SDG Drives

Overview of Sustainable Development Goals


The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a comprehensive set of 17 global objectives established by the United Nations in 2015 as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. These goals aim to address the world’s most pressing challenges, including poverty, hunger, health, education, gender equality, clean water and sanitation, affordable and clean energy, economic growth, industry innovation, reduced inequalities, sustainable cities, responsible consumption, climate action, life below water, life on land, peace, justice, and strong institutions, and global partnerships. By promoting a balanced approach that integrates economic growth, social inclusion, and environmental protection, the SDGs provide a universal framework for achieving a more prosperous, equitable, and sustainable world for all by 2030.


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The idea


Revolving around the 17 sustainable development goals, TIDE is arranging year-long volunteer drives within educational institutions. The initiative aims to cultivate a culture of volunteering while fostering awareness of the SDGs among the youth. Over a span of 9 months, we are addressing 9 SDGs, conducting two drives per month. These drives are tailored to empower students to take leadership roles and be innovative in their approach, thereby strengthening their problem-solving skills. The SDGs covered under this drive are good health and well-being (SDG 03), Gender equality (SDG 05), Quality education (SDG 04), Clean water and sanitation (SDG 06), Affordable and clean energy (SDG 07), Sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11), responsible consumption and production (SDG 12), climate action (SDG 13), and life on land (SDG 15). The drives have been planned in a manner that they can take place under the leadership of campus ambassador and also by a volunteer on an independent level. Schools, colleges and corporations can participate by reaching us via emailing at




1. Spreading Awareness about SDGs: deepening understanding of SDGs and empowering students to disseminate this knowledge to others.

2. Leadership in students: developing essential leadership skills, and enhancing their ability to manage projects and guide effectively through hands-on experience.

3. Social responsibility: allowing individuals to grasp the importance of personal contributions to societal improvement.

4. Inclination towards fundamental duties: strengthening students’ connection to the community and their role within it.

5. Empathy: enabling individuals to cultivate empathy by actively engaging with diverse community needs and challenges.


Execution Plan


a) The SDG drives will be executed under the leadership of campus ambassador and its team which will include: –

1. Sponsorship Head

2. Logistics Head

3. Marketing Head

*Only applicable for college/university students.

The team will be required to plan, execute and document 18 sustainable development drives in a period of 9 months (July – March) under the guidance of TIDE.


Description Duration Frequency of drives per month
Implement drives on SDG 3, 4, and 5 twice a month July – September Twice
Implement drives on SDG 6, 7, and 11 twice a month October – December Twice
Implement drives on SDG 12, 13, and 15 twice a month January – March Twice


b) For volunteers who would like to execute the drive on an independent level can stay in contact with the campus ambassador and learn about the themes and dates of the drives.


How to register?


For campus ambassadors, school representatives, and independent volunteers

Register through the link mentioned below: –

For more info, download the detailed document

Download the Campus Ambassador Job Description document

Link to the padlet