The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals are part of a 17 point plan to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all by 2030. 

Key to achieving this monumental task is providing universal access to mobile internet. Here’s how.

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No Poverty

Mobile connectivity will help bridge the economic divide by delivering far greater access to financial services and economic opportunities for those who need it most.

Zero Hunger

Mobile internet enables interoperable farming solutions that will improve efficiency for smallholder farmers, as well as providing them with a platform to sell their produce.

Good Health and Well-Being

Connectivity expands access to healthcare and information, and facilitates smarter medical solutions, including the Internet of Life Saving Things.

Quality Education

With access to online resources, seminars and lessons, education will be able to reach even the most disconnected.

Gender Equality

Female empowerment can be expedited through improved access to information, services and job opportunities.

Clean Water and Sanitation

Mobile technology enables, amongst other benefits, intelligent water management solutions to reduce water wastage, and smart metering.

Affordable and Clean Energy

Affordable and Clean Energy
Improved connectivity and data sharing creates the capacity for more sustainable, smarter energy management systems, and the development of off-net energy grids and mobile payment systems.

Decent Work and Economic Growth

Decent Work and Economic Growth
The mobile industry stimulates economic growth and innovation, and internet access allows people to create their own online businesses and discover work opportunities.

Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
With infrastructure in remote regions, disadvantaged communities can connect to the rest of the world and build business by owning their own World Mobile network infrastructure.

Reduced Inequalities

With widespread access to mobile spread across communities and socio-economic boundaries, societal and financial inclusion will be increased.

Sustainable Cities and Communities

Enabling IoT connections between key services and consumers promotes conscious consumerism, facilitating sustainability.

Responsible Consumption and Production

Mobile connectivity eases cross-industry collaboration and innovation to reduce the impact of industrial activity on the environment.

Climate Action

Machine to machine (M2M) monitoring improves data collection, and sharing with IT systems will help boost sustainability efforts.

Life Below Water

Machine to machine (M2M) monitoring improves data collection and sharing with IT systems to boost sustainability efforts.

Life On Land

Mobile solutions will ease the integration of ecosystem and biodiversity systems into both local and national planning agendas.

Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Granting access in remote communities to governments and institutions gives citizens the ability to connect with justice services and information.

Partnerships for the Goals

Providing secure and cost-effective solutions to connectivity issues will empower global partnerships, and act as a conduit to further bolster the achievement of these goals.

Community Fund

5% of our revenue is reserved to build infrastructure and provide connectivity to remote areas of developing nations.

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For the UN’s goals to be achieved, we all have to work together. That means governments, the private sector, civil society and people just like you.

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