Sustainable Development : An Overview

Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” UN’s Common 1987. This is done by balancing social, economic, and environmental needs, which are considered the pillars of sustainability. Civil societies and the third sector specifically were given an important responsibility in delivering these goals, to act alongside governments in creating awareness and playing their part in the promotion of sustainable development.

How Talga is Involved

Civil societies and the third sector specifically delivers a crucial role in delivering sustainable development, to act alongside governments in creating awareness and playing their part.

The third sector is one of the main stakeholders to achieving a sustainable development ecosystem, and once that has been enabled, synergies will be created to form a unified framework connecting development implementer across diverse sectors, industries, and individuals from various backgrounds. Talga was founded to play a pivotal role in contributing to developing a long-lasting healthy ecosystem of sustainable development practices through the following:

Research & Studies

Study the developmental needs and cases across a community, with regards to social behaviors, to create an enhanced mechanism for designing effective programs and initiatives.

Development Recommendations & Advocacy

Work with various sectors and individuals, and draft reports and recommendations based on the data collected and community dialogues that Talga and our partners facilitate.

Program Designing and Implementation

Provide services such as program designing, and implementation of initiatives.

Initiatives & Outreach Programs

Building the capacity of organizations by suggesting initiatives and helping them design outreach programs that serves the community.

Knowledge Exchange

Build the capacities of talents to contribute to sustainability solutions through quality training programs.