Contributing to the Global Goals for a Better World


Contributing to the Global Goals for a Better World


Following are a few ways in which Hebrew University is working towards meeting the SDGs and ensuring a better world for us all:


SDG 2: Zero Hunger: The Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, with its vital research and teaching activities in the areas of knowledge-driven agriculture, nutrition, food security, and food safety, contributes to ensuring more and higher quality food for a growing world population with minimal harm to our natural resources.


SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being: The Hebrew University-Hadassah Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine has trained hundreds of students from developing countries to improve healthcare in their communities.


SDG 11: Sustainable Communities: The Glocal International Development master’s program trains leaders to generate holistic solutions to the chronic problems faced by the world’s marginalized populations.


Watch an inspiring video clip highlighting some of our students and their contributions to a better world