The  Global Goals:

A societal evolution


Since 2019 Miriam has been working for the Sustainable Development Goals #3 (Health) and #4  (Education) - in particular with The World Health Innovation Summit, an Expert platform on SDG 3 for Health and Wellbeing working closely with the UNGSII Foundation.

WHIS is a preventative healthcare platform for over 7 billion people and empowers people to improve their health and wellbeing by facilitating community engagement.

Health For All
Create new meaningful jobs
Improve people’s health and wellbeing while supporting our health service
UN sustainable development goals (SDGs)
Global project SDG Cities 25+5

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WHIS are partners with the UNGSII Foundation whose mission is to assist and accelerate the SDG implementation process and ensure the world reaches its goal, at the latest by 2030.

THE U.N.G.S.I.I. FOUNDATION
The idea of the Global Sustainability Index Institute (UNGSII) supporting the implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) springs from the belief shared by United Nations officials, senior business leaders, and NGOs that a transparent, academically driven index is needed to rank companies and countries on their sustainability practices. If you like to learn more about #UNGSII, please click here.



Photo below: Participating at the World Economic Forum, WEF - Sustainable Development Goals Conference by the U.N. SDG Champions Platform (2020)

The Global Goals, 

Global Health Delivery & 

Good Health SDG3

True abundance comes from connection. The inspiring cohort at Harvard University at the intensive program 2018 in Global Health Delivery summed up 10 years of GHDI. It has been a growing group and program by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard Business School, and Harvard Medical School, in an effort to create an interdisciplinary skill set that will improve how we build health care. Miriam has been profoundly impressed by the determination and mutual understanding that they as a group of over 27 nationalities shared.
This network offers wholehearted and committed leaders who have been changing our health delivery systems, nationally and globally, with dedication and passion that is of rare humanistic nature - among them representatives of Partners in Health, Seed Global Health, Abundance Foundation, and many more. As a global citizen, she feels inspired to be part of this growing network that is creating brighter healthcare.
From a futurist perspective, she understands Global Health also as groundwork for health systems that we will continue not only on our planet Earth.


Photo below: Participating in the 2018 Class of Global Health Delivery Intensive Program,  Harvard University, Cambridge/Boston, USA