SDG 3 – Good Health and Well Being

“Ensuring healthy lives and promoting the well-being at all ages is essential to sustainable development.” (UN Sustainable Goals, SDG 3)

Despite the significant progresses and milestones achieved in the last decades, many more efforts are needed to fully eradicate a wide range of diseases and address many different persistent and emerging health issues. By focusing on providing more efficient funding of health systems, improved sanitation and hygiene, increased access to physicians and more tips on ways to reduce ambient pollution, significant progress can be made in helping to save the lives of millions.

In line with this objective, the Elsevier Foundation has launched a number of initiatives in collaboration with its partners. To know more about it, check out the articles below.

New report: Building capacity and equity in research and health, for an inclusive and sustainable future

Dive into the details of our work! Download our latest annual report to discover the full extent of the Elsevier ...

Winners of 4th annual Rising Black Scientists Awards announced

Cell Press, Cell Signaling Technology (CST), and the Elsevier Foundation are proud to announce the winners of the 4th annual Rising ...

Equitable care begins with an equitable start

How the Elsevier Foundation is helping Historically Black Colleges and Universities The Elsevier Foundation is committed to supporting nursing students through the ...

How the Elsevier Foundation is enabling women’s leadership to address global challenges

Annual report examines inclusion, climate action, and other Sustainable Development Goals Last month, Ylann Schemm, Executive Director of the Elsevier ...

Winners of 3rd annual Rising Black Scientists Awards announced, share aspirations for their science

$10,000 awards expanded to more scientific disciplines and publication in multiple Cell Press journals Amsterdam February 16, 2023 Cell Press, ...

‘Prestigious’ author rights go to men in health – studies

Women in health research find it more difficult to be published in scientific journals compared to men, according to recent ...

Research4Life – Celebrating 20 years of lifesaving research

Raharman Tamang, 20, was using a circular saw to cut a steel rod at a metal shop in Bhaktapur, Nepal, ...

Creating an inclusive research ecosystem for the Global South

At 20, Research4Life continues to evolve amid the rise in research from the Global South and the growth of open ...

Driving inclusive health and research through global partnerships

For its 15th anniversary, the Elsevier Foundation has added Race & Ethnicity partnerships to support STEM diversity and combat health ...

New Race & Ethnicity partnerships drive equality in research

Inequities in academic research are manifested in many different ways: from the low proportion of women who are tenured professors, ...
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