Sustainable Development Goals/Projects
Wikiversity is a learning environment and provides the possiblity to share and build on knowledge. Share your humanitarian ideas for projects and document your "lessons learnt". Make cross-reference to other project with similar approaches.
Structure of SDG ProjectEdit
The abstract describes the basic idea of project.
Describe how your project is linked to specific SDGs (e.g. "in this project we focus on health service delivery in very remote areas"). Furthermore use categories for your project page as well to assign an SDG (e.g. SDG3) to your project. This helps other authors and readers to identify and find similar approaches and learn from them.
Learn from Failure and ErrorsEdit
Failure and Errors are often regarded as a negative fact and we like to report about successes. Nevertheless if errors and failure are not documented we may reproduce errors and failure all over again (see reproducibility).
Phases of Project and Time LineEdit
References / RationalsEdit
Add scientific references to your approach in project or propose a scientific assessment, that performs an analysis of the approach. These scientific references create trust that this approach in a project can be successfully replicated if specific local and regional requirements and constraints are considered (e.g.
"The project used the Living Lab approach facilitate user-driven innovation in a sustainable way. After finishing the project the build environment survived in the rural community for more than 5 years. The scientific results of Coetze et al. and Smit et al. provide the foundations for the project"
List of SDG ProjectsEdit
- Coetzee, H., Du Toit, I. M., & Herselman, M. (2012). Living Labs in South Africa: an analysis based on five case studies.
- Smit, D., Herselman, M., Eloff, J. H. P., Ngassam, E., Venter, E., Ntawanga, F., ... & Van Greunen, D. (2011, May). Formalising living labs to achieve organisational objectives in emerging economies. In IST-Africa Conference Proceedings, 2011 (pp. 1-7). IEEE.