As a University, AUMP is actively contributing for the achievement of UN SDGs by 2030. We have revamped and aligned our programmes and curriculum in line with UN SDGs. Our mission to create knowledge and awareness towards 17 SDGs through our teaching learning is built on one of the targets of the Sustainable Development Goal on education SDG 4 (Quality Education) and it is considered a driver for the achievements of all 17 SDGs. The social outreach programmes undertaken in the last 5 years are also supporting us in the achievement of SDG goals for Good Health & Well Being (SDG 3), Zero Hunger (SDG 2), Clean Water and Sanitation (SDG 6), Sustainable Cities & Communities (SDG 11) and Responsible Consumption and Production (SDG 12).

Our conscious attempt to create a fair, equitable and innovation driven decent work environment for all our staff and students also contributed to achieve our goals for Gender Equality (SDG 5), Decent Work and Economic Growth (SDG 8) and Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure (SDG 9).

Together with the continued support of our stakeholders, we are moving in the direction of our vision for 2030 for a sustainable future.

SDG - 3 Good Health and Well Being

Ensuring healthy lives and promoting the well-being at all ages is essential to sustainable development. It is an urgent need how universities are dealing with the specific conditions and address many different persistent and emerging health issues and support their community. By providing more efficient health system, improved sanitation and hygiene and assess of physicians and more tips that can be help to save the lives.

SDG - 4 Quality Education

To provide quality education is an area where universities can excel. Universities can access their facilities to support for lifelong learning and their nation through quality education. To improving quality of life, access to inclusive education can help local community with required tools to develop innovative solutions of their problems. Quality education is a key factor of partnership around the goals.

SDG - 5 Gender Equality

Gender equality is a fundamental human right and foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world. To provide equal access of education for women and girls is a key part of delivering gender equality. Universities are providing access and supporting women and girls for their academic progression. Women and girls continue to suffer discrimination and violence in every part of the world. Universities have a wider role to drive forward gender quality in their communities.

SDG - 8 Decent Work and Economic Growth

Decent working conditions and job opportunities are required for the whole working age population to stimulate economy. Decent work is a vital component of helping people out of poverty, reducing hunger and increasing health. Universities as employers can lead the way, as teachers can educate for the future and as innovators can develop new and fairer ways of working.

SDG - 17 Partnership for Goals

How universities support the SDGs through collaboration with other institutions, governments, NGOs, companies and people by the promotion of best practices and the publication of data and evidence. Without working all collaborative partnerships together towards SDGs, they cannot be achieved. Everyone needs to come together, governments, civil society, scientists, academia and the private sector, to achieve the sustainable development goals.