Performs courses, workshops, measurement and management of the impact for the SDGs

View Counts (405) |16 Mar, 2023 | Return|

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) and Fundación Popular, within the framework of the Chair of Sustainability “Alejandro E. Grullón E.” They held a series of impact measurement and management workshops for the SDGs on November 29 and 30 at the Sto. Dgo, and on December 2, at the Santiago campus of this current year.

Taught by Belissa Rojas, SDG Impact specialist.

Related

They give a panel on long-term low-emission development strategies

They give a panel on long-term low-emission development strategies

See Video. See DocumentSanto Domingo, Rep. Dom. – With the coordination of the "Alej...

View More
INESDYC and PUCMM graduate first cohort Diploma in Negotiation and Climate Diplomacy

INESDYC and PUCMM graduate first cohort Diploma in Negotiation and Climate Diplomacy

Santo Domingo, RD. - The Institute of Higher Education in Diplomatic and Consular Training (INESDYC)...

View More
Specialists propose financing solutions for sustainable development and the 2030 Agenda

Specialists propose financing solutions for sustainable development and the 2030 Agenda

See Document See videoSanto Domingo. – Identifying financing options to meet the Sustainable D...

View More
Dialogue on CSR: Corporate volunteering in times of Covid-19

Dialogue on CSR: Corporate volunteering in times of Covid-19

See video  See documentThe Chair of Sustainability "Alejandro E. Grullón E.&qu...

View More
Concludes diploma course on resilient communities

Concludes diploma course on resilient communities

Santo Domingo, R.D.-  The Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability "Ale...

View More
Analizan modelos exitosos de responsabilidad social empresarial

Analizan modelos exitosos de responsabilidad social empresarial

Santo Domingo, R.D.- La Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra y la Fundaci&oac...

View More
Search
Archive