Our journey to #BuildFor2030 together
As a partner to the United Nations, we’ve pledged to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)—a set of 17 initiatives adopted by member states in 2015 focused on impacting the world for good by 2030.
To help accelerate progress towards these SDGs, earlier this year we launched the #BuildFor2030 campaign. This campaign highlights Microsoft partners whose technology solutions align with the SDGs, bringing us all a step closer to powering a more inclusive economy.
Looking back on our first year of #BuildFor2030
We thank and celebrate partners who participated in the first year of our #BuildFor2030 campaign. We are proud of our collective work promoting and furthering many of the SDGs.
Partner spotlight: Co-founded by Carol Grow, COO, LawToolBox delivers modern solutions for legal professionals in Microsoft Office 365 by using smart scheduling to help reduce risk and increase productivity. By calculating and calendaring complex court deadlines directly in Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Teams, the LawToolBox solution helps customers easily and methodically manage litigation and compliance deadlines with confidence. Read more about this partnership.
We recognized partners using Microsoft technology to empower people with disabilities on Global Accessibility Awareness Day in support of SDG 8: Full and productive employment and decent work for all.
Partner spotlight: ClearPeople built an inclusive and accessible digital workspace on Microsoft 365 for CBM’s remote and global workforce. This enabled CBM, the leading organization for disability inclusive development, to continue their vital, life-changing work in the poorest communities of the world. Read more about this partnership.
Partner spotlight: Assura partnered with OSACO Group to build a fit-for-purpose electronic case file management system to safeguard organizations from human risk factors (ranging from fraud and financial crime to sexual exploitation, abuse, and corruption) that can impact integrity and reputation. Read more about this partnership.
We recognized partners supporting our first responders and healthcare workers and institutions while celebrating the UN General Assembly’s historic 75th session.
Partner spotlight: The COSUP project operates 17 drug treatment centers in South Africa, but there was concern that patient numbers would fall due to issues related to COVID-19. Phulukisa Health Solutions designed a COVID-19 screening solution to rebuild trust between patients and healthcare workers, which has enabled the COSUP project to continue serving patients and improving lives in the communities they serve. Read more about this partnership.
Partner spotlight: Breeze Technologies has been working to track air quality in sustainable ways, present air quality data transparently to the public, and advise customers on making lasting improvements to air quality. They deploy state-of-the-art sensors to measure major pollutants in the air and use Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform to collect and evaluate data. Read more about this partnership.
We’re excited about the breadth of solutions we’ve been able to showcase in support of the SDGs in the first year of our #BuildFor2030 campaign and hope the solutions we’ve featured help inspire more partners to build for impact.
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We look forward to showcasing more solutions that help us move toward a more inclusive, sustainable, and equitable future. Let’s #BuildFor2030 together.