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TMU’s Social Participation to SDGs

This video introduce TMU's Social Participation to SDGs.

Professor will explain the efforts and initiatives of Taipei Medical University (TMU) to address various Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including SDG-2 (zero hunger), SDG-3 (good health and well-being), SDG-6 (clean water and sanitation), SDG-13 (climate action), SDG-14 (life below water), and SDG-15 (life on land).

TMU also encourages social participation, with teachers and students actively engaging in community service projects. The “Foods beyond Health” project is one such initiative that promotes a balanced diet incorporating local ingredients and indigenous food culture to improve health and nutrition, while TMU students volunteer to clean up Fulong Beach to raise awareness of environmental protection.

What do you think about this “Foods beyond Health” project? Have you heard of other social events in response to SDG? Are you willing to participate in these events?

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Sustainable Development in Health and Ecology

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