‘SDG One Stop Destination’ experience at Hornbill Festival 2023

Kohima, November 28 (MExN): The SDG Coordination Centre (SDGCC), under the Department of Planning & Transformation, Government of Nagaland, will host the third edition of the ‘SDG One Stop Destination’, an immersive experience designed on how SDGs are linked with Naga culture and heritage.

The ‘SDG One Stop Destination’ has invited all festival attendees to partake in an array of innovative and engaging activities that will make the SDGs more accessible and relatable to everyone and connect to our Naga heritage and culture. 

The ‘SDG One Stop Destination’ at the Hornbill Festival 2023 will start at 10:00 am onwards and the location is near Food Park, Kisama Heritage Village. It is free for all visitors to the Hornbill Festival 2023.

According to a DIPR report, this year’s opening of the ‘SDG One Stop Destination’ pavilion will be graced by Isabelle Tschan, Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on December 1 in the presence of other dignitaries.

“Additionally, on December 2, the programme also includes the participation of students from Cherry Blossoms Kohima, a school which supports children with disabilities highlighting the emphasis that there is no sustainable development without fostering empowerment and inclusivity for all,” it stated.

A preview of the experiences:
•    SDG Information Desk: Explore an array of resources and information on the SDGs in the context of Nagaland. Our experts are here to answer your questions and guide you through the world of sustainable development.
•    SDG Pledge: Take a meaningful pledge to champion the SDGs and become a catalyst force for positive change. Your commitment matters.
•    SDG Quiz: Challenge your knowledge and win exciting prizes in a fun and informative SDG quiz.
•    SDG Games: Engage in interactive indigenous games that teach the significance of sustainability while having a great time.
•    SDG Videos Screening: Watch captivating short videos on SDGs in Nagaland showcasing the real stories of SDG champions. 
•    SDG Photo Booth: Capture your commitment to the SDGs uniquely and memorably. Share your photos and stories on social media to inspire others.
•    SDG Mascot: Meet our lively SDG mascot, a symbol of hope and change, as it roams the festival grounds, spreading awareness and joy.
•    Live Streaming: Immerse yourself in the festival’s main arena through our live stream, all while you revel in the engaging activities of the ‘SDG One Stop Destination.’

For further information, contact: sdgnagaland@gmail.com or social media handles @sdgccnagaland