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International Sustainable Development

In the complex world of international sustainable development, it is vital to take an holistic view to ensure the best possible outcomes that align fully with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ensuring responsible interaction and partnerships with communities.

SD21's experienced consultants can advise on a wide variety of issues:

  • Charity/not-for-profit strategic reviews and planning

  • Regional and sub-regional strategies

  • Local engagement/collaboration

  • Capacity-building 

  • Peer review and independent reporting 

  • CSR/sustainable development strategy/planning 

  • Marketing strategy

  • Integrated economic development

  • Available for consulting/contract/trustee/non-executive roles

Sarah Daly

Sarah has been involved in sustainable development for 20 years and international development since 2010. She is a fully qualified marketing and business consultant with an MSc Sustainable Development and extensive economic regeneration experience.

Sarah is passionate about fully integrated solutions that lessen the reliance on charity and increase community ownership of locally-driven solutions. To that end her approach is about connectivity, enablement, collaboration and partnership to avoid replication of services, and curated with a long-term vision.

Sarah is effective at establishing high-level connections and mobilising action at local, regional, national and international levels.

 

Sarah Daly is a Sustainable Development Strategist at SD21 – Sustainable Development for the 21st Century

Sarah Daly

Dr Nancy Mudenyo Hunt
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Nancy has worked in international development since 2001, with a great understanding of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) creating community projects in western Kenya and Tanzania East Africa.

Nancy envisions a world in which every child is educated, protected, respected, valued and grows up to turn the tide of poverty. Poverty is the greatest barrier to accessing an education in the communities where we work. Enabling children to go to school and gain an education is one of the best ways to help them secure a better future for themselves, raise families out of poverty, accelerate economic development, become future leaders and help their communities deal with global changes as well as addressing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Nancy has developed models that empower communities as a starting point for social change, helping unlock leadership potentials which create a multiplier effect and deliver sustainable and scalable ways of addressing the world’s problems with the urgency required.

Experienced Key Note speaker at international events and conferences. (University graduation ceremonies, Prize Giving, clubs and networking groups).

Nancy is the Founder and CEO at The Nasio Trust and winner of UK Most Inspirational Woman NatWest Venus Award 2015  

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