Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.
This goal aims to reduce global maternal mortality, prevent communicable and non-communicable diseases, and strengthen the prevention and treatment of substance abuse. This goal is closely related to our daily life and it reflects our attitudes to personal hygiene and physical and psychological well-being. It is also related to the new personal hygiene rules related to the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic which has a great impact on our daily hygiene routines.
Daily personal behaviour is very important in order to enable and encourage learners to become active agents in the promotion and taking care of their well-being. Although personal hygiene is very important, it is necessary to also consider proper nutrition, daily habits and ways in which we promote healthy lifestyles. Taking care of your health also includes maintaining work rhythm in coordination with the natural sleep cycle.
In connection with this project, we can summarise this SDG in three main competencies which are essential especially for young people in our society: daily hygiene and healthy habits, safe driving, responsible sexual behaviour. The students should know and promote physical well-being and also understand the status of mental health and recognise the limits of daily life related to mental health. They should also promote safe driving, which is a very important skill that all young people should obtain. Finally, it is important to acknowledge the capacity to promote and adopt responsible sexual habits.