3. Good Health and Well-being: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.

Universities can actively contribute to the SDG 3, “Good Health and Well-being,” by pursuing a range of initiatives. They can offer comprehensive health education programs that promote physical and mental well-being among students and staff. These programs can include fitness classes, mental health resources, and health promotion campaigns. Additionally, universities can conduct research on public health issues, leading to the development of innovative healthcare solutions and policies. By training healthcare professionals and medical researchers, universities play a critical role in strengthening healthcare systems and improving healthcare delivery. Furthermore, universities can engage in community health outreach, providing medical services, and health education to underserved communities. By integrating a holistic approach to health and well-being within their campuses and extending their expertise to the broader community, universities can contribute significantly to achieving the goal of ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all, regardless of age.

YU actions supporting SDG 3

Sport & Entertainment

The University encourages students, faculty and staff to pursue and attain a healthy lifestyle by integrating body and mind through recreation and sporting