In the last decade, the young model Down syndrome, Talila Zapada has left her legacy in the catwalks. Appointed ambassador to Moga’s College of Learning and Integrated Education Development (CADEI), his work has now been extended to the humanitarian and community sectors.
Zapada, modeled on local and international catwalks, is an example of the inclusion of historically marginalized communities. Through his appointment, Zapata will collaborate with CADEI on activities to promote sustainable development goals and advance the United Nations 2030 Agenda. Christian Bacon Cologne, chairman of the CADEI Board of Directors, made the revelation during a Puerto Rican celebration at the academy’s facility.
With the slogan “From Puerto Rico to the World” and with the name of Zapada, CADEI also became the first educational institution in Puerto Rico to adopt and integrate the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into its curriculum. (He-she-it), Dr. Carlos A., Founder and Managing Director of CADEI. Said Vail Cologne.
Under the guidance of Víctor M. Rivera Rivera, Coordinator of SDGs at CADEI, the company plans to coordinate the objectives of the 2030 Agenda and related activities. With STGs, in: Collaboration with the Pablo Castles Foundation in Puerto Rico, in partnership with schools in Puerto Rico, Washington DC, New York, and Boston.
Founded in 2015, The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) form a global call to end poverty, protect the planet, eliminate inequality and improve the lives of people around the world.
“At CADEI, we connect with the international community of countries from education to improve our students’ vision of the world, which is shaped by the UN philosophy and the Sustainable Development Goals for the 2030 Agenda,” said Vale Golen.
For his part, Ricardo Arzuaga Chaves, Managing Director of UNA-USA PR, praised CADEI’s initiative, which has become the first educational institution in Puerto Rico to implement multiple Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in an integrated way. Arzuaga made the remarks during a meeting with CADEI executives.
During the celebration of Puerto Rico, CADEI students presented a brief overview of the 17 objectives, held a ceremony to pay homage to the flags, and presented exhibitions of pavilions representing Puerto Rico and the continents of the world.
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