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SDG 1: No Poverty

End poverty in all it’s forms everywhere

While extreme poverty has eased considerably since 1990, pockets of the worst forms of poverty persist. Ending poverty requires universal social protection systems aimed at safeguarding all individuals throughout the life cycle. It also requires targeted measures to reduce vulnerability to disasters and to address specific underserved geographic areas within each country.

See more information about this SDG at: https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdg1

Our projects on this SDG

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  • Operations Manager

    • Vacancy

    KIT has a vacancy for Operations Manager (36-40 hrs a week) in the Knowledge Institute. The Knowledge Institute (KI) has three primary impact areas: global health, economic development and gender equality. Within these three impact areas, there are individual teams that work on specific topics. Under global health, there are three teams including sexual and […]

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  • New Campus Director

    • News

    We are very pleased to announce that Michiel Leijenaar has joined KIT’s management team as Campus Director.  Michiel has worked within the wider cultural sector since 1999. He is in his element where culture, entrepreneurship and serving the public, partners and other stakeholders come together.  Michiel has a long-standing interest in sustainable development. As Chairman […]

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  • CEO Resigns

    • News

    The Supervisory Board of KIT regrets that CEO Henri van Eeghen has tendered his resignation. Over the past eighteen months, Henri has succeeded in putting KIT in a stronger position to pursue our mission for a more inclusive and sustainable world. We are very grateful for his dedicated efforts, which, among other things, have contributed […]

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  • Fundraiser gifts and legacies

    • Vacancy

    Do you want to make an impact that really counts? At KIT, we are passionate about transforming healthcare around the world. Our programs, including the prestigious Master in Public Health & Health Equity, attract health professionals from around the world to Amsterdam every year. But with the demise of the Nuffic OKP program, we need […]

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  • Senior Finance & Control employee

    • Vacancy

    As a Finance & Control employee (32-40 hours), you will play a crucial role in keeping our financial processes running efficiently. We care not only about your experience, but especially about your willingness to grow. With an informal work atmosphere, flexible working hours and plenty of room for personal and professional growth, you will have […]

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  • Vacancies: Two members of the Supervisory Board

    • Vacancy

    KIT is a knowledge institute, business location and hospitality venue with a mission: to contribute to aninclusive and sustainable world. From our campus in Amsterdam and through our global partnernetwork, we enable people and communities to bring about positive change. KIT Institute is an independent knowledge institute. The work of our experts focuses on global […]

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  • Fenomenal Funds Learning Partner

    • Institute
    • Project

    Fenomenal Funds (2019-2025) is a five-year feminist funder collaborative that aims to decolonize philanthropic spaces and shift power through pooled, flexible core funding for women’s funds globally. Fenomenal Funds have been working with close to 50 women’s funds from the Prospera International Network of Women’s Funds (INWF), using a shared governance model and participatory grant-making.   […]

  • Evaluation of the Decade For Strengthening Human Resources for Health (2015-2024) in the WHO South-East Asian Region

    • Institute
    • Project

    KIT Institute and Universitas Padjadjaran (UNPAD) conducted a formative evaluation, to learn from the achievements of the last ten years, and identify remaining issues for health workforce strengthening in the region.

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