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DRAFT

UN SDG Targets 1.1 and 1.2 and TAP #41

Eradicate all poverty: Ensure everyone is provided has all the necessities of life, a guaranteed income and the wherewithal to become self-sufficient

(Updated April 26, 2017)

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41.1   Introduction


This document outlines the Actions required to ensure that as rapidly as possible everyone first has the basic necessities of life (food, water, shelter, clothing, healthcare and security) and then has all the needs and necessities to have a decent life and the wherewithal to become self-sufficient. This plan is being implemented in coordination with the Plan to Implement UN SDGs TAPS Using the Universal Strategic Plan for a Permanently Peaceful, Prosperous, Just, Sustainable World described at www.PeopleNow.org



TABLE OF CONTENTS


 

41.1 Introduction

 

41.2Purpose

 

41.3Objectives

 

41.4Actions

 

41.5 Background

 

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41.2  Purpose


The purpose of this document is to implement Target 1.1 and 1.2, which outlines Individual Actions (IA) to permanently eradicate poverty for all people everywhere, including refugees, prisoners, etc., as rapidly as possible, and rapidly ensure everyone in the world has all the necessities and needs of life until they are self-sufficient.

 

41.3  Objectives

 

41.3.1    The objectives of this plan is to implement UN SDG:

 

41.3.1.1 Target 1.1 Immediately eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, currently measured as people living on less than $1.25 a day,

 

41.3.1.2 Target 1.2 Urgently eliminate poverty of all men, women and children of all ages living in poverty in all its dimensions according to national definitions

 

41.3.1.3 Target 1.3 Quickly implement nationally appropriate social protection systems and measures for all, including floors, and as rapidly as possible achieve complete coverage of the poor and the vulnerable

 

41.4  Actions.

 

41.4.1    Identify the following the below needs and necessities of life:

 

41.4.1.1 WhoWhere (address to include nine digit zip code(s), when and what needs necessities of life and everything required to become self-sufficient (expertise, food, water, materials, etc.) are required and location where each will come from

 

41.4.1.2 Funding and donation sources

 

41.4.2    Needs and necessities of life and everything required to become self-sufficient

 

41.4.2.1 TAP2 End hunger and ensure access by all people to safe, nutritious and sufficient food

 

41.4.2.2 TAP42 Provide universal and equitable access to safe drinking water for all as rapidly as possible

 

41.4.2.3 TAP6 Ensure Decent Affordable Accessible, Resilient, Sustainable Housing for All Including Building on Public Land Where Possible

 

41.4.2.4 TAP43 Provide adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all and end open defecation, paying special attention to the needs of women and girls and those in vulnerable situations

 

41.4.2.5 TAP 3 Provide100% publicly supported, comprehensive, universal quality healthcare and quality medicines and vaccines for all

 

41.4.2.6 TAP44 Ensure universal access to affordable, reliable and modern energy services and increase substantially the share of renewable energyTAP 5 Provide Publicly-Financed, Quality Child Care, Pre-K Through a College Education and Vocational, Job Readiness and Literacy Training for All for Life

 

41.4.2.7 TAP 7 Provide safe, affordable, accessible and sustainable transport systems for all and build a comprehensive, nationwide, rail based/maglev transportation system integrated with local systems

 

41.4.2.8 TAP 10 Provide Publicly Supported Universal, Internet Access for Everyone

 

41.4.2.9 TAP 9 Repair, Modernize and Expand United States Infrastructure to Endure Climate Change and Accommodate Future Generations

 

41.4.2.10    TAP Safe and Secure Neighborhoods    

 

41.4.3    Obtain and ship to where required needs and necessities of life and everything needed to become self-sufficient to where required

 

41.4.4    With local people doing most of the work using extensive surge donations of expertise, food, materials, arable land and up-front funding from governments, individual corporations and NGOs as well as the nine digit zip-code locations of the individual(s) in need and what is needed and the nine digit zip-code location of individuals or organizations providing and delivering specific needs. Using this model we can provide/ produce all the needs and necessities of life for everyone by implementing the following Targets and TAPs until the people are self sufficient:

 

41.4.4.1 Plant vegetables, beans, rice, fruits, berries, herbs, peanuts, bushes, vines, trees, foliage, etc. (This will both provide nutritious food and decrease atmospheric carbon dioxide)

 

41.4.4.2 Install solar panels, windmills, insulation, energy efficient appliance, train/maglev transport systems, repair and modernize infrastructure etc.

 

41.4.5    Reduce and ultimately end the need for fossil fuels


This would initially require roughly $7 billion per month of donations and up front surge funding in the U.S. and roughly $1.2 trillion worldwide. The faster the funds and donations are provided the faster individuals will become self sufficient and the less the total cost will be.


As these Target Action Plans (TAPs) are implemented, within a few months everyone will become self-sufficient and within a few years global warming will be mitigated and as George Soros said this will “be far more effective than spending the same amount over several years.”

 

41.5   Background