The Google Solution Challenge Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is a global competition organized by Google in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The event invites university students around the world to propose solutions to address the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations.
Participants form teams and identify a specific problem related to one of the SDGs. They then develop a solution using technology, such as mobile applications, websites, or machine learning models, that can address the identified problem. Throughout the competition, participants receive mentorship and resources from Google and UNDP to refine their solutions and make them feasible.
The competition culminates with finalists presenting their solutions to a panel of judges, who will select the winners based on creativity, feasibility, and potential impact on the SDG. Winners receive funding and other resources to further develop their solutions and bring them to market.
The Google Solution Challenge Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is an opportunity for university students to gain hands-on experience in using technology to address real-world problems and contribute to achieving the SDGs. The competition also provides a platform for students to network with like-minded individuals and industry experts, and to showcase their skills and creativity to a global audience.