AHIABGA Show Profile

The AHIABGATV Network self-empowers Citizen Journalists, Media Ambassadors and Celebrity Influencers to identify and promote Grassroots, Humanitarian and Social Enterprise Projects and Programming that impact on blogs, vlogs, podcasts, streaming and broadcasts about one or more of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through the New World Network media family (www.nwnlive.net), respectful of human rights, the environment, labor and transparency/anti-corruption principles.

 The 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) to transform our world for all people, including those with differently abled and unmet needs, to leave no one behind, during this Decade to Deliver Action on the SDGs:

  •  GOAL 1: No Poverty
  • GOAL 2: Zero Hunger
  • GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being
  • GOAL 4: Quality Education
  • GOAL 5: Gender Equality
  • GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation
  • GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy
  • GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
  • GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
  • GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality
  • GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production
  • GOAL 13: Climate Action
  • GOAL 14: Life Below Water
  • GOAL 15: Life on Land
  • GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
  • GOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal

 https://www.un.org/development/desa/disabilities/envision2030.html

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ACTIVITIES CALENDAR      –

  1. ARTS IN FOCUS
  2. BODY ACTIVE
  3. HOW THE RENT GETS PAID
  4. LEARNING MINDS
  5. NEW, SMALL, HOME-BASED & INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS NEWS
  6. ON THE AIR, IN THE AIR
  7. OPINIONS, COMMENTS, QUESTIONS
  8. PERSONALIZED PEN PALS
  9. POLITICS, TECHNOLOGY & THE HUMANITIES
  10. SPIRITUAL ESSENTIALS
  11. STUDENT SPOTLIGHT
  12. WOMEN’S WORLD

ARTS IN FOCUS: Information, interviews, and exhibits by artists in all categories: writing, fine art, photography, dance, theater, etc; art instruction, seminars, shows, classes, and demonstrations.

BODY ACTIVE: Health, recreation and fitness; recipes, nutri­ tional and dieting guidelines; exercises, mas­ sage techniques, acupuncture, meditation and stress relief tips; aging intelligently; modeling, fashion, grooming products and programs;

HOW THE RENT GETS PAID: Home budgeting and economics; home-based business opportunities for individuals, families and neighborhoods; identifying profit-oriented resources in the home, at work, and in the local community; part-time income for youth groups, senior citizen services; offender rehabilitation projects; housing purchase, remodeling, refinancing and sale; event promotions, membership drives, grants and other capital sources for churches and non­ profit organizations; venture funding and expansion capital for businesses.

LEARNING MINDS: A sharing of interesting and valuable informa­tion, methods, techniques to help ourselves and others, to learn; book reviews; articles and programs about surviving in the world, today and from now, onward; seminars; lectures; discussions; part-time and full-time vocational and academic courses & classes; job preparation, training and opportunities; multi-ethnic cultures, customs, traditions, etc.; tutoring, computer classes, etc.

NEW, SMALL, HOME-BASED and INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS NEWS: Descriptions of the values and applications of business communications equipment and instruments; profiles of business owners; sales and media representatives in America and abroad; franchise, distributor, wholesale, jobber, retail and multi-level marketing products and programs; multi-lingual promotions; support services.

ON THE AIR, IN THE AIR: Profiles of media staff, talent and representatives: newspaper, magazine, directory, radio, television, motion picture, satellite, video and other media; descriptions of activities involved with each kind of medium; commentary, program listings and audience reviews.

OPINIONS, COMMENTS and QUESTIONS: An open forum for you to express views and curiosity about politics, sports, religion, business, education,  the arts,  science, human relationships, fashion and any other topic.

POLITICS, TECHNOLOGY, the ENVIRONMENT and HUMANITIES: Discussions of environmental, social, political, economic, scientific and technological activities that have, do, and will affect life on Earth. The similarities and differences between children and adults, males and females, races and cultures, law and crime, health and disease, life and death.

SPIRITUAL ESSENTIALS: A non-denominational spiritual interfaith format for church announcements and community outreach programs. 

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Schools, educators, students and alumni who have contributed to improved community, national and/or international conditions or rela­tions; news about educational funding, cour­ses, seminars, classes, sororities, fraternities.

PERSONALIZED PEN PALS: Meet New Friends: All Cultures, All Adult Ages, All Faiths Welcome

WOMEN’S WORLD: Issues that affect womanhood, motherhood, and individual women; stress, sexuality, growth and development, double standards, childbirth; coping with your children, infants, adolescents, young adults, and others; AIDS: abortion and anti-abortion issues; comparable worth and comparable pay; career/family dilemmas, NOW and the women’s movement.

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