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SDG 4 : Quality Education 

WorldClass – 50 million futures prepared for a world of opportunity: WorldClass is Deloitte’s bold ambition to have a positive impact on 50 million futures by 2030. We have committed ourselves to developing the workforce of the future by expanding access to education and career-building opportunities.

 

SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities 

To enable the development and retention of women to reach leadership positions, Deloitte has introduced gender targets in three talent areas: representation, recruitment and promotions.DRAW supports the growth and development of high performance and high potential women through agile working policies, mentorship sponsorship, networking, trainings, facilitation, representation in external conferences and market eminence.

Deloitte ME was the first to admit women as partners, the first to elect a woman to the Board of Directors and Executive Committee. Rana Salhab, talent and communications partner and leader of DRAW, was recognized for two years in a row on the Global Champions of Women in Business list by the Financial Times and HERoes.

 

SDG 17 : Partnerships for the Goals 

Deloitte collaborates with, and supports, select NGOs whose goals align with SDGs.

Such as providing the e-learning software for its Digital Youth Program, Deloitte collaborates with a global non-profit foundation. dedicated to learning on the Internet for children aged 5 to 12 year. Deloitte also collaborates with a regional shipping company to source laptops from around the ME.

 

 

Working on the goals below