Help this fellowship dedicated to SDG’s to set up a global networking policy to further support and empower local communities.

The Project

The Project

Have you always wanted to leave your footprint in a most positive way?
Are you a supporter of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
Do you dream of contributing to the promotion of the SDGs and make a splendid start of your professional career?

If so, you have found a perfect chance to do what you were looking for.

The COMMEET Fellowship is a young organisation promoting the UN SDGs. The Fellowship consists of 53 experts (in various fields) from across the world. The SDGs can only be achieved if they are taken up at the grassroot level, and not just promoted by governments and international organisations. People in the communities themselves are essential to realise the SDGs.
COMMEET invites local communities anywhere in the world to take the responsibility for their future into their own hands and start to improve their own livelihoods.

To achieve this, COMMEET is developing a strategy of Community Empowerment, enabling communities to sustainably empower themselves for a successful future.

For a successful campaign towards Community Empowerment COMMEET needs to become a global networking organisation, connecting all relevant people and organisations that work on Sustainable Regional Development. Our name, goals and strategy need to be communicated in communities all over the world, and in the relevant international organisations. We need to develop a Networking Policy that can easily be understood by our Fellows and be executed by our Networking Team. Moreover, we want this networking policy to be tested and tried out in practice, to check its effectiveness. The networking policy needs to result in a manual that can be used throughout our organisation to ensure that all Fellows act according to its rules and regulations.

We need your help to answer questions like:

  • What types of national and international partners is COMMEET looking for?
  • What sort of cooperation agreements had COMMEET use best?
  • How can COMMEET convince potential partners to cooperate?

Desired outcomes of the project are:

  • A clear Networking Policy document, including how possible partners can be identified, plus
  • an overview of potential COMMEET partners across the world with details about possible cooperation agreements,
  • which together should establish a firm basis for COMMEET to spread its mission, vision and products across the world.

We are a small organisation, but we can guarantee that your help will definitely make an impact, is relevant and will be implemented. Join our fellowship this year!


In this project, the focus is on “creating something new”

The Client

The Client

The COMMEET Fellowship is an international organisation, established to support and promote the realisation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030. COMMEET’s mission is to do so by empowering local communities to take the responsibility for their future into their own hands. This so-called Community Empowerment can be enhanced by enabling communities to start projects and improvement activities to achieve one or more SDGs. To this aim COMMEET develops Toolkits, to enable communities to tackle issues they may be facing by themselves. Moreover, COMMEET provides databases with Good Practices that can inspire and invite to learn from. Finally, COMMEET can also help find coaches to guide local processes, and find financial assistance.

Co-Creator Client

This client might join the team for brainstorm sessions, meetings and preparatory sessions. The co-creator client is more actively involved in/during the project execution.