On September 25, 2015, at the UN headquarters in New York, world leaders, including heads of state and government, adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which includes a list of 17 sustainable development goals aimed at eradicating poverty, aimed at combating inequality and injustice and combating climate change.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) program consists of 17 goals that aim to end poverty, conserve the planet’s resources and promote prosperity, democratic governance and peacebuilding. Each of them contains a set of indicators that must be achieved within 15 years, and this requires joint efforts from governments, civil society and business.

One of the Sustainable Development Goals is to ensure healthy lives and promote the well-being of all people of all ages as part of healthy nations.

A culture of health is a special part of a nation’s development. A healthy person lives longer and enjoys life more. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, regular visits to the doctor, systematic testing of sugar levels, cholesterol and other simple tests should become the norm in our society.

That is why the members of the “Connected Hearts” association promote a healthy lifestyle, proper nutrition and giving up bad habits as the basis of nations and the future of all humanity.