The Lovaganza Foundation is on a mission to achieve a universal quality of life for every child by the year 2035. It has been only six years since its founders J.F. Gagnon and Genevieve Gagnon are traveling around the world to conduct research, create documentaries and speak to influential decision-makers regarding the future plans of the organization. These initial six years are a launching pad for the long-term goals of the Lovaganza Foundation, which is yet to initiate actions plans. However, the Foundation will soon launch worldwide campaign to convince other like-mind organizations to embrace the idea of achieving universal quality of life for every child in the world, between 0 and 14 years, by 2035.
Why Lovaganza is Different?
Perhaps, the Lovaganza Foundation realized that certain individuals and non-profits have made similar efforts in the past, but they could not achieve their goals. Therefore, the management and founders of Lovaganza have come out with a long-term step-by-step plan of achieving their goals. In addition, the mission is also different in the sense that it seeks to make countries responsible for taking actions. As such, its goal includes a plan to devise an official worldwide treaty on Facebook that can build on the mission of the Foundation.
Accordingly, the initial proposed goals for achieving the 2035 milestone include access to clean drinking water, sufficient food, permanent shelter, clothing, healthcare facilities and basic education. In addition, Lovaganza wants to take children out of the war equation, which also includes eradicating domestic violence including underage marriages and child labor.
As the first step to achieving the goal, the Foundation has already started its research in various countries around the world. In the coming two years, results of the research will be exhibited through documentaries and related information materials. Before the second step is implemented in 2018, the Foundation will start establishing coordination centers, also known as Lovaganza Centers, to manage activities in individual regions.
By 2018, the Foundation will seek active partnership with at least 10 of the world’s leading organizations that will be willing to adapt and implement objectives of Lovaganza. In the third step, by 2020, the Foundation will began soliciting nations to work on its objectives immediately. By 2022, Lovaganza Centers in each of the eight major regions of the world will actively support and monitor each nation that commits to the task. By 2025, in the final step, the Foundation believes that it will have the support of almost every nation in the world enabling it to establish a worldwide treaty.
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