SDG 1. No Poverty - Student Groups


Enactus of Rutgers University
The Rutgers University Chapter of Enactus will use the principles of management and entrepreneurship to improve the quality of life and the standard of living of people in need.

Global Citizens
Global Citizens is a community of students who want to learn about and take action on the world’s biggest challenges—and use their power and resources to get other students involved, too. This groups focuses on fighting extreme poverty and inequality around the world, and starts at Rutgers by supporting approaches that will make life more sustainable for people and the planet.

GOYA Project
The GOYA Project, an organization that challenges students to get involved locally, nationally, and internationally, is a vehicle for the Rutgers students to address the issues of education, health, poverty, and inequality through a very strong emphasis on literacy and education. Currently, the GOYA Project’s outreach is focused on residents in New Brunswick, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Sierra Leone.

Oxfam Rutgers
Oxfam Rutgers is a university chapter of Oxfam America and Oxfam International. This group is dedicated to helping spread awareness about hunger, poverty, and injustices that occurs all over the world. Oxfam Rutgers will also engage the Rutgers community in fundraising and volunteer activities, helping to create long-term solutions for global poverty and injustices related to poverty, including but not limited to, health and education, as well as crisis relief to poverty stricken nations around the world.


End poverty in all its forms everywhere