The UN’s Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) are to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, to achieve universal primary education, to promote gender equality and empowering women, to reduce child mortality rates, to improve maternal health, to combat HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases, to ensure environmental sustainability, and to develop a global partnership for development.
Some of MAP’s past global and local community outreach programs include Mahatma Gandhi Health and Peace Walk, ringing the opening bell at Nasdaq with Models4Water, being official speakers at the Newark Peace Summit, endorsing the documentary screening with Margot Wallström, being ECOSOC attendees for the UN Commission on the Status of Women, ECOSOC attendees UN Commission on Social Development on Youth and Employment, Sphatika Spa Valentine’s Day Project, being ECOSOC attendees at the UN Commission on Population and Development, fundraising consultants for WOHI, and being “Women Book” project sponsors to help highlight the importance of iconic women, as a means of communicating messages of human (women’s) rights in alignment with the MDG’s.
Another project that MWP Studios is excited to announce is The Women Project which is comprised up of portraits with a purpose, a continuing series by Michael William-Paul. This project represents the achievements of the world’s most influential women with the purpose to highlight the efforts of all women, while also focusing awareness for the Millennium Development Goals of 2015 as well as promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women. Michael William-Paul is continually searching for supporters to help with the Women Project into the 2015 finale. Along the way, photographs, interviews and video statements of influential Women and all original content by Michael-William Paul will continually be added.
Michael William-Paul owns MWP Studios, which is a commercial studio and agency. For more information about Model Ambassador Program, please visit modelambassadorprogram.com. For more information on The Women Project, Michael William-Paul, and MWP Studios, please visit www.mwpstudios.com.