There were more than 200 SOS Children’s Villages and as many youth houses, social centers, vocational centers, kindergartens, hospital mother and child centers. In 1887, June 23rd that was the birthday of Dr. Herman Gmeiner was declared to be the International SOS day. In 1995 SOS Children Villages International got UN status. It was now an “ NGO in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.” In 2002 SOS Children’s Village International was given the Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian prize. In 2005 and 2010 after the Tsunami disaster and after the Haiti earthquake, SOS was one of the world organizations that started emergency relief and reconstruction programs in the disaster torn
GAC023 AE#2 Cayla WSMS40901 GAC023 Assessment Event 2: Local Environment Survey Local Environment Survey Student’s Name: Cayla Student ID#: WSMS40901 Teacher: Odette Due Date: 6 December 2017 Word Count: 2214 Table of Contents Abstract 3 1.0 Introduction 4 2.0 Methodology 4 3.0 Findings 5 4.0 Discussion 9 5.0 Conclusion and Recommendations 10 Appendices 11 References 15 Abstract The purpose of this research is to study the ecosystem in the Wujin New World Park. The park is situated in Hutang district which has a size of 300,000 sqms. My hypothesis is that this park has a healthy condition. To prove my hypothesis, I measured the PH of soil and water, the moisture of soil, weather, and light in a certain area. I also used transect method to collect species which located in a line and analyzed the food chain of those species.
The UPA Government renamed NREGA into Mahatma Gandhi Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGREGA) on 2nd 2009 as the country celebrated 140th birth anniversary of our Father of nation. In August 2005, the Parliament passed the landmark legislation, National Rural Employment Guarantee Act. It is a national law funded largely by the Central government and which guarantees hundred days of wage employment per year per household. The Act placed the enforceable legal obligation on the state and gives bargaining power to the labourers. It calls for providing minimum statutory wages to the workers.
3.1 BACKGROUND AND INCEPTION OF THE COMPANY Government of Karnataka- Karnataka state handloom Development Corporation (KHDC) Bangalore. In 1964, the KHDC started a production center at channapatana where artisans could work on per piece basis. In 1980-81 this was converted to a rural marketing service center to impart financial and design assistance, supply raw material and procure finished goods for sale in tourist handlooms showrooms. Around 1983-84 KHDC surveyed 900 artisans families living within a 10 kms radius of channapatana and identified the poorest and most deserving artisans. KHDC then with common facility center which included 30 power lathes and housing for 126 artisan families.
A STUDY ON EXTENT OF FINANCI AL INCLUSION AMONG RURAL H OUSEHOLDS I N BAGESHWAR DISTRICT OF UTTARAKHAND Latika Karnatak Research Scholar, Galgotias University, Greater Noida, Email: email@example.com Dr Vinay Kandpal, Assistant Professor, University of Petroleum and Energy studies, Dehradun Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ABSTRACT Financial Inclusion is a drive towards attaining inclusive growth and sustainable development and play a major role in driving away the poverty from the country. In the last twenty years, India has undergone a shift of its economic and regulatory structures. Steps have been taken by the Government to educate the people about the banking services and financial instruments available for investment. Despite
A STUDY OF ROLE OF MICROFINANCE IN POVERTY REDUCTION PROF. (DR.) RAJESH K. YADAV1,Ms.MEETA RAGHUVANSHI2 1Professor & Director, School of Management, JagranLakecity University, Bhopal (M.P.) 2Research Scholar, Faculty of Management, Barkatullah University, Bhopal (M.P.) Email -: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org 1. ABSTRACT In an India where 70 per cent of its population exists in rural area and 60 per cent depend on agriculture (according to the World Bank reports), micro-finance can play a very important role in providing financial services to the poor and low income individuals. The present paper highlights the microfinance & evaluates the position of micro-finance.
At its inception, the ICDS was started to cater to the needs of 33 community development blocks. However, nearly 40 years after its operations which covers almost àll habitations which constitutes nearly 14 lakhs across the country. The larger part of the expansion of this program, however took place only after the year 2005 which constitute nearly more than 50%. The fact that the early childhood development is the main basis for human development has been recognised by the government and the IC DS has been designed, promoted and implemented by the government for the sake of the holistic development of those children who are below six years of age. This scheme has been implemented through the strengthen the capacity of caregivers and communities and by improved access to the basic services at the level of the community.
82.21%. The Government with a view to help farmer’s supply of improved farm implements machines, exclusive training programmes should be arranged. Keywords: I. Introduction Agriculture is the main source of employment in India for thousands of years, with more than 65% of the population relying on it. The agriculture situation started improving after 1960s with the introduction of high yielding varieties of crops and the development of agriculture infrastructure for irrigation credit Storage and marketing.
EFFECCTIVENESS OF FINANCIAL INCLUSION THROUGH PMJDY (A PRELIMINARY STUDY) ORGANIZATION PROFILE Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank Formation Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank is a regional rural bank established under Regional Rural Banks Act 1976 by amalgamation, on the 31st March 2006, of the following 5 banks, sponsored by SBI, to participate more energetically, with synergy, in the uplift and development of Rural Farm Sector and Rural Non-Farm Sector, with emphasis on the deprived, the Rural Poor, Rural ISB and Rural Crafts. Sri Visakha Grameena Bank: Established on 30.09.1976 Nagarjuna Grameena Bank: Established on 30.04.1976 Sangameswara Grameena Bank: Established on 31.03.1982 Manjira Grameena Bank: Established on 31.03.1982 Kakathiya Grameena Bank: Established on 28.06.1982 Districts Covered Andhra Pradesh Grammena Vikas bank covers total eight districts from two states, 5 districts in the state of Telangana and 3 districts in the state of Andhra Pradhesh. Telangana State 1. Mahabubnagar (Population: 35.09 Lakhs) 2. Nalgonda (Population: 32.43 Lakhs) 3.
developing and developed 45 • Role of CSR in rural development and alleviation of rural Problems 46 • How CSR is used to alleviate rural problems in developing countries 47 • Millennium Development Goals for Rural Development 48 • What are the International instruments on CSR 57 • United Nations Global Compact 58 — Principles 58 — Participants 59 — UN Global Compact India 60 CHAPTER V : CSR INITIATIVES BY COMPANIES FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA 62 - 77 • Introduction 62 • Law For Corporate Social Responsibility In India : For