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HEPTA is a voluntary humanitarian organization committed to the over all welfare of the community. Besides creating general awareness for the welfare of under privileged, the need for improving the quality of their life will be emphasized & will accordingly concentrate on the following as a measure of priority:
-Collection of relevant data aimed at analysing & examining the feasibility of a projected work plan to secure socio-economic development .
-Establish facilities for providing primary & secondary education.
-Establish cottage & small scale industries for producing handicrafts ,engaging in horticulture & poultry farming etc.
-Making available pure drinking water & hygienic toiletries of the urban ghettoes & rural areas.
-Introducing schemes to secure health care of students & members of the public of selected schools &localities.
-Encouraging plantation not only to create scope for earning but also to ensure an effective environment against any possible natural disaster .
-Setting up Facilities to care for child & mother care at no cost or an affordable cost basis.
-Providing training to create technical manpower particularly in Electrical, mechanical & IT sectors, so as to improve employment prospects for less privileged sections of the community.
-Facilitating growth of any other small scale venture designed to promote community welfare particularly in the Health, Education & Environment sector in co-operation with any other NGO, International Organizations or Producers of selected agricultural products with a view to ensuring overall development in the community life.
We believe, well- to- do people in general will come forward to provide selfless leadership to meet the needs of time in solving atleast some problems associated with unemployment and facilitating productive growth while in areas specified above while help creating a friendly atmosphere to work for community uplift. To be able to execute our programme, on the above lines in the coming 3 years beginning fron 1st July 2008, the estimated expenditure( including both capital & operational) for the implementation of project which we have already taken at hand is likely to be US$ 1.17 Million. We are confident that our projected plan to have a model Secondary Level Institution will soon see the light of the day & there is no doubt that we will in due course be contributing substantially towords upliftment of human welfare in the country.
The vision of HEPTA'S sponsors is to do something to improve community life mainly focussing on Education , Environment & Health & thereby contribute equitably in the nation building process. Established in 2007 by a pioneering Group of mutual friends, it has been already registered with the Department of social services under the Ministry of Social Welfare. Vide letter dated 11-04-2007 ( Regn
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE ORGNIZATION:
Dilasa Pratishtan is a Public Charitable Trust Registered under Trust and Society ActDilasa offers all medical care for paralysis, bedsores, coma, fracture cerebral palsy, drug-add. Our Aims and Objectives are;
DILASA CARE CENTER, NASHIK
One of the innocent bubbly coordinating as well as a naughty boy belongs to Dilasa. Nobody knows who is Bapu and from where he is? But now he belongs to Dilasa how? Few months before a young man who had no name of the age group of 18-19 was admitted to civil hospital by the railway police. The young boy had lost his legs in the accident and there later it came to knew that this boy is deaf and dumb too nobody had the answer whether he is deaf and dumb before the accident or due to shock. This young fellow could not either read or write.
In the civil hospital he had gone through an operation and was cured with all the hospitality. There he then stayed for 11 months. The major question before the team of civil hospital was how to rehabilitate this young boy again.The only name came into focus was Satish Jagtap and his Dilasa. And this is how this young fellow came to Dilasa and became the heart favorite of all the staff and patient, who then named him as Bapu.As Bapu could not read or write it was rather difficult to find his native place or his passed history. As we did not knew his language, we called upon various language experts to converse with him but nothing worked. We then tried with some drawings but this too failed. He had some crumbled papers along with him but this also could not help us.
Dilasa is expecting for a generous person who would make Bapu stand again on his own feet or by any means find out his past so as to hand over him to his family.
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2nd International Conference on Science, Technology and Society Studies and 4th Fair of Sustainable Technologies
The Planning and Policy Office of the Ministry of Science, Technology a... and the Institute for Science and Technology Studies - National University ... are pleased to invite you to the 2nd International Conference on Science, Technology and Society Studies whose main theme will be "Technology, Innovation and Inclusive Development".
The Conference will be held together with the 4th Fair of Sustainable Technologies organized by the International Movement Water and Youth and the Argentinean Technologies for Social Inclusion Network (RedTISA).
Symposia will count among their main speakers:
Both events will take place on October 1st and 2nd 2012 in FOETRA headquarters, located at Hipólito Yrigoyen 3171, Buenos Aires City.
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HELP THE POOR LADY FOR CATARACT SURGERY.NEED SPONSOR.
FROM: RAZIA CHARITABLE EYE HOSPITAL
MANAGED BY: NAI KIRAN
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NAI KIRAN is a voluntary organisation working in the field of eye care and education for last three years.This year NK started a charitable eye hospital in Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand,India.We are looking forward for corporate houses,individual donors for sponsoring cataract patients so that vision can be restored and make their life easy and comfortable.Come and help the organisation. email@example.com
TOWARDS A GREEN FUTURE
UNNATI PROGRAM FOR YOUTH
Uneducated women, husband deserted, child to support……
What do you think is the future of 2 uneducated women belonging to BPL family, whose husbands have deserted them and they have children to fend to? More often than not such women and their children would be at the mercy of their parents or brothers. However, this was not the case with Lata (26 years) and Lakshmi Devi (29 years) who were adviced by Swati Mahila Sangha to join the Unnati program.
Unnati is a program by SGBS Trust to make underprivileged youth employable in the mainstream. It is an opportunity for poor youth to become professionals and fulfill their dreams. When Lata and Lakshmi Devi joined Unnati they were apprehensive to get back to classrooms and did not believe that in 70days they will actually get a job of Rs.5000 per month in a corporate.
However, in 70 days, Lata and Lakshmi not only learnt to converse in English but also learnt valuable lifeskills and values and basic computers as they learnt their vocation – Guest Care professionally. Lakshmi Devi’s frail health was a matter of concern to all at Unnati. However, Lata was placed with Kaati Zone during the oncampus placements and Lakshmi Devi was placed with Carewell. Lata takes home Rs. 6,100/- per month as a cashier now (promoted in 3 months) and Lakshmi Devi earns Rs. 4,900/- as she does housekeeping at WTC.
Lata feels truly empowered and is now passing on this zeal in life to her 6 year old daughter, Likita. She feels her husband deserted her because of her handicap and it is now his loss and not hers.
Unnati, an initiative from SGBS Trust, is a free vocational training program aimed at enabling and empowering youngsters from families below the poverty line. This 70 day program equips unemployed youth (18 yrs & above) with vocational skills and life-skills and ensures employment with reputed organizations at the end of the training program. Currently, the training is offered in 9 chosen vocations – retail sales, field sales, guest care (hotels), guest care (offices), industrial tailoring, Industrial painting, data entry (for BPO), security services and car driving.
Headquartered in Bangalore in a 22,000 sft state-of-the-art facility, Unnati has impacted the lives of more than 1800 youth till date. The program not only trains them in their vocation but also works on their English communication skills, life skills and computer literacy. Special attention is given to inculcate personal and community values in the youth. The aim is also to bring in “dignity of labor” and gain self respect.
Unnati has partnered with like-minded NGOs at Mysore, Sirsi, Pune, Ulhasnagar and Ahmedabad. These centers have also been able to provide 100% placements to the youths post training.
At Unnati, candidates are interviewed and counseled and based on their aptitude and interest, a vocation is selected. Entire program is provided free of cost including training, lodging, food and transportation. Unnati students secure a job at the end of the 70 day training program with a minimum average starting pay of Rs.6,000/- per month.
Through its Vision 2020, Unnati will touch the lives of 1 Million youth across India and help them and their families cross the poverty line by pursuing a career.
About SGBS Trust:
SGBS was formed in 1978 and incorporated as a trust in 1993 by a group of like-minded individuals who were determined to make a difference to society, through music, education and social activities. In order to achieve the objective, SGBS Trust rolled out the following programs:
SHIKSHA: Shiksha was initiated to provide financial support for school education who but for the support would have discontinued schooling. The fee towards education is
sSanchayan Society is a non-profit social venture working in the field of Financial Inclusion and Financial Literacy.
Sanchayan is an independent & neutral venture that educates and thus empowers the youth and low income adults to take informed decisions with respect to their personal finances.
Along with the right financial information and guidance, Sanchayan delivers suitable, low-cost financial services to the urban and rural poor.
Sanchayan works with Governments, Regulators, Financial Institutions, Educational Institutes, Corporate Foundations, Partner NGOs, and other public and private sector organizations to continue the mission of disseminating neutral financial literacy.
Please visit www.SanchayanSociety.org for more information.
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Shohratgarh Environmental Society (SES) is a developmental organization based in India. It is registered under Society Registartion Act 1860 of India. It covers various social issues in last two decade. Shohratgarh Environmental Society invites application for its new magazine “ECHO”. Organization plans to launch it in Next Year. “ECHO” will be a quarterly bi-lingual (Hindi/English) magazine. It will cover relevant social and developmental issue from developing and developed world. It invites applications from interested and qualified candidates to work as voluntary community based reporters, expert correspondent, state reporter and regional editor. It’s an opportunity for you to be connected and be part of an exciting and thriving team that seeks to make the world a better place to live. Currently, we would especially like to hear from writers who are knowledgeable about the following subjects: women, environment, climate change, health, education, livelihood, food security, aid, democracy, youth, children and disaster. If you have a particular subject you want to propose and/or if you wish to write for “ECHO”, please write to us. We welcome your suggestions and participation. We do not accept unsolicited manuscripts.
You can apply for any post mentioned above; please send your CV with passport size photograph, bio in one page and one published article at firstname.lastname@example.org (Mention Subject: “ ECHO “).
Hope, you would like to work with us.
Expression of interest (EOI) for mentioned categories should be sent no later than 05 December 2011.
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