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Awareness Programme For Planing Disaster Preparedness And Mitigation

In the recent decades, it is observe in the selected district that the Situation is become very pathetic as the natural and man-made disaster are happen on frequent basis. Like heavy rainfall which led to flood in the area and the Coal Mining are happen in frequent basis which led to death of many worker and another big issues is the area having big dam which can create big problem in future and one of the important thing the villager didn’t get proper administrative support from the govt. Even the panchayat people having lake of knowledge regarding uses of resources available in the village itself, whether it is natural or human resources. This programme wills also emphasis on the proper uses of available resources. It is the need and request of the villager to make them aware and help them to prepare them for future consequent. So we proposed this programme to be done in this particular are as par the demand of the situation and demand of people.

Gender Awareness/Sensitisation Workshop For Community Representatives

In the recent decades, poverty, Illiteracy and gender discriminations is one of the major issues in the project area. Violence against women is perhaps the most shameful human rights violation. And it is perhaps the most pervasive. It knows no boundaries of geography, culture or wealth. As long as it continues, we cannot claim to be making real progress towards equality, development and peace. The Security Council resolution 1325 in its application of CEDAW2 as a human rights con-venation demands that all actors engaged in peace negotiations and post conflict reconstruction to protect and respect women human rights. It also requires that women’s experiences, needs and views be integrated into the political, Legal and social decisions that determine peace sustainability, reconciliation and development of the Society.

It is observed in the project area that gender inequality is prevailing too much and gender violence is now a day is common in each and every household. Through the programme we want to give the platform for the Community representative so that they can stand on the way of gender discrimination and they should know gender issues and right. Through the programme the organization also want to build the confidence and team spirit among the women.

Capacity Building Training Programme On Conflict Management In School And Collage

In the recent decades, poverty has been increasingly recognized as multi-dimensional phenomena, where people are deprived of security, economic, social and human capacities and/or opportunities. It has many causes, often interlocking, and those causes vary with gender age, culture and other social and economic contexts. Poverty manifests itself in many different ways lack of resources, vulnerability, discrimination, insecurity, denial of dignity, and various expressions of deprivation.

Along the last centuries, the conflict lives through has had multiple violent expressions, even though there has always existed in society a clear will for looking for a just and balanced solution, a will that is evident even today. However, none ofthe efforts undertaken up to now has crystallized in satisfactory and lasting results. So through this Programme of peace building process, we are trying to reduce the peace building process of the boys and girls through training and making them to be self reliant to meet their basic human necessities.

TOT On Youth And Peace Building

In the recent decades, poverty has been increasingly recognized as multi-dimensional phenomena, where people are deprived of security, economic, social and human capacities and/or opportunities. It has many causes, often interlocking, and those causes vary with gender age, culture and other social and economic contexts. Poverty manifests itself in many different ways lack of resources, vulnerability, discrimination, insecurity, denial of dignity, and various expressions of deprivation.

The boys and girls are deprived of security, economic, social capacities and opportunities. Due to the economic instability or economic dependency the boys and girls are more vulnerable towards the social and even familial exploitation. So through this Programme of peace building process, we are trying to reduce the peace building process of the boys and girls through training and making them to be self reliant to meet their basic human necessities.

Capacity Building Training & Awareness Programme On Enhancing Women Participation On Panchayati Raj

A million women have been elected at the village, block and district levels, following the landmark 73rd Amendment to the Constitution of India (1992), reserving 33 percent of the seats in Panchayati Raj Institutions for women. The process of decentralization has provided representation but representation does not necessarily lead to participation. Women still face a number of challenges for their engagement in political spaces such as inadequate education, lack of financial independence, burden of productive and reproductive roles and opposition stemming from entrenched patriarchal views. Training, therefore, has emerged as a critical concern for facilitating their effective participation. The 73rd and 74th Amendments to the Constitution of India provide the legal basis for direct democracy at the local-level, both in rural and urban areas. The amendments stress the need to bring people belonging to marginalized groups into the political process by reserving seats for women and for people belonging to the Scheduled Castes (SC) 1 and Scheduled Tribes (ST) 2. It is envisaged that by mandating not less than one-third of the seats for women in local government bodies, the governance process at the local government level will reflect the voices of women and the concerns and issues that confront them. This has resulted in 247,115 elected Panchayats (locally elected self government bodies) in the country, which contain more than 2.8 million elected representatives. Of these elected representatives, more than 1 million are women3. However, this aggregate figure tells only part of the story. While representation is adequate (as per the norm of one-third of all seats) participation is less than adequate. While it is relatively easy to legislate representation, it is more difficult to create conditions suitable for participation. Experience indicates that representation does not automatically lead to participation. A number of factors limit the active engagement of women in the political sphere. First, deeply entrenched stereotypical norms relegate women to the domestic space, with severely restricted engagement in public affairs, an area largely dominated by men. Second, caste and class restrictions and the patriarchal system and mindset pervade the political space provided to women. Women are still not recognized as political entities and their perspective is seldom seen as integral to the design and delivery of services. The third factor is the lack of exposure of women themselves to politics and the absence of any experience in exercising their political responsibilities. Low literacy levels, absence of education and limited or no exposure, all lead to a lack of confidence and many women are unable to comprehend the true spirit of decentralization and recognize the opportunities that it provides. So through this programme we are trying to mobilize community and strengthen processes of constituency building to enable women to articulate their voices and participate in the electoral process. We are also focusing to make the women self dependent so that they can take their own decision in the process of decision making and also we are try to emphasis on the Capacity building of women representative in the society. It is hoped that this Programme will be useful for practitioners working with elected women representatives and overall endeavor to build capacities of government, locally elected representatives and communities to undertake more participatory and equitable development planning.

Capacity Building Workshop On PRA For The Newly Elected Member

PRA methods are considered good when they are carried out by a team consisting of especially trained interdisciplinary persons. The virtuous approach is necessary in this method because a great deal of diverse information is generated rapidly where a single person may not be able to sort it out and understand it effectively. A single person may not be perfect in all areas. Therefore, an interdisciplinary team approach is recommended for this method. Experience shows that a small interdisciplinary team consisting of three persons is the best for conducting PRA methods. Furthermore, the team is considered to be the best if it consists of a sociologist/anthropologist, and an agriculturist for conducting the study on natural resource management since, usage of forest and agriculture resources are fundamental to rural life. Similarly, a basic understanding of the society in relation to resource uses/practices is necessary. Therefore, it is highly advantageous to include broadly based researchers/practitioners with the knowledge or experience in different disciplines.

Women Social Entrepreneurship Development Programme

The formulation of a new name, for this long standing endeavor, is important in that it helps to blur sector boundaries and widen the field. The concept means different things to different people and there are continuing arguments over what precisely counts as social entrepreneurship. Some people associate social entrepreneurship with not-for-profit organizations. Others use the term to describe businesses and for-profit ventures that incorporate social responsibility into their setup. Still others think of hybrid organizations that combine both not-for-profit and for-profit elements into their functioning. This means that the canopy of social entrepreneurship encompasses a wide variety of organizations, from those that rely on income earned primarily from paying consumers to those that perform contracted work for public authorities or receive grants and donations. The early research on social entrepreneurship was built around the following three main categories of business models.

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