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Thursday, 15 August 2013
Wednesday, 14 August 2013
“Making use of unused and underused social resources to develop a self-reliant society”
Vivekananda Sevakendra-O-Sishu Uddyan (VSSU) was created in 1983 to empower remote riverside villages and vulnerable rural communities in the district of South 24 Parganas in West Bengal, India. VSSU works with people whose lives are dominated by extreme poverty (37.2% of the district population lives below the poverty line), illiteracy, disease and other handicaps. With multifaceted development interventions, VSSU strives to bring about positive changes in the quality of life of the poor people. VSSU firmly believes and is actively involved in building the social, economic and human capacity of the poor.
Imagine a visit to a beach just to find it covered with filth. There goes your weekend outing with your family or friends. But what are you willing to do about it except crib and complain that the Government’s not doing anything to keep our coasts clean?
Siddhant Sadangi of Youthleader Global talks to a few people who are willing to get their hands dirty in cleaning up this mess.
Nature Drive Trust of India (NDTI) is an international group of specialists in their own field like educators, scientists, media people, businessmen and authorities committed to the protection of our globe.
The blue painted houses, the warm weather throughout the year, rich history, hospitality, the regal fort, the four gates, cows happily sitting on the road, and the traffic passing by, with ease. .. that’s Jodhpur for you.. my city, a place where humans and animals happily coexists. Situated at the brink of the Thar Desert in western Rajasthan, Jodhpur was founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha and is a well known tourist destination in Rajasthan. It is also a place of old and firm indigenous ecological thoughts.