Emphasis

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Disaster Management

Disaster Management can be defined as the organization and management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies, in particular preparedness, response and recovery in order to lessen the impact of disasters. Any disaster can interrupt essential services, such as the provision of health care, electricity, water, sewage / garbage removal, transportation and communications. The interruption can seriously affect the health, social and economic networks of local communities and countries. Disasters have a major and long-lasting impact on people long after the immediate effect has been mitigated. Poorly planned relief activities can have a significant negative impact not only on the disaster victims but also on donors and relief agencies.

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Culture & Education

“Education not only molds the new generation, but reflects society’s fundamental assumptions  about itself and the individuals which compose it”- Mahatma Gandhi.

The Indian education culture exemplifies well this statement of the great Indian thinker and futurist Mahatma Gandhi. The ideal of education has been very grand, noble and high in ancient India. The aim of ancient Indian education is to impart training for the completeness of life and the molding of character of human beings for the battle of life.  

Education of Girl child holds the key to development of entire family and in turn the society in general.


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Activities Undertaken

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Round Table Seminar on Agony of Ganga - Loss of Culture & Heritage of India 
14th & 15th July, 2012

A round table seminar was organised by the India International Centre, Hazrat Salim Chishti Foundation and Ganga Sewa Mission on 14 &15th July, 2012. Unnat Bharat was actively involved in the entire preparations of seminar with complete secretarial support. Seminar was presided by Mr  Soli J Sorabjee, legal luminary and President of India International Centre and inauguration was done by Dr Karan Singh. Mr  M C Gupta, retired Chief Secretary of Haryana, was the Chief Convener and Mr. L. K. Joshi, Trustee of IIC and Chief Patron of Unnat Bharat, was the convener. Mr Ashok K Madan, General Secretary of UNNAT Bharat, was the coordinator for the programme. Seminar was attended by more than 100 participants which included Major M. C. Khanduri, Ex CM of Uttrakhand, Sh Pradeep Tamta, MP from Uttrakhand, Experts, Senior Government functionaries and Media persons.

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World Environment Day 
5th June, 2012

Unnat Bharat organised Waste Collection Camps in three areas of Delhi namely: Janak Puri, Gautam Nagar and Shanker Road Market at Rajender Nagar. People were requested to bring in those items which are lying unused at their homes but are in good condition to be used such as clothes, toys, gift items etc. A product which may not be useful for you could to useful for someone else.

Waste materials were segregated and were given to NGO-- GOONJ and to an Aanganwadi in Uttam Nagar for reuse by the residents.

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Registration of Unnat Bharat with Planning Commission 
14th May, 2012 

Unnat Bharat registered with Planning Commission under its NGO Partnership Programme.

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Registration under Societies Act of 1860 
11th May, 2012

Unnat Bharat registered with the Registrar of Societies, Delhi.

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Land Use & Rehabilitation of Displaced persons from banks of Yamuna 
2nd May, 2011

A study was conducted on the families displaced from the banks of River Yamuna. Displaced persons were rehabilitated in Bawana, a suburb of Delhi some 30 kilometers away from their areas of livelihoods. It was pathetic to observe that except de-locating the population to Bawana, there was in coordination in making these people earn their livelihood, education of children and healthcare, to name the basic needs.

Further those families, who had not moved, were put to other odds. A main road was made through their areas with the result that inhabitations were on one side of road and school for the children was across the road. It became very difficult for small children to cross the road because of heavy traffic.

Small children, who were hitherto attending school prior to construction of road, were now just loitering and not going to school.

 

 
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