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Non-Governmental Organisation

  1. National Policy on the Voluntary Sector - English || Hindi (PDF file)
  2. Non-Governmental Organisation Partnership System
  3. CIVIL SOCIETY WINDOW - PRESENTATIONS

    S.No

    Presentation on Subject (PDF file)

    Presented by

    Date

           

    01

    Socio-Economic Problems of Mewat,  Haryana

    Civil Society Groups, Mewat

    30/06/05

    02

    Natural Resource Management - focusing on livelihoods

    Shri Deep Joshi, PRADAN Shri Gopal Bhai and Shri Bhagwat Prasad, ABSSS, Shri Hari Govind Sing, Arthik Anusandhan Kendra

    19/07/05

    03

    Sustainable Livelihoods for National Development

    Dr Ashok Khosla, Development Alternatives (1, 2), PACS, Las Gaviotas

    25/08/05

    04

    Voluntary Sector in India: Scale, Impact and Potential

    Dr. Rajesh Tandon, PRIA

    09/09/05

    05

    Proposed Delhi Water Sector Reforms - Pitfalls

    Shri Arvind Kejriwal, Parivartan

    20/09/05

    06

    Disasters: Challenges of Relief and Rehabilitation

    (i). Shri Gagan Sethi, Jan Vikas
    (ii). Ms Sushma Iyengar,  Kuch Nav Nirman Abhiyan,
    (iii). Shri V.Vivekanandan, SIFFSK and
    (iv). Ms. Neha Madiwala, CEHAT
    (v). Shri Ray Kancharia and Fr. Vargese, CARITAS

    18/10/05

    07

    Implementing Framework for Employment Guarantee Scheme

    Shri K S Gopal, CEC

    30/11/05

    08

    Gender in 11th Plan

    Ms. Ruth Manorama, National Alliance for Women
    Prof. Pam Rajput, NAWO and India Women’s Watch

    13/01/06

    09

    Women and Land Rights

    Ms. Shivani Bhardwaj, Sathi All for Partnership

    22/02/06

    10 Children's Right to Education and Abolition of Child Labour Ms. Shantha Sinha, M.V. Foundation 25/09/06
    11 Problems of Weavers and Marginalized Dr. Darin C. Gunesekera, Wiros Lokh Institute, Sri Lanka. 20/10/06
    12 Empowering citizens Professor John Gaventa, Institute of Development Studies, Sussex 26/10/06
    13

    Bridging the Gaps between Goals of SHGs and Ground Level

    Ms Jahnvi Andharia, ANANDI 07/11/06
     

     

    Ms. Jaya Sharma and Ms. Soma K.P, NIRANTAR  
        Dr. K. Lalita, YUGANTAR,  
    14

    Reducing Maternal Mortality : Workable Solutions

    Ms.Sunita Shahi of PRAYAS 21/11/06
     

     

    Vd Smita Bajpai of CHETNA  
     

     

    Ms.Jashodhara Dasgupta of SAHAYOG  
    15

    Care of the Elderly in the Eleventh Plan

    Mr. Mathew Cherian, HelpAge India 05/12/06
    16

    Sustainability of the Development Sector Programmes

    Maj.Gen. Surat Sandhu of South Asian Fundraising Group (SAFRG) 04/01/07
    17

    Urban Development

    Shri Ramesh Ramanathan, Janagraha
    Shri Sundar Burra, SPARC
    Dr. Lalitha Kamath, CASUMM; and
    Smt. Shanta chatterjee, Clean Air Island
    25/01/07
    18

    Female Foeticide

    Ms.Ena Sing, UNFPA,
    Shri S.V. Sista, Population First,
    Dr. Vibhuti Patel, CEHAT and Dr. Sabu George
    30/03/07
    19

    Access of the Urban Poor to Basic Development Planning, Management and Marginalized Section

    Ms. Medha Patkar and Partners 02/04/07
    20

    Inclusion of Experienced Allopathic Doctors in National Rural Health Mission

    Dr.C.S.Agarwal

    11/06/07

    21

    Access of the Urban Poor to Basic Amenities

    Ms. Akhila Sivadas, CFAR and other Partners ( 1, 2, 3 )

    20/06/07

    22

    PPP in Health Care

    Ms. Jashodhara Dasgupta

    16/08/07

    23

    Innovative Practices for Development of Naxal Affected Areas

    Shri. Pramod Das, Professional Development Service Consultants (OPDSC)

    27/02/08

     


    Shri. Ramesh Chandra Sharma, Ekta Parishad

     

     

    Shri. Murari Choudhary, Network for Enterprise Enhancement and Development Support

    24

    Empowerment through Rural Livelihood Promotion

    Ms. Achla Savyasaachi, Sa-Dhan,
    Dr. Bharat Pathak, Deendayal Research Institute and
    Ms. Minu Abraham, Dr. Reddy's Foundation

    03/06/08

    25

    Education as a medium of spiritual-ethical upliftment and prosperity and Redefinition of rural development process

    Jain Acharya Vijay Ratnasundersuri ( 01; 02 )

    16/03/09

    26

    Ragging in India

    Mr. Harsh Agarwal and Mr Mohit Garg

    03/06/08

    27 The current gaps in the process of strengthening women's resource -base within an administrative zone Sathi All For Patnership (SAFP) 18/09/09
    28 Issues on Health, Education and Early Childhood Care Neelima Khetan, Chief Executive, Seva Mandir, Udaypur 29/10/09
    29 Enhancing the value of maternity benefit scheme: Making breastfeeding counseling a specie Dr, Arun Gupta, BPNI 16/04/10
    30 Challenges Faced by Muslim NGOs in India Shri Rajesh Tandon, President, PRIA 20/05/10
    31 Dr. Muthulakshmy Reddy Maternity Assistance Scheme Dr. Vandana Prasad, National Convener PHRN 02/06/10
    32 Internally displaced people and denotifled tribes Centre for Social Justice 28/02/11
    33 Indira Gandhi Matritva Surataha Yojana (5GMSY) Ms. Yasodhara Dasgupta, Coordinator, SAHYOG and other participant of the Nationaf Alliance on Maternal Health and Human Rights 03/05/11
    34 Findings on adolescence and youth Ms Shireen Jejeebhoy, Senior Associate 16/05/11
    35 consistency and speedy delivery of schemes and entitlements for HIV positive Women Smt P. Kousalya, Presedent, Positive Women NetWork (PWN+) 16/06/11
    36 How to Empower Rural India Institute of Rural Research and Development (IRRAD), An Initiative of S.M. Sehgal Foundation 13/07/11
    37 Issues relating to Micronutrient Deficiencies Shri T. S- R. Subramanian, Chairman, The Micronutrient Initiative India, Delhi 26/07/11
    38 Model Eco-Tecn Village Shri Sameer Kurvey, Excutlve Director and Secretary, Centre of Science for Villages, Dattapur-Wardha 15/09/11
    39 Prevention and Treatment. ASHA 14/11/11
    40 Out of pocket Expenditure in Health Care - Results of study in five states in India. Dr. Narendra Gupta, Secretary, Prayas, Chittorgarh 01/02/12
    41 Regarding curbing and controlling Malnutrition, Hunger and suicides amongst artisans by utilizing local natural resources, custom and cultural practices. Dr. Shantilal Kothari, President, Academy of Nutrition Improvement, Nagpur 23/02/12
    42 Rastriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY) Ms. Vandana Prasad, National Convenor, Public Health Resources Society, New Delhi 07/08/12
    43 Finding on landscaping of nutrition polices under the project POSHAN Ms. Mamta Pradhan, Sr. Communication and KM Coordinator, IFPRI, NASC Complex, New Delhi 13/08/12
    44 Recommendations of National Coalition for Security of Migrant Workers (NCOSMW) for 12th Five Year Plan for safer labor migration Ms. Anjali Borhade, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi 04/10/12
    45 Findings and to present the report of the WHO supported study on Nursing and Midwifery. Prof. Rajni Bagga, Head Department of Management Sciences, NIHFW 22/11/12
    46 Co-ordinated action to address the needs of survivors os sexual assault - the Way forward Ms. Padma Deosthali, Cehat and Aruna Kashyap, HRW
    Presentation 1 || Presentation 2
    13/02/2013
    47 Impact Evaluation and the identification of effective Gender Policies and Programs ALJ Poverty Action Lab Team
    Presentation 1 || Presentation 2 || Presentation 3
    15/03/2013
    48 Nutrition Support from Conception till Class VIII - Need for Convergence Sh. Ashok Rao, Ms. Firoza Mehrotra
    Presentation
    17/04/2013
    49 Understanding the challenges of implementing PM's 15 point program for minorities - learnings from 10 Minority Concentration Districts Rehnuma
    Presentation
    02/07/2013
    50 Challenges posed by rising Commercial Surrogacy in India Sama - Resources Group for Women and Health
    Presentation
    24/07/2013

    DISCLAIMER:

    These Presentations were made under the "Civil Society Window" series started for inviting civil society representatives in Yojana Bhawan, to share grassroots realities and alternate views on development with Members and Officials of the Planning Commission. However, Planning Commission does not take any responsibility for the accuracy or authencity of the information provided by CSOs.


  4. All India conference on the role of the voluntary sector in national development [ PDF || ZIP ( MS Word ) ]
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