You can win an award
Great award
Over 7.5 billion citizens live in this world.
Yes you are one of them.
But think one as 1.
There are more than 1.4 billion people below the poverty line.

We request you to convert 1 below the poverty line person to above the poverty line.
This gives invaluable satisfaction & is far larger than 1 award.

Poverty is a concern of all and is an important cause of migration.
We thought this world is an integration of each developed nation and formed an NGO (NPO) in year 2009 by the name Developed Nation Network Trust.
Yes this far difficult than just an economically progressive nation.
Deaths
Deaths, global number
Steve Jobs on death

To know how to share your banner, just send a mail to Sanjay

Our plans
Country ranks
5 oceans
Arctic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Indian Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Southern Ocean
7 continents
Africa
Antarctica
Asia
Australasia
Europe
North America
South America
World & Universe
World
Universe
Base of all work
 
Social issues
Common greats
Child health - Glenmark

Livelihood - AV Birla Gr
Skill development
Blood donation - Bhau
Sustainable Development

Accidents
Addiction
Adoption
Adult education
Affirmative action
Agriculture
Art & Craft
Backward Class
Biodiversity
Blind
Cancer
Carbon Footprint
Caste
Children
Clean country
Clean river
Climate Change
Commercial sex workers
Culture
Disability
Disaster Relief
Economy
Ecotourism
Education
Employment
Endangered Species
Energy
Environment
Financial inclusion
Forests
GLBT
Girl Child
Health
Heritage
HIV / AIDS
Housing
Human Rights
Hunger
Income Generation

Indigenous Communities
Jobs for disabled
Jobs for locals
Jobs for poor
Jobs for women
Justice

Labour
Land
Marine Life
Microfinance
Mental Health
Minorities
Natural Resources
Nutrition
Peace of Mind
Pet animals
Population
Poverty
Primary education
Prisoners
Recycling
Religions
Refugees
Rural Development
Sanitation
Secondary education
Senior Citizens
Sex
Slums
Sports
Suicides
Teachers
Traditional medicine
Trafficking
Tribals
Urban Development
Value education
Village Adoption
Waste Management
Water
Water for agriculture
Wildlife
Women
Youth

We want all to have
Medicinal garden
Online methods
Science

Our plan for issue content

We were thinking that under social issues, we should cover all the countries in the world. This was a big shift from our earlier thinking of just India & social issues it faces in States/UTs/dists.

A lot of online research across the world, shared a simple & common thing we must understand. Each country (infact each small location within the country) may face the same issue but challenges, solutions & programmes of government, NGOs, corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists, volunteers & retail donors to the same issue may be different. Afterall the programmes depend on many things like location, people mentality , politics.

So from June 2017, we are treating each country separately, with main focus on India as a country & Thane as a district of India.

We may invite related NGOs/NPOs as content partners and share there name with link to their website on all pages within the content partnership country. The process starts from our global examples India and Thane and the process will continue till 2020 by when we may have content partners in 150 plus countries.

We start interviews of the communities, institutions like NGOs which work for issues & institutions like corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists which finance & also invite their employees to volunteer

 
Identity is key
Corporates
Funding agencies
Governments

Media
NGOs
Philanthropists
Consultants
Consultants
Business consultants
CSR consultants
Developmt consultants
Researchers
Ad agency
PR agency

Political parties
Rivers
Helplines
Doctors

Hospitals

Lawyers
Justice ministries
Police

UN & UN organisations
Celebrities
Famous people
Yet to be famous

Scientists & key people
Scientists
Social workers
CSR people
NGO Management
Corp communications
Media people
PR people
Careers
Important locations
Historical locations
Religious locations
Locations we must visit
Tourism : Beach
Tourism : Ecotourism

Tourism : Experiential
Volunteering, donation
Volunteer
Volunteering
Community based
Core competency based
Human process based
Skill based
Time based
Add as a volunteer

Donate
Financial donation
Blood donation
Books donation
Clothes donation
Computers donation
Household products donation
Product donation
Eyes donation
Organ donation
Body donation

Law firms
Awards
Awards
Award winners
Award giving institutions
UN, GRI, Gl compact
Sustainable dev goals
United Nations
UNDP
WHO
World Bank
UN con. agst corruption
UNEP Finance Initiative
Univ decl on human rights

Global organisations
Ashoka
Balance Score Card
Better cotton initiative
Billion dollar roundtable
CEO water mandate
ETI
EICC code of conduct
Eco labelling
Equator Principles
Forests Stewardship Council
FTS 400
Gl bus.coalition on HIV
Global Carbon Dis. Index
Global Sullivan principles
London benchmarking gr
OECD
Prin for respo. investment
SA 8000
Transparency benchmark
Triple Bottom Line
Wolfsberg Standards
Important UN org
ECLAC
EMG
ESCAP
ESCWA
FAO
IAEA
ICAO
IFAD
IMF
IMO
ITC
ITU
OCHA
OHCHR
UNAIDS
UNCDF
UNCITRAL
UNCTAD
UNECA
UNECE
UNEG
UNENERGY
UNESCO
UNFCCC
UNFF
UNFPA
UNGIWG
UN Habitat
UNHCR
UNICEF
UNICRI
UNIDIR
UNIDO
UNISDR
UNITAR
UN Oceans
UNODC
UNOP
UNOPS
UNPA
UNRISD
UNRWA
UNSCN
UNSSC
UNU
UN Water
UN Women
UNWTO
UPU
WFP
WIPO
WMO
 
Search fast
Access country content
Search corporates

Search funding agencies
Search awards
Search award winners
Search award giving inst
Search interviews
Interviews
Get country visibility

Get global visibility
Share funding proposal
CSR Consulting
Employee volunteering
Social issues consulting
Programme management
Online / offline services
Sustainability, Reputation
Why branding
What is Identity
Sustainability

Sustainability of org.
Sustainability of program
Reputation
Reputation of org. Reputation of program
Our reputation helped sustainability of CSRidentity.com (survival of our cofounder Sanjay Bapat) on 28.8.2013
Team & future
Business associations
Development asso

Industry associations
Giants clubs
Lions clubs
Rotary clubs
Sports clubs
Law colleges
MBA colleges
Medical colleges
Social work colleges

2020
2030
2050
UN Sustainable dev goals
Famous people & celebs
Celebrities
Famous people
Yet to be famous
Academic celebrities
Activist celebrities
Architect celebrities
Art celebrities
Business celebrities
Comedy celebrities
Dance celebrities
Developmental celebrities
Drama celebrities
Economy celebrities
Engineer celebrities
Environment celebrities
Fashion celebrities
Film names as celebrities
Film actor celebrities
Film celebrities (exp producers / directors)
Film celebrities (Budding producers / directors)
Film writer celebrities
Fine art celebrities
Food celebrities
Health celebrities
History celebrities
Journalism celebrities
Law celebrities
Literature celebrities
Media celebrities
Music celebrities
Peace celebrities
Photography celebrities
Police celebrities
Political celebrities
Religion celebrities
Royalty celebrities
Science celebrities
Singing celebrities
Sports celebrities
Television celebrities
Common greats
Nilkor Kukarni
Jacob Verghese
Email names & stories, we will select key people.
Interviews
V. V. Lakshminarayana
- Early Childhood

- Value Education
- Politics
- Use of techlology
New way
 
258 Countries & visibility
We start sharing issues & 100 + stakeholders countrywise from 7.6.17
India is global example & we start sharing issues from India as individual forum from 5.6.17.
From 2020, we may share all countries under 1 social issue & we may increase social issues from 100 to 250..
Global examples
India
Thane district in India

UN Members
Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Andorra
Angola
Algeria
Antigua & Barbuda
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Bahamas
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belarus
Belgium
Belize
Benin
Bhutan
Bolivia
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Botswana
Brazil
Brunei
Bulgaria
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Cambodia
Cameroon
Canada
Cape Verde
Central African Republic
Chad
Chile
China
Colombia
Comoros
Congo
Costarica
Cote d'Ivoire
Croatia
Cuba
Cyprus
Czech Republic
D R of Congo
Denmark
Djibouti
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Equatorial Guinea
Eritrea
Estonia
Ethiopia
Fiji
Finland
France
Gabon
Gambia
Georgia
Germany
Ghana
Greece
Grenada
Guatemala
Guinea
Guinea Bissau
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong (SAR)
Hungary
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kenya
Kiribati
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan
Laos
Latvia
Lebanon
Lesotho
Liberia
Libya
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macau (SAR )
Macedonia
Madagascar
Malawi
Malaysia
Maldives
Mali
Malta
Marshall Islands
Mauritania
Mauritius
Mexico
Micronesia
Monaco
Mongolia
Montenegro
Morocco
Mozambique
Myanmar
Namibia
Nauru
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria
North Korea
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Palau
Panama
Papua New Guinea
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Qatar
Republic of Moldova
Romania
Russian Federation
Rwanda
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
St Vincent & Grenadines
Samoa
San Marino
Sao Tome & Principe
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
Solomon Islands
Somalia
South Africa
South Korea
South Sudan
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Suriname
Swaziland
Sweden
Switzerland
Syrian Arab Republic
Tajikistan
Tanzania
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Togo
Tonga
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Tuvalu
Uganda
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
USA
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Vanuatu
Venezuela
Viet Nam
Yemen
Zambia
Zimbabwe

NonUN mem. countries
Akrotiri
American Samoa
Anguilla
Aruba
Ashmore & Cartier
Baker Island
Bermuda
Bouvet Island
Britishvirgin Islands
Cayman Islands
Christmas Island
Clipperton Island
Coralsea Islands
Cook Islands
Cocos Islands
Curacao
Dhekelia
Falkland Islands
Faroe Islands
French Polynesia
French S. & Antarctic
Gaza Strip
Gibraltar
Greenland
Guam
Guernsey
Heard&Mcdonald Is.
Howland Island
Isle of Man
Janmayen
Jarvis Islands
Jersey
Johnston Atoll
Kingman Reef
Kosovo
Midway Islands
Montenegro
Montserrat
Navassa Island
Newcaledonia
Niue
Norfolkisland
Northernmariana Islands
Palymraattoll
Paracel Islands
Pitcairnislands
Puerto Rico
St Barthelemy
St Helena
St Martin
St Pierre & Miquelon
Southern Ocean
Southgeorgia & South Sandwitch islands
Spratly Islands
Svalbard
Taiwan
Tokelau
Turks & Caicos Island
US Pacific Is. Wildlife Refugees
Vatican City
Virgin Islands
Wake Islands
Walls and futuna
West Bank
Western Sahara

 

About us
28.8.2013 changed us
How you benefit
You can help

 

Any woman above 60 can share traditional & religious food free (Visit here)
We are neither a political nor celebrity, food, religious or historically important locations website nor a crime or naxalite related website but we know that for the sustainability of all human beings, food is critical. Not even 0.00001% people in the world can live long life without solid food or just water.
There are food items which are cooked on traditional days and instead of just food celebrities, we plan to offer free space of women above 60 years of age to write to editor on traditional food in their country. India being an example country, we invite women above 60 to share traditional food in their State or UT. With Thane as a global example, we will share traditional food from many Thane women above 60. There will be link to food in each State / UT in India from the index page of the state / UT as well as from Thane index page.

Yes, we say it again that this space is not for food celebrities and young girls or well known men chefs. These are women from any country or any State / UT / District of India may or maynot see CSRidentity.com or any internet site but their daughters / sons see internet either through computer or through mobile phones and this is one very simple way to give global visibility for their mother.

We plan to start this from 08th March (International women's day) The first woman we plan to cover is Nalini Vaze.

Thanking media across the world is the least we can do
No one can work across the world, can do research across the world ... (if that is a fact then the universe if far bigger).
the least we can do is to thank media in all the countries in this world for sharing challlenges humans & nature face. We were initially thinking of editing the news but on 05.03.2016, we have decided to cover the news and link it to relevant social & developmental issue and within that the related country and then visitors can read the detailed news with a link to the media source.
We are surfing media across the world but to give instant news across the world, we request media to email us the news.We surf various forms of media across the world weekly for the social & developmental news they cover.
In 2016-17, we plan to mail to 1000 media (print / electronic / other) from different countries in the world. (We will cover 2000 media in 2016-17)

Are we a global site & do we share governments, NGOs, FAs, media ...?
We share not just corporates but governments, NGOs, funding agencies, media, consultants, researchers, ad agencies, PR agencies, celebrities, philanthropists ... again not just the institutions but individuals who can not only volunteer but first they must be good in behaviour.
We share social & development issues, countries & schemes for citizens, programmes of all stakeholders, awards, seminars, conferences, helplines... so we are now a global site. Infact we know that each citizen technically & legally can be citizen of one country but actually each one of us is a global citizen. Infact, our cofounder has started calling himself as a global citizen.

Digital eBook : We have started writing / compiling a digital form of book which shares challenges of key countries, social & developmental issues, each branch & leaf of the sustainability tree and of course all forms of volunteering and donation.
This eBook will share name of the person interviewed or written article & sponsor logo on respective pages and the eBook will be sent to all stakeholders (about 300000) free.
Dont pay us, but we request you to pay the NGOs or political parties in your country.

For Thane projects (our global example) you can pay to an NGO called Developed Nation Network Trust. (email : Sanjay)

Dedication of CSRidentity.com and DevelopedNation.org and our founders life
CSRidentity.com and DevelopedNation.org are not dedicated to just one individual but to all 7 billion plus citizens in this world plus all living beings, nature & non living things. We always say this world because as of now we only know this world but scientific growth may (again we say may) share another world. Of course amongst all, we must name some individuals / institutions across this world whom we admire more like scientists; innovators; digital science & internet experts; military, police & media; mental power to live of 1 billion citizens who live with just 1 dollar a day and doctors, lawyers & people helping them; economically backward class; film / sports / music stars who are celebrities because they are god to people; Developmental celebrities whom we call as developmental doctors; all greats who have left this earth like Nelson Mandela, Abraham Lincoln and of course lesser known but great individuals like Wilma
Please remember that satisfaction of helping needy (individuals & institutions) gives a great joy and it is far more that the money one earns when alive.

Why CSRidentity.com is a site which covers social & development issues across the world, why we cover countries, oceans ...
After an almost fatal accident, sustainability of our cofounder Sanjay Bapat & CSRidentity.com, was taken care of by Venkat, Dr Purndare, Jupiter Hospital & Bhau. Our great inspiration is Rohan, MBA Foundation. We must thank Mastek Foundation, Adfactors PR, NGOs, corporates, foundations, philanthropists, government officials for supporting us in these tough situation.
In the almost second life, we thought that instead of just working, we must be a global site & one team should invest time in sharing & promoting social & developmental issues, countries and millions of individuals & institutions which work for community directly or through volunteering or through employee volunteering or through financial donation to NGOs/NPOs or credible organisations or political parties or government. The other team works for our own sustainability on identitying programmes anywhere in the world, employee volunteering, skill development, research, consultancy on CSR as well as social & developmental issues....

Interesting facts (should we call them mind boggling facts) on 18.02.2016 (at about 4.16 PM India time)
World population : 7,407,182, 782 (7407 plus millions or 7.4 plus billions)
By 2025, world population will be over 8 billion people. Around 2040 it could hit 9 billion and by 2100 it could reach a massive 11 billion people.
There is a need for a new industrial revolution where economic wealth goes hand-in-hand with environmental and social sustainability. And fast. We are reaching critical tipping points beyond which it will be too late to reverse negative trends.
The amount of freshwater on the planet amounts to only 3 percent of all water on the planet…and less than 1 percent of this is ready for human use. Every year we use a massive 4 trillion cubic meters of freshwater. This amount is equivalent to 50 Olympic swimming pools every second. By 2030, nearly half of the world's population (3.9 billion people) are expected to be living in areas under severe lack of water. This is an increase of more than 1 billion people from today. Most of the world's freshwater is used by agriculture (70 percent). Because of ineffective irrigation methods, overuse of water is a huge problem in agriculture - half of the water used may actually never reach the crops.
130,000 square kilometers of forests are cut down or burned every year. The clearing of forests is a big contributor to global climate change. About 20 percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions comes from the clearing of tropical forests.
Visit http://www.theworldcounts.com/themes/our_environment for constantly updated information