Our vision : Universal development. 2016 : International Year of Pulses ; International Year of Camelids
Calendar 2016 in pdf form
Our vision : Universal development.
As humans, we request you to invest at least some time & money to take 1.4 billion people who live at $1.25 a day out of the very very poor stage of poverty.
We are happy to meet citizens who are rich financially. But remember, social prosperity alongwith economic prosperity gives us more joy & satisfaction.
Our focus is integrating the work of all stakeholders in countries on social, developmental & sustainable tree issues.
28.08.2013 changed us Interviews and News Couragious people Thane, global example
Any stakeholder (governments, NGOs/NPOs, corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists, celebrities... can share free the issuewise programmes. Email to Editor
Countries, social, developmental & sustainable tree issues & key stakeholders
Search first step free for all, then we ask password
Key stakeholders
Governments (258)
NGOs/NPOs (150000)
Corporates (10000)
Funding Agencies (1000)
Philanthropists (1000)
Media (2000)
Soc business (1000)
Soc entrepreneurs (365)
Consultants
Consultants - Business
Consultants - Dev
Researchers
Asso - Business (200)
Associations - Dev. (100)
Ad Agencies (2500)
PR Agencies (500)
Clubs
Clubs -Lions
Clubs - Rotary
Doctors (3650)
Hospitals (1000)
Investors
Lawyers (200)

Awards
Awards
Awards giving institutes
Awards winners

Helplines, seminars
Seminars
Conferences
Helplines
Pledges

Celebrities
Celebrities (5000)
Art celebrities
Business celebrities
Comedy celebrities
Dance celebrities
Developmental celebrities
Environmental celebrities
Fashion celebrities
Film celebrities
Health celebrities
Journalism celebrities
Literature celebrities
Music celebrities
Political celebrities
Religion celebrities
Royalty celebrities
Singing celebrities
Sports celebrities
Television celebrities
Theatre celebrities
Film producers - Exp
Film producers - Budding
Film writers

Key locations & fitness
Historial locations
Religious locations
Fitness

Universities
Social Work Universities
MBA Universities
Medical Universities
Legal Universities

Global (Businesses)
World Bank
Global compact
GRI
OECD

Global (Development)
United Nations
WHO
Ashoka
Credit rating of NGO

Volunteering
Community vol
Time vol
Skill vol
Core competency vol
Human habits process
Add as a volunteer

Donation
Financial donation
Blood donation
Books donation
Clothes donation
Products donation
Computers donation
Household products
Eye donation
Organs donation
Body donation

We are approaching corporates to share what CSR they are adopting in their corporate and what should be considered in each relevant industries. We will report it in 2016-17 financial year.

International observation year 2015
Intl Year of Light & Light-based Technologies

World Soil Day and International Year of Soils

Target for Millenium Development Goals

Please note
The number of countries may be added anytime or a country can become UN member country or countries may add Special Administrative Regions (SAR).
As of now, we have given the latest information. We may change the number of countries anytime. So is the case of governments of countries. We are not an automatic site where we provide only links. Any change in country governments, leadership will come within some time but not instantly.

Similarly, we start with issue status / programmes in 50 plus countries now, but depending on the keenness of countries and the various stakeholders in the countries, we may have 200 country updates by 2017 or 2018.

We have started sharing funding proposals of all stakeholders in India and by 01.04.2016, we will share a few thousand funding proposals. Give funds directly to the concerned stakeholders.

Indian MPs
In India, we are writing to all the members of parliament to share what social & development questions they ask in the Indian Parliament and how they serve these issues in their constituencies.
We have started sharing what Mr Rajan Vichare, the MP from our constituency does for citizens.

 

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
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
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

Non UN member countries, territories and SARs
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.
Hong Kong (SAR)
Howland Island
Isle of Man
Janmayen
Jarvis Islands
Jersey
Johnston Atoll
Kingman Reef
Kosovo
Macau (SAR )
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 & Sth Sandwitch
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



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

Social & dev. issues
Accidents
Addiction
Adoption
Affirmative action
Agriculture
Animal welfare
Appropriate Technology
Art & craft
Biodiversity
Blood donation
Cancer
Capacity building
Carbon footprint
Castes
Children
Climate Change
Communities
Corruption
Culture
Desert
Disability
Disaster Releief
Diversity
Economy
Ecotourism
Experiential tourism

Education
Employment
Energy
Environment
Ethics
Financial inclusion
Food security
Gays, Lesbians ...
Governance
Health
Heritage
HIV / AIDS
Housing
Human rights
Hunger
Income generation
Indigenous people
Industries
Information Technology
Infrastructure
Innovation
Investors
Justice
Labour
Land
Livelihood
Marine Life
Mental Health
Microfinance
Migration
Military
Natural Resources
Nutrition
Oceans
Packaging
Peace of Mind
Population
Poverty
Prisoners
RTI
R & D
Recycling
Refugees
Religions
Rural development
Sanitation
Science
Senior citizens
Skill development
Slums
Sports
Suicides
Technology
Tourism
Trafficking
Transparency
Transportation
Tribals
Urban development
Violence
Vocational training
Waste Mnagement
Water
Wildlife
Women
Youth

Naxalism

Sustainability tree issues
Sustainability tree top

Sustainability tree roots
Business Processes
People & Planet policies
Regulations/compliances
Financial resources
Programmes
Org. Env.
Org. Health
Reporting
Stakeholder dialogue
Signatory issues
Systems & indices
Networking
Community/Philanthropy
Sustainability
Reputation
Volunteering
Donation

Helplines

Why we cover non UN member countries, territories and SARs
We share Non UN Member countries like Kosovo because we are primarily a social & developental site and we know the UN system follows right rules but we know that this does not solve the problem of children, women, disabled, senior citizens as well as issues like adoption, addiction, water, skill development, education, environment, climate change ....

We know many non UN countries are countries managed by US, european, Australian countries but these can be unofficialy independent countries

We also have shared the two Special Adminstrative Regions (SARs) Hongkong and Macau (These are officially China part)

 

Why in the countries we share oceans, continents, world & universe
We know oceans are not part of any country but remember as humans we have no right to damage seas & oceans with any waste like solid waste, chemical waste, nuclear waste. Afterall, these seas & oceans are home of marine life and we can not damage these fishes, coral life... we also know that many citizens eat fish which is part of marine life and we are also hoping that one day science will convert marine water into potable water.

We also know that neighbouring countries or countries of different continents fight with each other as enemies. But what happens to the citizens of these so called enemy countries ? Does these wars take care of accidents, adoption, education, environment, climate change... the simple answer which anyone can tell is NO. We cant stop wars but we would love to fight a war against cancer, a war against HVI or ebola or a fight against climate change. See 17 UN Sustainable development goals and targets of 2030.

Sustainability tree
Top

Purpose
Vision
Mission

Sustainability tree roots
Accountability
Culture
Ethics
Governance
Investing in future
Privacy
Safety
Security
Transperency
Trust
Values
Workplace

Business Processes
Administration

Advertising
Aftersales
Board
Base of Pyramid
Brands
Business Continuity
Cause Related Mktg
Conservation
Consumer Satisfaction
Corporate Affairs
Corporate Identity
Costcutting
Emissions
Energy Management
Ext Pro Response
Finance
Gender
Governance
Human Resources
Industrial Relations
Info. Technology
Innovation
Jobs for disabled
Jobs for locals
Jobs for poor
Jobs for women
Labour
Legal issues
Logistics
Mgmt continuity
Manufacturing
Marketing
Materials
Mining
Occupational Health
Packaging
Patents
Process effect
Procurement
Product effect
Product innovations
Products
Public Relations
Purchase
Quality Control
Reduce/reuse / recycling
Rehabilitation
Replenishment
Research
R & D
Responsible consumption
Safety
Science education
Services
Supply chain
Technology
Waste management
Water management
Women participation

People, planet pol.
Ready by 02.02.2016
Accountability policy
Addiction policy
Adoption policy
Advertising policy
Affirmative Action policy
Anticorruption policy
Antidiscrimination policy
Anti money laundering pol
Bribery policy
Capacity Building policy
Child Labour policy
Climate Change policy
Code of conduct policy
Competition policy
Confidential info policy
Conflicts of interest pol.
Content policy
Data Protection
Disclosure policy
Diversity
Employee relations
Employing Disabled
Energy
Environment
Ethics
Executive Sabbatical
Exit Interview
Gender
Gifts
GLBT
Health
HIV/AIDS
Human Resources
Human Rights
Inclusivity
Integrity
Intellectual Property
Labour
Material sourcing
Maternity Leave
Mining
Orientation
Paternity Leave
Philanthropic support
Political support
Privacy
Product Donations
Product policy
Project financing
Public policy
Quality
Replace & rehab
Research
R & D
Safety Policy
Securities Trading
Sexual Harrasment
Shareholder reso.
SHE policy
Stakeholder mgmt
Supplier relations
Supply Chain
Trade secrets
Treatment to animals
Waste Management
Water
Whistle blower
Women Participation
Worker Exploitation
Workplace harasse

Regulations
Self regulation
Industry regulations
Govt regulations
Intl agreements

Stakeholder dialogue
Academicia

Advertising Agency
Advocacy Groups
Alumni
Analysts
Associations - Business
Associations - Dev.
Celebrities - Dev.
Celebrities - Film
Celebrities - Sports
Citizens
Clients
Communities
Competitors
Community Clubs
Consultants
Consumers
Contract Labour
Corporates
Cultural clubs
Customers
Dealers
Doctors
Employees & their families
Environmental Groups
Funding Agencies
GRI
Global Compact
Funding agencies
Governments
Hospitals
Industry Associations
Investors
Lawyers
Legal Inst
Lenders
Lions Clubs
MBA Inst
Media
Medical Inst
NGOs
OECD
PR Agency
Partners
Philanthropists
Religious Leaders
Researchers
Rotary Clubs
Scientists
Shareholders
Social Business
Social Entrepreneurship
Social Groups
Soc Work Inst
Social Groups
Sports Clubs
United Nations
Suppliers
Volunteers
World Bank

Systems & Indices
Cleantech Index
ftse 4 good
Dow Jones Sust. Index
Global Carbon Dis Index
ISO (many subissues)
KLD Social Index
Nasdaq Omx crd Global sust 50 Index
Oekotex 100
Ohsas 18001
SA 8000
Wilder Hill Clean Energy

Networking
Networking

Signatory issues
Signatory issues

Sustainability
Sustainability of inst.
Sustainability of prog.

Reputation
Reputation of inst.
Reputation of progr

Reporting
Reporting
Annual Report
GRI Report
CSR Report
Community Report

Financial resources
Financial resources

Programmes
Programmes

Org environment
Org. Env.

Org. Health
Org. Health

Stakeholder search
Country Membership

Corporates
NGOs / NPOs
Funding Agencies
Philanthropists
Media
Awards
Awards giving insts
Award winners
Interviews

Sustainability search
Doctors
Hospitals
Helplines
Pledges

Nature & us
Ecotourism

Alphabetical order
Ad agencies
Associations-Business
Asso - Developmental
Clubs - Lions
Clubs - Rotary
Consultants - CSR
Consultants - Dev
Governance
Government
Law firms
Lawyers
Legal Institutes
MBA Institutes
Medical Institutes
NGOs - Credit rating
PR agencies
Politicians
Researchers
Scientists
Social Business
Social Entrepreneurs
Soc. Work Institutes
Speakers
Sports club
Sports Winners
Status in 2015
Status in 2020
Status in 2050
Transparency

Sustainability, reputation
Reputation of inst.
Reputation of progr
Sustainability of inst.
Sustainability of prog.

Only for India
District Information
MPs
Collectors
Justice Department
Police Department
Foreign Embassies
Artists
Award winners
Clubs - Community
Clubs - Cultural
Clubs - Giants
Film directors (Exp)
Film directors (New)
Film Writers
NGOs - activists
NGO/FA Founders..
NGO Prod./services
NGOs - SW
NRI Associations

Only for Thane
Thane 2015
Thane 2020
Thane 2050
Thane shopkeepers
Thane students
Thane teachers
Thane volunteering

Important in your life
Donation
Volunteering opp.
Volunteer (Add)

 

Philanthropy search
Accidents
Addiction
Adoption
Affirmative Action
Agriculture
Animal Welfare
Animals
Appropriate Tech
Arts & Crafts
Awards
Biodiversity
Blood Banks
Cancer
Carbon footprint
Caste
Child Health
Children
Climate change
Culture
Disability
Disaster Relief
Economy
Education
Energy
Environment
Financial Inclusion
Food
GLBT
Health
HIV
Human Rights
Hunger
Land
Livelihood
Marine Life
Mental Health
Microfinance
Military
Natural Resource Mgmt
Population
Poverty
Prisoners
Rural development
Sanitation
SC
Science
Senior citizens
Skill development
Sports
Suicides
Tourism
Trafficking
Tribals
Urban Development
Village Development
Vocational Training
Waste Management
Water
Wildlife
Women
Youth

Advertising of issue
Advocacy of issue
Ambulances

Celebrity search
Only philanthropic issues
Art celebrities
Business celebrities
Comedy celebrities
Dance celebrities
Developmental celebrities
Environmental celebrities
Fashion celebrities
Film celebrities
Health celebrities
Journalism celebrities
Literature celebrities
Music celebrities
Politics celebrities
Religious celebrities
Royalty celebrities
Science celebrities
Singing celebrities
Sports celebrities
Television celebrities
Theatre celebrities

Celebrities
We cover philanthropic issues supported by celebrities across the world and know not to share their addresses but brief profiles and the issues or NGOs/NPOs they support

We had an internal & external discussion on whether to consider children, youth, women, senior citizens as separate issues because they are an integral part of other issues, but we felt that a parent considers child as key and when the child has health issue, the parents considers visiting children coverage first and then they visit health as an issue.

Caste, colour, religion
Our cofounder has personally changed his views on caste, colour, religion, tobacco, nationality.. Please remember that there are about 1 billion citizens in this world who earn less that 1 USD a day. How many us have seen such people in real life (not just on TV or films or internet or youtube). For those who can not see people below the poverty line in real life, see Hari Wagh from rural area of Thane that we met in 2015

We are approaching corporates to share CSR approach of them & their industry .

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