Governments, NGOs, Corporates, Funding agencies or any organisation in any district of India or in any country having programmes on this issue can email their name, project title and link to their official site to Datacentre@CSRidentity.com We will share it free within 120 hours. We dont take holidays on Sunday or any religious day.

A. V. Birla Group is bearing the cost of
1) Sharing links to Central, State, UT, District Government schemes.
2) Sharing links to NGO websites on the page of the district where it operates. When you go to their website, you can see detailed information of the programme, funding proposals of the NGO, volunteering requirement, brief profile of the NGO, board of the NGO, funders of the NGO, credibility of the NGO, contact details of the NGO ...
3) Sharing links to Corporate / Funding agency websites which financially support the programmes on Sustainable Livelihood on the page of the district where it supports.

Its free to share and see the organisation. We will share the name and link it to the website within 7 days of the email.
We will share it in as many districts as the organisation is doing real programmes.

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See who can be Free on SE
See who can be on the SE page for their visibility & they pay visibility fees and are not free
What about Non NGOs like governments, funding agencies and corporates who financially as well as through volunteering support NGOs)

This is an ideal Stock exchange not a real Stock Exchange and it is only for social & health issues

Across the world, we want corporates to do management core competency volunteering with NGOs and while they can do the same with any NGO, the index page of each social issue gives them or their offices list of NGOs which can be contacted because we are giving links to the NGO websites

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What it means ?

CSRidentity.com thinks Livelihood must be sustainable. If one gets Livelihood for 1 or 2 years and then there is no income generation opportunity then it may have effects on education, poverty. It may lead to bad criminal issues, bad politics and other vulnerable issues.
And livelihood can be of many categories like a cobbler, a lathes operator, a film heroine, a sports leader, a doctor, a political leader ...

The sustainable livelihoods idea was first introduced by the Brundtland Commission on Environment and Development as a way of linking socioeconomic and ecological considerations in a cohesive, policy-relevant structure. The 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) expanded the concept, especially in the context of Agenda 21, and advocated for the achievement of sustainable livelihoods as a broad goal for poverty eradication. It stated that sustainable livelihoods could serve as ‘an integrating factor that allows policies to address ‘development, sustainable resource management, and poverty eradication simultaneously.

The concept of Sustainable Livelihood (SL) is an attempt to go beyond the conventional definitions and approaches to poverty eradication. These had been found to be too narrow because they focused only on certain aspects or manifestations of poverty, such as low income, or did not consider other vital aspects of poverty such as vulnerability and social exclusion. It is now recognized that more attention must be paid to the various factors and processes which either constrain or enhance poor people’s ability to make a living in an economically, ecologically, and socially sustainable manner. The SL concept offers a more coherent and integrated approach to poverty.
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A livelihood comprises the capabilities, assets (including both material and social resources) and activities required for a means of living. A livelihood is sustainable when it can cope with and recover from stress and shocks and maintain or enhance its capabilities and assets both now and in the future, while not undermining the natural resource base. (Chambers & Conway, 1991)

Why only NGOs ?
Why not corporates, government, FAs ?

You may think we share only NGOs issuewise and not governments, corporates, funding agencies, corporate foundations ....

Our answer is clear
We share NGOs on the index page of each issue because we want to help NGOs more and many corporates, funding agencies fund NGOs to solve the issue challenges, volunteer for communities through NGOs. Even some governments work with communities through NGOs through schemes ...

We share some NGOs on the index page through our research as well as suggestions from someone sponsoring this issue.

So what happens to other NGOs, corporates, funding agencies ....?
We share their name with link to their official website page which shares their initiatives. This will help NGOs find the donors in their country or in case of India, in the district where they have or want to have programmes.

NGOs which want visibility ?
Earlier we had a provision where some NGOs which want visibility will share their name with due link on this column. But thought it may look like a paid site and not one which is strict in sharing. So we have decided to leave that thought.