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90% of the donation amount will be given on a quarterely basis in equal amounts (18% each) to following 5 locations or NGOs or directly to NGOs working in these locations. 1) developmet of Kokanipada village , 2) development of Bhinar school of tribals & Nimbavali village , 3) Yamgarwadi school of nomadics , 4) Kai Wamanrao Oka Blood Bank, 5) MBA Foundation
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New way of celebration
Do celebrate birthdays, anniversaries & Shraddha / day when someone close to you left this world by donating funds or non financial usable things to the needy and as a return gift of your donation, you get an invaluable GIFT and this is invaluable satisfaction.
We started this process on 10.2.2015 (just a day after Bhau left this world) when we had to make changes in the website of Kai Wamanrao Oka Rakta Pedhi and then on Bhau's name through Developed Nation Network Trust, we are constantly helping Kokanipada village school. Again on 27.3.2017 (my paternal aunt - atya and my maternal aunt - ashamavashi, left this world on 27.2.2015 & 28.2.2015 respectively) and we helped Kokanipada school children.
This is a our way (new way in the world of donation) of observation and we urge people across the world, to follow this process or may be take a high jump or take a lift and help needy substantially.

Adopt a village or at least support a village
Lok sabha & Rajya sabha members of Indian parliament can adopt one village. The goal is to develop three Adarsh Grams by March 2019, of which one would be achieved by 2016. Thereafter, five such Adarsh Grams (one per year) will be selected and developed by 2024.

(PM Narendra Modi said in his speech that, "An MP does not adopt a village. A village adopts an MP")

Inspired by the principles and values of Mahatma Gandhi, the Scheme places equal stress on nurturing values of national pride, patriotism, community spirit, self-confidence and on developing infrastructure. The SAANJHI will keep the soul of rural India alive while providing its people with quality access to basic amenities and opportunities to enable them to shape their own destiny.

The Scheme is unique and transformative as it has a holistic approach towards development. It envisages integrated development of the selected village across multiple areas such as agriculture, health, education, sanitation, environment, livelihoods, etc. Far beyond mere infrastructure development, SAANJHI aims at instilling certain values, such as people’s participation, Antyodaya, gender equality, dignity of women, social justice, spirit of community service, cleanliness, eco-friendliness, maintaining ecological balance, peace and harmony, mutual cooperation, self-reliance, local self-government, transparency and accountability in public life, etc. in the villages and their people so that they get transformed into models for others.

The Members of Parliament (MPs) are the pivots this Scheme will run on. Gram Panchayat would be the basic unit for development. It will have a population of 3000-5000 in plain areas and 1000-3000 in hilly, tribal and difficult areas. In districts where this unit size is not available, Gram Panchayats approximating the desirable population size may be chosen. The MP will identify one Gram Panchayat to be taken up immediately, and two others to be taken up a little later. Lok Sabha MP has to choose a Gram Panchayat from within his/her constituency and Rajya Sabha MP a Gram Panchayat from the rural area of a district of his/her choice in the State from which he/she is elected. Nominated MPs may choose a Gram Panchayat from the rural area of any district in the country. In the case of urban constituencies (where there are no Gram Panchayats), the MP will identify a Gram Panchayat from a nearby rural consitutency. Primarily, the goal is to develop three Adarsh Grams by March 2019, of which one would be achieved by 2016. Thereafter, five such Adarsh Grams (one per year) will be selected and developed by 2024.

The MPs will engage with the community, facilitate the Village Development Plan and mobilise the necessary resources. The Development Plan will place a special emphasis on enabling every poor household to come out of poverty. Prior to the plan formulation, there will be a systematic environment creation and social mobilisation, which will be led and guided by the MP himself/herself. The planning process in each village will be a participatory exercise coordinated by the District Collector. The MP will play an active facilitating role in this exercise.

The MPs will also directly support activities at village level like health camps, organising grievance redressal camps, community mobilisation etc. They will give a direction to holistic development and our ingenuous villagers will pave their own path through their hard work and entrepreneurial skills. Some of the crucial features of the SAANJHI are highlighted below.

SAANJHI gives focus to community participation. Social mobilization of village community can trigger a chain of other development activities in the village. For instance, reducing risk behaviours like alcoholism, smoking, substance abuse (drugs/tobacco/gutka etc) among all age groups of population.

Strengthening of local democracy through strong and transparent Gram Panchayats and active Gram Sabhas and facilitating good governance is also an important objective of SAANJHI. Women participation in the decision-making process will be encouraged. In fact the Scheme envisages holding Mahila Sabhas and Bal Sabhas to discuss women and children specific issues and concerns. E-governance will also be given a push.

Ensuring universal access to education facilities, adult literacy, e-literacy are also important goals of SAANJHI. In addition to this the Scheme also pays attention to providing infrastructure in schools like toilets, libraries, and supporting smart schools. It is important for our young generation to inculcate a sense of confidence and values such as respect for women, martyrs and elders, good hygiene, respect for the environment, good reading habits etc. Apart from education, these villages will have quality health care. The outcomes will include 100% immunization, 100% institutional delivery, reduced IMR, MMR, reduction in malnutrition among children etc.

To create vibrant and harmonious society within the village activities like honouring village elders, folk art festivals, having a village song etc. will be promoted. Personal development through sports, regular physical exercise, balanced nutrition, personal hygiene is another unique aspect of the Scheme.
Adoption and adaptation of technology and introduction of innovations are critical to this programme. This will include use of space application and remote sensing for planning, mobile based technology for monitoring, agriculture technology for increasing productivity etc.
Since the SAANJHI has activities cutting across different spheres, in order to implement the Scheme successfully close coordination and convergence will be required across different Ministries, departments, Schemes of the Government of India, MPLADS, State Government and the private sector. Tied and untied funds for e.g. untied resources of the Gram Panchayats like own revenue, Central and State Finance Commission grants etc must be used to optimise implementation. Ministry of Rural Development will be nodal Ministry coordinating and monitoring the Scheme closely to ensure its efficient implementation. In order to operationalize the strategies the central sector and centrally sponsored schemes along with the state schemes will have to be implemented in a convergent and integrated manner to generate maximum synergy. The Ministries/Departments concerned will take appropriate action to make suitable changes in the Guidelines to enable priority to be given to the Adarsh Gram.

At the national level, a separate, real time web based monitoring system will be put in place for the scheme covering all aspects and components. The Ministry will put in place a specially designed capacity building programme for Government functionaries at different levels including Gram Panchayats. In addition to preparing detailed handbooks for operationalizing the Scheme, the Ministry will also be conducting orientation workshops for MPs over the next few months. The Guidelines of the Scheme are a blueprint for implementation and provide a broad strategy and expected outcomes. At the state level there will be an Empowered Committee headed by the Chief Secretary consisting of the relevant Departments and including experts, as required with at least two Civil Society representatives. The Secretary of the Rural Development Department of the state will be the member convenor. The district Collector will be the nodal officer for implementing the SAANJHI. He will conduct a monthly review meeting with representatives of the participating Line Departments. The Members of Parliament concerned will chair the review meetings.

It is also proposed to have a mid-term evaluation of performance through a competent independent agency. Also a post project assessment of performance and outcomes would be similarly undertaken.
Four kinds of awards have been decided to be given in the following categories:-
1. Best practices
2. Best Charge Officers
3. Best District Collectors
4. Best Adarsh Grams.

It is hoped that the Adarsh Grams will be replicable and sustainable models. In the days to come there would be hundreds of innovations and stories of success from these model villages.

 

1. Andaman & Nicobar Islands
2. Andhra Pradesh
3. Arunachal Pradesh
4. Assam
5. Bihar
6. Chandigarh
7. Chhattisgarh
8. Dadra & Nagar Haveli
9. Daman & Diu
10. Delhi
11. Goa
12. Gujarat
13. Haryana
14. Himachal Pradesh
15. Jammu & Kashmir
16. Jharkhand
17. Karnataka
18. Kerala
19. Lakshadweep
20. Madhya Pradesh
21. Maharashtra
22. Manipur
23. Meghalaya
24. Mizoram
25. Nagaland
26. Odisha
27. Puducherry
28. Punjab
29. Rajasthan
30. Sikkim
31. Tamil Nadu
32. Telangana
33. Tripura
34. Uttar Pradesh
35. Uttarakhand
36. West Bengal

Mahatma Gandhi's idea of a village
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SAANSAD ADARSH GRAM YOJANA
Far beyond mere infrastructure development, SAGY aims at instilling certain values in the villages and their people so that they get transformed into models for others.
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Role of CSR

As per Para 14 of Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana Guidelines, each Gram Panchayat should proactively tap the resources and the strengths of the private, voluntary and cooperative sectors (PVC Sector) which could help in making available relevant technologies for local adoption and making investments / providing services for local economic development, either independently or to supplement Government efforts.

To Leverage the strengths of the private, voluntary and cooperative sectors (PVC Sector) for SAGY, the Ministry requested State Governments to compile and forward those projects under SAGY which require technical and/or financial assistance from PVC Sectors so that they can be made available on a single web page.

The following are the projects received from the state governments and are duly approved by respective District Nodal Officers. The interested PVC actors are requested to directly get in touch with the respective state governments for further steps.

Search projects List for CSR

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Important note on new pages we will share
We have various Census 2011 CDs and will place villages in India in the district pages that we will create from 1.5.2017 to 28.5.2017

 
 
These three banners can be different for each village page, state / UT page of India, district page, Mahatma Gandhi page, sagy page, index page, India index page, Kokanipada page, Nimbavali page.
We may not get any banners in many village pages in 2017-18, so we can give this banner space to any advertiser (all the advertisers will be donating, so they are donors) on a monthly basis, and at much reduced donation amount.
It may happen that an advertising or PR agency which operates in India or in many countries will shares different banners in different villages or pages. And this is perfectly okay with us.
But again, as a responsible organisation, our editorial has a definite & clear say in type of ads accepted here, even though they are a client of our client.
If you want to share your banner here, email to Datacentre
Any organisation or individual wants to take banners should pay a donation to Developed Nation Network Trust.
90% of the donation amount will be given on a quarterely basis in equal amounts (18% each) to following 5 locations or NGOs or directly to NGOs working in these locations. 1) developmet of Kokanipada village , 2) development of Bhinar school of tribals & Nimbavali village , 3) Yamgarwadi school of nomadics , 4) Kai Wamanrao Oka Blood Bank, 5) MBA Foundation
The banners will be linked to the related donors site or a particular page.
As a responsible organisation, our editorial has a definite & clear say in type of ads accepted here.
If you want to share your banner here, email to Datacentre.