NGO Brands
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NGO Brand Surgery

The NGOs may be good brands like Pratham in India or there are very good NGOs which are not known brands.

In every country, corporates are known to many like there is hardly anyone who doesnt know Tata Group in India .

Pratham works in most of the districts in India but if one compares number of people in 1300 million (130 crore) India who knows Tata Group and Pratham, then Pratham will not be even a 2% (that is the percentge of brain to body mass) or not even 0.3% or 0.45% (that is minimum the percentage of heart weight in human body mass) vote of adults above 18 years..

But we plan to share 100000 NGO Brands in over 150 countries & islands and one can give funds to them directly.

We are not a commission based agent which charges comission of the amount you donate to NGOs. If a corporate requires it from us, we will do it as consultancy but we know we have to do additional offline research, have to involve our time with partner organisations, do telecon, study reports and then give consulting reports. It costs, so we will change the cost as consultancy fees but as far as possible, we will not do it because we want to invest our time in digitising modules and make them internet driven.

We agree that these agents, many of which are good consultants have to pay to their employees, infrastructure and visits. So we will never ever say dont go to them.

But we are different. So our ways of helping is different.

We know Tata Group and Pratham closely.
We think Tata Group thinks consumers, customers, clients, supply chain as family members and think environment & climate must be taken care of. So completely caring.

We know the number of children or adults that go to Pratham schools or education system is one of the largest number in the world.

But we also know that we cant change people's mind.

Afterall, most of the people in India, use some or the other Tata product everyday and they dont go to schools everyday after they pass out the final school exam.

But we think knowledge of the most brialliant student is like a drop in the Knowledge of Ocean. So go to school, but alwasy keep yourself update with knowledge even if you pass with gold medal in school, college.

That is why we are starting Knowledge Bank in memory of founder's father Bhau, who was in Reserve Bank of India and founder's mother, Aai, who indirectly inculcated Value of Education in him.

No school or college has dedicated Value of Education classes, so we are starting an online version of it after August 2022, when founder turns 60 and he will donate a minor amount of Rs 100 000/- on that day to 4 NGOs. And this is his starting point of donating.

He plans to donate Rs 100 00 000/- is his life either to NGOs or Charities or enhancing Knowledge of people across the world through health information and through NGO Management guidelines.

Since the amount is small compared to the need of even Thane, whenever he gets income, he is thinking of investing Rs 100 00 000/- in Knowledge Bank where everyone, whether in government or corporate or NGO or media or funding agency or is a knowlegable doctor has free Knowledge Bank account and Brands can help him not just build this virtugal bank but promote it globally.

And he has no money as of 29.6.2022.
So he is donating time.

Founder was keen to give everything free to everybody and not even take salary. But accident court case changed his views because even if the doctors say it was an almost fatal accident, the court sancioned an amount of Rs 500 000/- plus Rs 100 000/- in Fixed deposit which will be received after 3 years. And the amount his family received from Mastek Foundation, Adfactors PR (largest PR agency in India), Venkat Krishnan and a not to be shared Philanthropist is much more than the Rs 600 000/- and all was given by direct bank transfer because founder's CA was clear that one should not spend more than Rs 2000/- by cash. Of course, when we buy from grocer or travel by an auto or taxi, drivers wanted cash money. But government has changed even this because everyone takes online money now (credit card or paypal or gpay).

Like brands are known, they still do advertising & PR so that their identity is known to many, we were surprised to see even good lawyers have face value - brand name (law system remains same but who said matters more. e.g. a thing like no corruption accepted by a peon or clerk in a company is valued less than the CEO saying they dont accept corruption. Agreed, their saying becomes important because they have a far bigger role for the company.

That is why we want good NGOs to be Brands, so that they attract more donors & volunteers and can invest time in helping communities rather than in fund raising which goes on auto mode for Brands.

Inhumans doing good PR
Humans who didnt purposely see their father, grand father, father in law maybe using communication as a means to do PR but it is not sustainable PR if one knows the truth. Their PR stands for Perishing Reputation that they earned from good things they have done or are doing or will do.

Because it is like a person who purposely throws bomb or nuclear bomb or murder someone or purposely does accident trying to kill someone or use bad words (we call it as mental rape) is seen as good human being by someone else because they maynot know the person's wrong behaviour or they purposely neglect it.

Past is important because present and future depend on it
If one says dont look at the past, then it is meaningless.
Afterall, you got the job because you were educated or skilled in the past.
You exist today because you ate everyday till today (if you would not have eaten, then you would have died or in acceptable words, expired or left the world)
Heart surgery is done by a professional cardiac surgeon who got related education and practicals in the past.

Just because you are daughter or son or sister or brother of someone doesnt mean, you can do anything illegal or unethical. Yes, you can buy time, you can murder someone. But you cant kill truth.

NGOs work for communities.
Many NGOs which work for tribals or with indigeneous communities or in disaster relief, live dangerous life. It is unfortunate that they dont take term insurance. Maybe because they dont have related money.

In such cases, philanthropists can come forward and do term insurance of such greats. This gives some relief because Term Insurance in India means if you die, your nominees get money.

Founder has done his term insurance because after accident he equated the accident to what someone said on 11th July 2013 of Raktappat (blood loss) and he knows that anyone can murder anybody any time. After the assasination of former PM of Japan Shinzo Abe, his thinking is clearer. And assasinations of two of India's PM's (Indira Gandhi & Rajeev Gandhi) substantiated his thinking.

But founder believes in law and Law, Police, Politicians, NGOs, Corporates, Funding agencies, Doctors, Taxi drivers know the case.

But like a product has expiry date, we know all including us have expiry date. So we decided that instead of we working, we will integrate NGO Brands across the world at our cost but will need someone to take care of global promotional expenses.

In India, there are about 3.3 million NGOs and we think the world may have 8 million to 10 million NGOs. So if we plan to share and promote only 100000 or 200000 NGO Brands by 31.3.2024, its not a big figure.

 

 

It may happen that the NGO Brands we share have some other purpose. Check it before you partner.

While we share only those NGOs which are financially supported by corporates or funding agencies or philanthropists or are started by Ashoka Fellows or TED speakers .... CSRidentity.com is aware that there are reports, videos that share that suggest that corporates or funding agencies or philanthropists are supporting some NGO Brands with some purpose which is not development oriented, some do it with purpose of saying they donate but asking NGO Brands to give some of the donations back to them. But this is what we hear and we dont have legal proofs and do not want to enter into legal zone..

Therefore we request all the corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists to do their own credibility check before partnering with NGOs for community work.

Does this mean that CSRidentity.com is not taking responsibility ?
We are trying to save your time. So from thousands of NGOs which you are bombarded with, we share those that are financially supported by corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists, started by Ashoka Fellows or are TED speakers. So we are saving your time with clear guidelines.
If you dont tell a doctor that you have diabetes, he will give you medicines which are not good for diabetes patients.
In online medical advice, a doctor depends on what you share and she or he cant be blamed if they are not told right things.
We are like online doctors and share guidelines.
So dont blame us when you donate to an NGO without checking it yourself.

Whether it is Corporate or Corporate Foundation or Funding Agency or Philanthropist with talent & experience, they know how to select NGO partners. In the volatile situation that the world is facing now, they are more careful.
They know the unfortunate fact that NGOs dont have succession planning. So in case the founder leaves the NGO because of age or accident or leaves the world, the NGO collapses immediately or in a year or two, if it has no succession plan. And the founder's daughter or son may not be capable to handling the NGO because they have to professionally manage funds and not emotionally handle funds because the funds are given by corporates or FAs or philanthropist or retail donors for the community using the NGO as media. That is why founder Sanjay Kumud Moreshwar Bapat whose one son is disabled and the other is a doctor, wont give CSR Consulting or Developed Nation Network Trust to any of his sons but to professionals who will do their role of helping the world through CSRidentity.com and not those who pay the money to get more money.

How we select NGO Brands ?
We think all NGOs are brands.
But know the NGOs are started by humans, so like corporates or media or any organisation, some NGO Brands are good, some dont use the funds for communities or some use for anti government or religion promotion or give some moeny back to donors for the purpose both of them know.
We thought of NGO Credibility checking but founder was part of a team which debated about NGO Credibility in India in 2001-2002 and within IndianNGOs.com, we had a team which looked at various criteria to look. And we realised it will take 3 to 6 months to study an NGO character in detail by visiting the NGO, the communities they serve, the related media or the funding agencies or corporates financing them, the related government authorities ....

It is not at all practical to do it in a large country like India and now that we plan to cover all countries, it is not right to even think that we can do it. So saying it or taking money to do 10 NGO's credibility in a year, is wrong.

So what is the way out because we plan to share 25000 NGO Brands issuewise and countrywise in 2022-23 ?
The best is


How we select NGO Brands
There are millions of NGOs in this world.
If the charity is good and works in a small village or location or in forest, they work on multiple issues. If the charity of NGO is in city, they focus on 1 to 3 issues or maybe 5.
These NGOs or charities work on multiple issues

We invite donors (Corporates, Corporate Foundations, Funding agencies, Philanthropists, celebrities) just share the name of the NGO they are partnering with alongwith Issue the NGO partner works and the related country.
We also invite organisations which give fellowships to individuals like Ashoka or Ted to share the related info. Ashoka has about 3500 fellows from 90 plus countries (founder got Ashoka Fellowship in 2005).

We know we cant check credibility of 50000 NGOs in one year or 20 years or 200 years because credibility depends on the leaders who govern the NGO.

Bhau & others postponed founder's death on 28.08.2013 maybe because he has not served Mother Earth enough.
Life with responsibility is joyful living.

And the fun is if the NGO receives fund without knowing who promoted them.
But let the NGOs dont know our name, we want funders to know us, so that they can share free the NGOs they fund.
So promoting NGO Brands is a selfish motive because founder wants to enjoy satisfaction of helping without noticed.
And the NGO can be anywhere in the world.

So the best way is
1) Let Corporate, Corporate Foundation, Funding Agency, Philanthropist (from any country), who have CSR Budget or Funding budget of Rs 1 crore or USD 0.13 million share the names of NGOs.
They dont have to give any amount to us. We share the NGO Brands with link to their website on related issue.
They just have to share a link on their official website which gives names of their NGO Partners.
(We dont want letters because then it becomes a personal thing, they should share related link)
Some celebrities may not have their own website but have facebook or whatsapp pages. In such cases, a personal letter is required because in faebook or other such portals millions of their followers write various non NGO related things and we dont want people to come to us to see that, it is better they go to such pages on their own.

2) If the NGO founder is selected by Ashoka for fellowship.
Ashoka has about 3500 plus fellows in 90 odd countries (Founder is fortunate to be an Ashoka Fellow for his social enterprise IndianNGOs.com which is the parent company of CSR Consulting which takes care of CSRidentity.com, a social enterprise whose canvas is this world & universe)

3) If the NGO founder is invited on TEDX or organisations which directly dont collect money for NGOs

4) An enterprise started by our global example, Venkat Krishnan or NGOs recommended by him (ideally we think world will be great if we have one Venkat type person for each continent or greater if each country has Venkat type fellow but we know it is toooooooooo much expecting to have such greats. So let it be a dream)

Note
Having talked with some corporates, funding agencies, we will not share NGOs which are working on politics or with naxalites or terrorists or promote sex or promotes criminil activities (of course we will support NGOs which work with people within Jail to ensure their change of behaviour or taking care of their parents, spouse and children and are thinking of helping Thane Jail directly as well as through some others)

Of course we will promote NGO Brands to donors by investing our time.
But money can help us promote these brands with more professional organisations in different countries. That is why we want organisatons to support social, health, climate issues.

Responsibility is to help all NGO Brands and not just 1.
NGOs within the country are shared alphabetically. No NGO can come in the top 10 even if their corporate partner pays several times more because we have to take care of all NGO Brands responsibly and our NGO, Developed Nation Network Trust will come in D in the issue it supports not first or last NGO.

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Give billions of dollars but ensure that it has impact.
Just emotion driven giving can be just a percent of your total giving.
99% of your donation must be impace driven.

And when you are emotionally driven, let the charity or the NGO which received the donation be professioanal. It has to be a social enterprise for its own sustainability because the giver will expire one day but the charity or the NGO should not expire if the donor (and yes, if the founder) expires.

From the donors look at the ROI.
ROI is not financial returns.
Here R = Returns (Satisfaction)
O = Opportunities to help social cause
I = Impact of donation

Politicians, Political parties & Thane
Our global example is Thane and many think Thane plays great role in Politics.
It is interesting that we have dealt with politicians.
Founder's school mate Rajan Vichare is Member of Parliament of India (twice as of now)
Founder took some session and used to know Shri Vinay Sahastrabuddhe when he was Director General of Rambhau Mhalgi Prabodhini. Today, Vinayji is MP, Rajya Sabha

The Thane Municipal Commissioner, T Chandrashekar, who launched founder's portal on Thane in his office, has a political party in Andhra Pradesh.
The Joint Commissioner of Police of Thane, V V Lakshminarayana, who used to volunteer for an NGO Hostel in rural Thane and founder used to meet him there, is now a politician in Andhra Pradesh.
The former MP from Thane, Late Prakash Paranjpe used to stay close to founder and founder with his family (he has a son with disability Rohan) stayed at Prakashji's Delhi house.

Founder has many classmates who are at top positions in corporates in India, USA, Germany, Australia ... but the non financial power of elected politicians is far higher than the power of any corporate. So founder is keen that school bright students think of politics. But he knows politics is a field which 99.99% cant handle as leaders.

Social issues

Skill Development
Agriculture
Blood donation
Cancer 
Child Health
Children
Climate Change

Disability
Education
Energy
Environment
GLBT
Health
HIV
Housing
Livelihood
Nutrition
Rural Development
Senior Citizens
Tribals
Urban Development
Water
Women
Youth

We have shared Cancer, Child Health, Disability, GLBT, Health, HIV in social issues
Blood donation is our global example
Social issues are brands
Addiction
Adoption

Animals
Arts

Biodiversity


Clean country

Clean river
Crafts
Culture

Disaster Relief
Diversity


Economy

Ecotourism
Education
- Primary education
- Secondary education
Employment
Endangered Species

Financial inclusion
Fisheries

Girl child

Heritage
Housing
Human Rights

Hunger

Income Generation

Indigeneous communities

Jobs for disabled
Jobs for locals
Jobs for poor
Jobs for women
Justice

Marriage
Migration

Orphans

Peace of mind
Population
Poverty
Prisoners

Recycling

Religions

Sanitation

Science

Sports
Suicides


Trafficking

Village Development

Waste Management

Health issues

Covid 19

Accidents
Acid attacks
Acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy
Alzheimers (Aai)
Animal bites
Anthrax
Arsenic caused
Asbestos related

Assistive devices & tech
Asthma
Autism

Bacteria & diseases
Blind

Botulism

Cardiovascular diseases 

Cataract
Chagas disease
Chikungunya
Cholera
Chronic obstructive
pulmonay disease

Cogenital anomalies
Contagious diseases

Cosmetology

Deaf

Dementia
Dengue
Depression

Diabetes
Diarrhea
Dioxins
Drowning

Dumb

Ebola
Echinococcosis
E. coli
Electromagnetic fields

ENT

Epilepsy
Eye diseases

Falls
Family welfare


Gender diseases

Gynacology

Herpes
Hepatitis

Immunization

Infectious diseases
Influenza


Japanese encephalitis

Juvenile patients

Kidney-Nephrology,Urology

Leishmaniasis - Kala azar
Leprosy
Liver
Lungs - Pulmonary diseases

Malaria
Measles
Meningitis

Mental disability
Mental health

Mercury & health
Monkeypox

Nervous system
Noncommunicable dis..

Obesity
Onchocerciasis

Oral health = Dentistry
Organ transplantation
Orthopedic disorders

Physical disability
Plague
Pneumonia
Poisoning
Polio

Prisoners Health

Rabies
Radiation
Radon and health

Respiratory diseases

Rubella

Salmonella
Schistosomiasis
Schizophrenia

Sexual health
Skin diseases
Sleeping disorders
Soil-tran helminth inf
Spinal cord

Stomach diseases

Trachoma
Traditional medicine

Tuberculosis

Ulcer (Bhau)

Variant Creutzfeldt

Practices
Organ Transplantation
Fitness
Health care waste

Expiry dates
Patients first
Prequa by WHO
Substd . medical products

Yogasana

Symptoms
Anaemia
Antibiotic resistance
Cold
Contraception
Cough
Fever
Flu of various types
Haemoglobin disorders
Vector-borne diseases
Viral diseases
Worm diseases

Health is social
Non drs helping
Handwash
Human rights
Workers health
Salt reduction