Skill Development
Agriculture
Blood donation
Cancer 
Child Health
Children
Climate Change
Disability
Education
Energy
Environment
GLBT
Health
HIV
Livelihood
Nutrition
Rural Development
Senior Citizens
Tribals
Urban Development
Water
Women
Youth
 

Addiction
Adoption

Animals
Art & Craft

Biodiversity


Clean country

Clean river
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

In issues, we plan to share Government ministries, issue challenges, NGO success stories .... On the index page of issues, we plan to share celebrities which help issues. Selected doctors from Thane & World will be on the index page of health issues.

Corporates must think beyond business.
It can be business strategy because corporates win minds of consumers, communities, government officials, media, NGOs, countries and universe. And caring corporates get respect which helps them in sustainability and reputation

What ?

From November 2021 to 26th January 2022, we plan to share at least 1000 celebrities who are direct sufferers of social, health or climate issues or are financially or non financially helping social issues.

They can be philanthropists who earn millions of billions of dollars or film or sports or other great celebs who make their name famous in their country or across the world but at the same time know that they are celebrities because of their fans which are part of the community and so help their followers or influence them by real life example.

There are issues like botulism in health, where you cant find any great celebrities and same with out global example issue skill development. And this is despite of the fact that a film artist develops the skills and becomes film celebrity or a sports fellow gets lot of training and devotes substantial part of life to develop or aquire skills and then becomes sports celebrity. But still you wont find many great names who support this issue. But we know, Bhau & others postponed founder's death on 28.08.2013 to help mother earth and the fastest way is to get celebs on out side who influence their millions of followers to support issues.

We do not cover politics or political parties but are more than happy to share with them the challenges communities which vote for them suffer and NGOs which help them.

That is why we are planning to start STAR NGOs across the world as well as STAR NGOs in each issue which are already supported by corporates, corporate foundations, funding agencies & philanthropists.

 

Its ok if you dont know

In 2020, Eswatini had the highest prevalence of HIV with a rate of almost 27 percent.

The highest cancer rate for men and women together was in Australia, at 468.0 people per 100,000

About one in five adults in the U.S. experiences some form of mental illness each year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Around 15 per cent of the world’s population, or estimated 1 billion people, live with disabilities. They are the world’s largest minority. (WHO)

In 2017, Burkina Faso had the highest unemployment rate in the world, at 77 percent.

In 2019 an estimated 5.2 million children under 5 years died mostly from preventable and treatable causes.

Number of people who inject drugs (Year 2008)
aged 15-64 years : 11-21 million persons

Around 45% of deaths among children under 5 years of age are linked to undernutrition. These mostly occur in low- and middle-income countries.

8.9 million deaths are attributed to ischaemic heart disease (IHD), the world's leading cause of death, in 2019

 

Skill Development

We start with Skill Development and rest of the issues will be from November 2021

We started with IndianNGOs.com in 1999.
It meant three things.
1) It was Indian
2) It was related to NGOs means Social Sector
3) Dot com means we thought Social Enterprise

We did research of corporates and NGOs across the world with the idea as to how can Indian corporates & NGOs can learn from corporates & NGOs in different countries and how can they share their good working dynamics.
So it was professional.
But emotions took over professionalism.
So while it was an enterprise, we helped others at no cost or sometimes at hardly any cost.

We thought each country has different social issues and if the issue is same, then the dimension of the issue may be different based on history, culture, politics of a country. So issues were country based, which means for each country we had issues.

But because of technology and the pandemic of Covid 19, world is coming together.

So we have decided to put issues as issues and within the issue, we have shared countries continentwise.

We also did one important thing.

NGOs are Non Government Organisations and they are NPOs which means Not for Profit organisations. Now NPOs does not mean NGOs should not keep money as researves. They must keep substantial reserves so that because of pandemic situations, NGOs help to communities does not stop all of a suddent.

Secondly, NGOs must help Government and they may oppose views and programmes of government but should not keep communities out of action. So they must have several dialogues with Government and even if they do not work with government they must work for communities in a non activist role.

Typically, the geographies of countries are almost same continentwise, so we have divided issues into 6 continents because all of us know that as of now the seventh continent Antarctica has no population, no country.

Skill development is our sample issue and we will add social, Health & Climate issues from November 2021.

We know that two competing corporates compete with each other, study each other and when it comes to working with communities may try to be better than competitors. In a way it is good. We also know that companies with different product lines will not compete with each other but see the NGO others are financially supporting for last 3 years and may support the same NGO because the other corporate has been supporting it for 3 years means they have done credit rating of the NGO in their own way

Health issues

Covid19

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
Cerebral Palsy
Chagas disease
Chikungunya
Cholera
Chronic obstructive
pulmonay disease

Cleft lip
Cogenital anomalies
Contagious diseases

Contraception
Cosmetology

Deaf

Deaf blind
Dementia
Dengue
Depression

Diabetes
Diarrhea
Dioxins
Drowning

Dumb
Dyslexia

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

Richest individual investor in the world
Rich social investors

1000 Celebrities helping Social challenges ???
Billions of people across the world know that they have just 1 life and want to enjoy it rather than waste time & money on poor. But they must know that business people who have made Billions are donating billions of dollars, so are celebrities who have millions of fans, helping NGOs which work on as varied causes as poverty to population to environment to education to HIV to Health to Disability. We plan to share minimum 1000 celebrities who invest time or money to help & promote social, health, climate issues and will share them on the index page of each issue by 30th October 2021

That's the way
Whether it is corporates or funding agencies or philanthropists ... all look at ROI.

For corporates or investors or retail investors in stocks, ROI is Return on Investment. This ROI becomes almost like respiration for them.

When they give money to NGOs for social work, this ROI idea doesnt leave them. But here their ROI has different meaning.

It is Return on Invesment but from a different perspective.

R = Return in terms of Satisfaction
O = Opportunities to support (or serve) social, health or climate issues &
I = Impact the NGO makes

So in each issue, we share 100 to 300 programmes (no images) and below the programme, we will share the name with due link to NGO which runs the programme, the donor organisation (Corporate, Funding agency, Philanthropist, Lions or Rotary clubs or Celebrities ...) with link to it
or doctor & patient in each story with no links to any private doctor or patient because we care for privacy. So instead of the doctor, we will share the hospital's link and the patient till be from Thane which is our global example.

Most important point is that the NGO should not send their programmes. The donors should send the NGO programmes because then other donors feel comfortable that other donors have already experienced the impact of their donation. And without their financial support, the communities will not suffer because other donors take care of the communities through NGOs.

From 5.10.2021 to 31.3.2023, we plan to share 100 to 300 programmes which are global examples and they are from 50 to 100 countries, with 50% of them from India and at least 1 from Thane.

From all issues put together, we plan to share over 5000 to 10000 programmes. Anyone can replicate, modify the programs based on nature of challenges & behaviour of communities.

We urge corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists to share the examples because these will be seen as a Brand 's Social Responsibility and the NGO will get more funding & volunteering.

Dont send any presentations, images, pages, just name, link and state/ UT / District / Country (any country other than India) and we will share it in 3 working days on related page.

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India special
In each issue, we cover 6 continents (Antarctica is not covered) but we share India as additional page because it is our global example country.

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An important point
While we share NGOs in India with link to their programmes, we do not assure credibility of the NGO and the donor or media should use their criteria of impact of the work the NGO is making.

Dont send any presentations, images, pages, just name, link and state/ UT / District / Country (any country other than India) and we will share it in 3 working days on related page.

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