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Welcome to Shibganj Integrated Development Society
ALL BEINGS ARE FOND OF THEMSELVES, THEY LIKE PLEASURE, THEY HATE PAIN, THEY SHUN DESTRUCTION, THEY WANT LIFE AND WANT TO LIVE LONG. TO ALL, LIFE IS DEAR; HENCE, THEIR LIFE SHOULD BE PROTECTED.
1. Safety and Quality Management 2. Budgeting and Costing 3. Understanding and Caring 4. Site supervision, Administration and Execution 5. Legal Compliance 6. Best solutions and timely services
• Selection of areas • Identification of the target groups • Follow the rules and regulations of VO and Govt. • Project implementation as per instructions of the Donor partners. • Managing Committee formation as per bye-law time to time. • Timely Audit, place of audit report in the annual general meeting and convene others meetings. • Update social media sites and maintenance of accessible website. • Cooperation with the people, Panchayats, local administration, state and central Govt. departments and Donor partners. • Good governance and performance base Management. • Transparency and Honesty. • Scaling up of own capacity. • Effective use of Resources’ • Sustainability of the organization. • Networking with the likeminded NGOs and Forums.
OUR CORE VALUES
We believe that every person is a seed that can be nurtured to help grow a better world.
We believe that every person's human rights should be respected, affirmed, and fulfilled.
We believe that by solving problems at the community level, we can strengthen a beautiful society.
We believe that Responsibility, transparency and Accountability make an organization grow.
Pursuing innovative and effective solutions, creative ideas, and ongoing improvement, Innovation is a key driver for our growth.
SIDS is committed to the equality of opportunities for all, irrespective of gender, caste, creed, ethnic and other social differences in its policies and programs.
SIDS aspires to demonstrate a different model for women empowerment and gender justice, child rights and protection and sustainable livelihood models.
We believe that Participatory decision making process, Dedication and professionalism form the foundation of an organization.
Adolescence is the beautiful period of life. The adolescents are the future of the nation, forming a major demographic and economic force. We are committed for their development of all sides.
Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well- being. Health is important to live life to the fullest. When a person leads a healthy lifestyle, the body remains healthy and the mind is active and fresh. Living a healthy life would extend longevity and also regenerates the body and mind. The importance of good health in a person's life is undoubtedly great. A healthy person is a person who is able to serve himself, his nation and his community. Health is the factor that helps a person performs his daily life tasks in a correct and right way. An unhealthy person who suffers from illness sees him weak and meager, unable to properly carry out the duties and responsibilities incumbent on him.
Our health depends upon several factors such as food, pollution, regular sleeping habits, fresh air, water, sunlight and healthy mental condition. Studies show that students with better nutrition have better attention spans, better class participation and higher test scores. For a healthy life cycle, a person needs to have a balanced diet and has to regularly exercise. It is correctly stated that Health is the actual wealth that a person can retain. Good health of both body and mind helps one maintain the required energy level to achieve success in life.
Education is the birthright of every child. Children are the future of our nation. Education is an essential component in a child's life as it enhances their skill, personality and attitude. Education helps a child in learning humanity, good manners, and how to behave with others. We all parents want to see our kids getting success of life which is possible only through good education. An educated child can bear the ups and downs of his family and achieve a respectable position in society. Early childhood stage is the most vulnerable stage in life. A child's early years are the foundation for his or her future development, providing a strong base for lifelong learning and learning abilities, including cognitive and social development. During childhood, the importance of education is more as it is an excellent time for children to develop social and mental skills which would help in their growth and success. Understanding the importance of child education, the Indian constitution has imposed the Right to Education act, 2009, to make education mandatory for children between the ages 4 to 6 years.
A school is a place where children learn the basics they need to know for building the future. It provides a foundation for developing skills, more specific to primary education. School life provides stability in life. School is important in a child's life as it develops self-esteem in a young mind. Children can be able to develop useful activities through education only. It is the only source to ignite this world. Thus, the overall development of children depends on the education they get. Every parent should realize the importance of education and send their children to school on time.
Empowering women is a fundamental right of women. Empowering women is essential to the health and social development of families, communities and countries. When women are living safe, fulfilled and productive lives, they can reach their full potential. Empowering women is ensuring that women have an equal opportunity to engage in all sectors of society. They can have equal rights to participate in education, society, economics and politics. Women in our country face a lot of harassment, verbal abuse, mental abuse, rapes, discrimination at work, etc. Women are still discriminated on their gender. They are not given the same right as men. Women are still paid less, expected to cook, clean etc. They are still strict by their culture and family. However it is possible to help women defend themselves against these injustices with different kinds of empowerment, such as social, economic, educational, political and psychological.
Women are capable, powerful and unstoppable. Women have made the world a better place with their endless strength, determination and belief. The full participation and partnership of both women and men is required in productive and reproductive life, including shared responsibilities for the care and nurturing of children and maintenance of the household. So, women empowerment is really needed in the societies.
Environmental protection is one of the basic prerequisites for the overall development of any country in the world. It is essential to protect the environment as it is safe for humans and crops and safe for plants and animals. It is very important for us to protect our environment, so that we can continue to live on the planet in a healthy and safe atmosphere. Environmental protection focuses on solving problems arising from the interaction between humans and environmental systems and includes issues related to conservation, pollution, loss of biodiversity, land degradation or environmental policy. We should have to protect the environment to create a better life style for ourselves. Otherwise, we would be consciously participating in the calamity of destroying our planet, and humans, as well as all other living things on earth would face a great loss.
It is more of a moral obligation for humans to protect the environment from pollution and other activities that lead to environmental degradation. Importantly, environmental degradation is detrimental since it threatens the long term health of the animals, humans and plants. It is everyone's responsibility to take care of the environment to make this planet a wonderful place to live. An environment is a place where everybody meets and lives. It has been rightly said that environment is not a property to diminish. So, everyone must have an opportunity to learn about the importance of environmental protection.
India is a global agricultural powerhouse. It is the world's largest producer of milk, pulses, and spices and has the world's largest cattle herd, as well as the largest area under wheat, rice and cotton. It is the second largest producer of rice, wheat, cotton, sugarcane, fruit, vegetables and tea. Though industry has been playing an important role in Indian economy, still the contribution of agriculture in the development of Indian economy cannot be denied. In India at least two-thirds of the working population earns their living through agricultural works. Agriculture is extremely important in our lives because it not just provides us with food; it provides us with employment opportunities, resources and technology. It has been the foundation for man's existence and survival. It has been a source of food, nourishment and medicine for at least several thousand years. Agriculture and its related activities have always held a significant share in our national income. Both the central and state governments of the country earn significant revenues from the agriculture sector. There are several important industries in India such as cotton and Jute textiles, sugar manufacturing, plantation industries (Tea, Coffee, Rubber) and many agro-based cottage industries that depend on agriculture sector for the supply of their raw materials. Agriculture products constitute a large part of the total exports of the country. Even after over seven decades of planning since the independence, majority of the farmers are still facing problems of poor production and/or poor returns.
Rural development is the process of improving the quality of life and economic well-being of people living in rural areas, often relatively isolated and sparsely populated areas. Traditionally, rural development was centred on the misuse of land-intensive natural resources such as forestry and agriculture. However today, the increasing urbanization and the change in global production networks have transformed the nature of rural areas. Rural areas are known as a village in India. It has a very low population density. Rural development still remains the core of the overall development of the country. In rural areas, agriculture is the chief source of livelihood along with fishing, cottage industries, daily labor wages work, etc. More than two-third of the country's people is dependent on agriculture for their livelihood, and one-third of rural India is still below the poverty line.
Rural development is a term that concentrates on the actions taken for the development of rural areas to improve the infrastructure of the rural areas, to reduce unemployment by providing opportunities for employment, to provide clean water, education facilities, electricity and proper communication.
However, few areas that demand more focused attention and new initiatives are: • Education • Public health and Sanitation • Women empowerment • Infrastructure development (electricity, irrigation, etc.) • Facilities for agriculture extension and research • Availability of credit • Employment opportunities