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    Women welfare:

    Under the scheme which is assisted by Norwegian Agency for International Development (NORAD) projects of skill development and training of achieving self-reliance through income generation for women are supported. These projects of training for income generation are in the non-traditional trades and are funded by the Department of Women and Child Development. The State Level Empowerment Committee for NORAD was constituted and a number of NGOs were recommended to Govt. of India for sanction under the scheme. Viz; St. Xavier of Christ Jesus West Garo Hills and Salesian Sisters of Northern India Auxilium Convent Nongthymmai, Seng Kynjoh Shaphrang Ki Kynthei Kyndong Tuber, Jaintia Hills, Okkapara Mahila Samity, West Garo Hills, Garobadha Women Society, FNA Out Reach for under privilege Women and Children (OUWC), Golflink Belfonte and WISE Social Service Centre, St. Mary’s Convent, Laitumkhrah.

    Child Rights:

    Children's rights are the human rights of children with particular attention to the rights of special protection and care afforded to minors. This includes their right to association with both parents, human identity as well as the basic needs for food, universal state-paid education, health care and criminal laws appropriate for the age and development of the child, equal protection of the child's civil rights, and freedom from discrimination on the basis of the child's race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, disability, color, ethnicity, or other characteristics. Interpretations of children's rights range from allowing children the capacity for autonomous action to the enforcement of children being physically, mentally and emotionally free from abuse, though what constitutes "abuse" is a matter of debate. Other definitions include the rights to care and nurturing.

    Environment Protection:

    The forest can deliver the functions of protection or conservation expected from it only if it is either in its natural state and under good natural ecological conditions or, when in use, it is managed in a sustainable manner. Under such conditions, health and vitality are very important. It is the vitality of forests that allows them to grow with sufficient strength and vigour in a way that will counter physical forces affecting soils through water erosion. It is this same vigour that allows a well-structured architecture and rich foliage that can counter wind erosion. The health of forests is fundamental to many of their environmental functions. However, forests are often affected by insects and other pests. They may be affected by a number of physiological alterations depending on climate changes, especially droughts. With health, vitality and a proper state of conservation, management and development secured. the forest intervenes especially in the following major environmental and protective functions..

    Animal Protection and welfare:

    Part of Animal Mosaic – our online hub and forum for scientists, academics and students whose work involves and affects animals. Sentience Mosaic features a huge range of content on the science of animal sentience. It’s also home to an open forum – where anyone working in, or interested in, the field of animal sentience can network, share issues and work together. Sentience Mosaic includes.Live online debates between experts from a range of different disciplines and sectors, with site users encouraged to participate

    Women Empowerment:

    India’s poor performance on women’s empowerment and gender equality is reflected in many indicators. In many parts of the country, sex ratio has dropped to fewer than 850 females per 1000 males. India is ranked 132 out of 148 countries on Gender Inequality Index as per the 2013 Global Human Development Report. Women from disadvantaged groups such as Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and minorities in particular face discrimination, exploitation and limited employment opportunities. Our work recognizes that women are by no means a homogenous category. UNDP argues that where development is not ‘engendered’ it is ‘en-dangered’. As a result it is ensured that vulnerable women benefit from all initiatives.

    Drop out child school admission:

    Part of Animal Mosaic – our online hub and forum for scientists, academics and students whose work involves and affects animals. Sentience Mosaic features a huge range of content on the science of animal sentience. It’s also home to an open forum – where anyone working in, or interested in, the field of animal sentience can network, share issues and work together. Sentience Mosaic includes.Live online debates between experts from a range of different disciplines and sectors, with site users encouraged to participate

    Polio Vaccination:

    The oral polio vaccine (OPV) was developed in 1961 by Albert Sabin. Also called “trivalent oral polio vaccine” or “Sabin vaccine”, OPV consists of a mixture of live, attenuated (weakened) poliovirus strains of all three poliovirus types. - See more at: http://www.polioeradication.org/Polioandprevention/Thevaccines/Oralpoliovaccine(OPV).dpuf.OPV produces antibodies in the blood to all three types of poliovirus. In the event of infection, these antibodies protect against paralysis by preventing the spread of wild poliovirus to the nervous system. OPV also produces a local, mucosal immune response in the mucous membrane of the intestines. In the event of infection, these mucosal antibodies limit the replication of the wild poliovirus inside the intestine. This intestinal immune response to OPV is thought to be the main reason why mass campaigns with OPV can rapidly stop person-to-person transmission of wild poliovirus..