• Ngos in Bd
    calamities, International and local NGOs turned their efforts to longer term development in the absence of state capacity to deliver welfare. By the mid 1980s still lacking a strong state, NGOs were faced with the challenge/opportunity to deliver social services into the long term and became the...
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  • Management of Disasters and Crisis Situations in India with Focus on the Poor
    organisations (NGOs) engaged in disaster and crises management8, and partly on the research work done by the authors in the field of natural resources management over the last two decades or so. The issues involved are illustrated with suitable examples from disaster prone states of India...
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  • CRY - Childrens Rights
    guarantee implementation of their rights. CRY’'s role as an enabler has determined our strategic choices at every juncture - from the fundraising methods we employ, to the nature of our relationship with the NGOs we partner. Our interventions are designed to include - Direct action ameliorating...
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  • Climate Change & Current National Disaster Management Structuresof Pakistan
    : Disaster in national context is a catastrophe or a calamity in an affected area, arising from natural or manmade causes or by accident which results in substantial loose of life or human suffering or damage to, or destruction of property. Historical context: People have rights not...
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  • Rural developmet of Bangladesh
    Its Effect Figure 3 Population Graph of Bangladesh (Source: Trade Economics; World Bank) Natural calamities & environmental problem: Environment and natural calamities plays a vital role against the economical and infrastructure development of Bangladesh. The disastrous effect of...
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  • Communication Facilities for Disaster Management System
    carry out their respective activities efficiently. NON-GOVERNMENT VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS Emerging trends in managing natural disasters have highlighted the role of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) as one of the most effective alternative means of achieving an efficient communication link...
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  • Unisdr
    such as but not limited to training of personnel, procurement of equipment, and capital expenditures. It can also be utilized for relief, recovery, reconstruction and other work or services in connection with natural or human-induced calamities, which may occur during the budget year or those that...
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  • A Study of Vulnerable Flood Affected Districts of the State of West Bengal (India): Community Based Disaster Preparedness/Risk Reduction (I.E. Cbdp/Cbdrr) - a Proposal of Life Saving Strategic Disaster Preparedness Model.
    model. Nat. Haz., 31, 437–453. Gaur, S., & Chandrasekhar, T. 1996. Environmental Management: Role of NGOs, Risk Perception and its Mitigation. Jaipur: Book Enclave (NIDM 308). Joshi, M.V. 1994. Environmental Disaster: Causes, Impact and Remedies. Delhi: Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors (NIDM...
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  • Role of Ngo in Devlopment
    discrimination, prevent child labour and promote gender equality resulting in women receiving equal wages for the same work compared to men. During natural calamities they have played an active role in relief and rehabilitation efforts, in particular, providing psycho-social care and support to the disaster...
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  • Social Entrepreneurship
    benefit humanity. Quite simply, they are solution-minded pragmatists who are not afraid to tackle some of the world’s biggest problems.(Source: Skoll Foundation) 2.0 Status of NGOs in Mauritius Mauritius has a long history of civil society engagement in social, economic, cultural and political...
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  • project
    Building 23 3.8 Natural Resource Mana­ ement, Climate Change g 25 3.9 Techno-Legal and Techno-Financial Regimes 25 3.10 Integration and Coordination Issues 28 4 Role of NGOs in Disaster Response 31 4.1 Conceptual Understanding and Approach for Disaster...
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  • Urban Regeneration
    the District level officials and SDMs/Tehsildars/BDOs • Arrangement of vehicle and sound system for information dissemination. • NGO coordination and assignment of duty. • Proper record keeping and transmission of information to all the levels. • Holding of Natural calamity meeting. • Ensure...
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  • Ngo Development
    NGOs and Development in Bangladesh:  Abstract From its birth as an independent nation in 1971, Bangladesh became a site for Non Government Organisations.  Initially focussed on relief and rehabilitation activities following the War of Liberation and succeeding natural calamities...
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  • THE ROLE OF WORLD VISION PHILIPPPINES IN NATION-BUILDING
    making it a better organization. D. Significance of the Study The existing literature about nation-building in the Philippines does not take into account the role of NGOs. The proponents wish to address this research gap by providing an analysis of the role of one of the largest international non...
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  • Disaster Mamagement
    DISASTER MAMAGEMENT 1. Introduction. Disaster of Risk management is activity directed towards the assessing, mitigating and monitoring of risk “An search process that is harmful and/or their property is called natural hazard and control/management of such hazards is called risk management or...
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  • Enabling Inclusive Innnovation
    buffaloes facing decline due to diminishing grazing resources, compounded by natural calamities and a policy environment influenced by industry-driven initiatives. Earlier interventions by the state government primarily tried to address this issue technologically but the problem was not abated. NGOs...
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  • Functions of Sangguniang Panlungsod Standing Committees
    . Provide and recommend measures for improvement and proper implementation of policies, programs and regulations related to peace and order and the roles of the police authorities in time of disasters and calamities; 3. Provide and recommend measures in the coordinated efforts to support the Philippine...
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  • Csr Activities
    Unions, Consumer Groups, Environmentalists, NGOs and all ‘Stakeholders’ watching over their interest as opposed to ‘Stockholders’ only. The role of business worldwide and specifically in the developed economies has evolved over the last few decades from classical ‘profit maximizing’ approach to a...
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  • Riverbank Erosion - Understanding & Approaches
    with natural calamity and sudden losses to the river through erosion. According to Baqee, peopling of char-lands is rarely a spontaneous event. It is guided and selective. Baqee shows a pattern of linkage between natural process and power structure of the society. He relates the entire peopling...
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  • Suppply Chain in Disaster
    UN as the year of "Natural Disasters", the importance of logistics and proper relief chains in place cannot be overemphasized. In relief situations, multiple stakeholders have to come together. Business planners, government officials, NGO representatives, beneficiaries and all players critical to...
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