Guest speaker session by Mr. Anoop Pant from Save A Mother

I’m very glad to share about Millap origination. We had session by Mr. Mayur chavdri co-founder Milaap. He shared about what Milaap working, whom with they are working and who is their partner, He shared all thinks. It was nice session for me, because he stated session very enthusiasm and h e entreated all fellows.
Milaap one of the Online found rising web set    
Next about Milaap   
Milaap is an online platform that enables you to lend to India’s working poor so they can get access to education, clean water, energy and more. It’s a loan, not a donation. This means you get your full loan amount back once your borrower repays it.
How they are working
Milaap working solar lighting made to underprivileged households in Orissa while working at SKS Micro finance. He released that one of the reasons such products failed to make a bigger impact was because loans for these were unavailable at low interest rates.
He teamed up with Sourabh (who having sold the product of his first start up was looking to build a consumer-facing internet start up for social impact) and Mayukh (who was trying to build loan programs for small scale retailers and kirana shop owners selling lighting products in rural Uttar Pradesh) and started Milaap in June 2010.

 Field partners

·         Guardian

·         Sakhi Samudaya Kosh (SSK) and Sakhi Retail

·         Indus tree Crafts Foundation (ICF)

·         GRAVITY

·         Dhosa Chandaneswar Bratyajana Samity (DCBS)

·         Safe hands

·         Med skills

·         Gramalaya Microfin Foundation (GMF)

·         Talent Sprint

I Really  very happy because this is one of the online fundraising web site.  This website collecting   found on online. Give who are need people


Guest speaker session by Dr. G S Suryaprakash

  Dr. G S Suryaprakash
I would like to share about yesterday’s guest speaker session. We had guest speaker session by Dr. G S Suryaprakash date 19-06-2013 in the morning at 11:00 AM. He shared about his organization Bhoruka Charitable Trust was established in 1962 by the late Shri.Prabhu Dayal Agarwal.\

The Trust is engaged in developmental activities in different states of the country and presently, they are implementing various projects in Rajasthan, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Andaman Nicobar.

The Trust has been operating free health clinics in different states of southern India since its inception which is managed by our Bangalore office. Besides running dispensaries in Bangalore, Mumbai, Ahmadabad and Port Blair, the Bangalore office is also undertaking many health care development activities with the help of TCI- Bhoruka group companies and various government and other agencies.

This office is mainly involved in the field of management and control of HIV/AIDS among the truckers, their associates and commercial sex workers.

Project office Bhorugram
1.     HIV/AIDS Awareness Program:
They are working with This Project is funded by KSAPS and covers the truckers driver and their associates, sex workers (female, male and eunuchs), Men Having sex with Men (MSM) and Injecting Drug users operating in Bangalore Urban Zone –V. The main activities conducted under this project during the reporting period are
·         Interacted with 19000 target groups (truckers their associates, Homilies, female and eunuch sex workers and slum dwellers).
·         Around 1.65 lakhs pieces of condoms were promoted among these groups and 730 STI cases were treated and counseled.
·         Identified and trained 55 Peer Educators among the primary and secondary stake holders.
Awareness Strategy
·         Street plays
·         Mobile Exhibition
·         Six health camps
·         STI and general health services
·         Voluntary Counseling and Testing
 2. School AIDS Education Program:
In order to create awareness for HIV/AIDS amongst the adolescent youths in the senior secondary schools, this program was initiated with the help of State Health Department. Under this program 21 secondary and senior secondary schools of Rajgarh and Churu blocks of the district were selected. Following activities were conducted:
3. Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Center Bhorugram
The Trust has been running a ten-bedded MCH Center at Bhorugram to provide medical and health facilities to the rural poor of Bhorugram and adjoining villages since its inception. The following activities were undertaken during the year
4. Natural Resource Management:
Rainwater harvesting for the Promotion of Horticulture: The agriculture is totally dependent on monsoon in this region and considering the frequent drought like situation a demonstration project for the promotion of arid horticulture using the rainwater was initiated with the help of Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi.
Under the project plantations of grafted Ber will be undertaken and the rainwater will be used for the irrigation purpose.

Sustainable agriculture Module

Sustainable agriculture Module

I’m very happy to share about Agriculture module session my learning, I was Attended agriculture Session, these sessions taken by Mr. Sanjevee & Mr. Unisa khan  they taught about sustainable agriculture fast day session. I learn t about sustainable agriculture let now
What is sustainable agriculture?
Sustainable agriculture is nothing but In simplest terms, sustainable agriculture is the production of food, fiber, or other plant or animal products using farming techniques that protect the environment, public health, human communities, and animal welfare.  This form of agriculture enables us to produce healthful food without compromising future generations’ ability to do the same
How to control pesticide effect on human health
Now day in agriculture former are using chemical pesticide, lot of former depended chemical pesticide, but health effects of pesticides depend on the type of pesticide. Some, such as the organophosphates and carbonates, affect the nervous system.
 Others may irritate the skin or eyes. Some pesticides may be carcinogens. Others may affect the hormone or endocrine system in the body. EPA’s human health risk assessments for many pesticides,
  • ·         Uses according to the label are safe for humans and the environment.
  • ·         Pest control companies have to follow strict guidelines
  • ·          Are subject to random inspections.
  • ·         Use natural pesticide
  • ·         Ban Chemical pesticide
  • ·         Give awareness don’t use chemical pesticide
  • ·         Use only a licensed pest control operator
  • ·         Use natural like neem pesticide.
  • ·         Advise your neighbors in advance of any external pesticide treatments.
  • ·         Relocate pets during treatment until the pesticide is dry.
  • ·         Ensure that all doors and windows are closed if the pesticide is to be applied outdoors.
  • ·         Ensure that all bench tops and kitchen utensils are thoroughly cleaned before any food is prepared. Ventilate the house, by opening all doors and windows, for a few hours when you return if the pesticide has been applied indoors.
At present, the farmers concentrate mainly on crop production which is subjected to a high degree of uncertainty in income and employment to the farmers. In this contest, it is imperative to evolve suitable strategy for augmenting the income of a farm.
1.      The integrated farming system approach introduces a change in the farming techniques for maximum production in the cropping pattern and takes care of optimal utilization of resources.
2.      The farm wastes are better recycled for productive purposes in the integrated system.
3.      A judicious mix of agricultural enterprises like dairy, poultry, piggery, fishery, sericulture etc. suited to the given ago-climatic conditions and socioeconomic status of the farmers would bring prosperity in the farming.

Agriculture filed visit

Agriculture filed visit                                            
Let me share, my today experience about agriculture filed visit. Today we had agriculture filed visit. It was new experience for me because I heard about sustainable agriculture, and I learn’t only theory class, like what is sustainable agriculture.
Today I was visited agriculture filed. Today morning we went to filed visit at 10:00AM. Fistedly we visited Naragunda Taluk Shanwada village this village people now they realized what is important of sustainable agriculture. This village people took initiative to adapting sustainable agriculture, they only now building form pond in their filed. They using to build form pond like 5 Gunt, 10*10 fit depth.
What is sustainable agriculture?
“Sustainable agriculture is the efficient production of safe, high quality agricultural products, in a way that protects and improves the natural environment, the social and economic conditions of farmers, their employees and local communities, and safeguards the health and welfare of all farmed species.”
I was very happy to see this because farmer they came back to sustainable agriculture. We had a discussion about farm pond with Mr. Unisa khan sir. He gave some information to us.
2nd Visit
Afterword’s we met Mr. Vasudeva filed he has have 8 actor filed in this filed he growing mango trees 280 and Chico, coconut. I was surprised because he growing all trees in dray lend. Now day’s farmer straggling to get normal crop.  But he was growing Agriculture plants. After that he explained all thinks. Then we came to now all think. One more good thing is he was not using comical fertilize. He was using only organic fertilizer.

This filed visit very helpful to our further Improvement. I had such good experience in this field visit. I was learn’t many things through this filed visit such has I found what is different between sustainable agriculture and Agriculture. Really sustainable agriculture makes big change in agriculture. If want develop farmer they need to adept sustainable agriculture. It need to develop our Indian agriculture.
 I would like to say thanks to Mr. Unisa khan and Mr.sanjeev sadhani and all our DFP team. 

World Blood Donor Day, 14 June 2013

Give the gift of life: donate blood

Every year, on 14 June, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day. The event serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank voluntary unpaid blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood.Transfusion of blood and blood products helps save millions of lives every year.
It can help patients suffering from life-threatening conditions live longer and with higher quality of life, and supports complex medical and surgical procedures. It also has an essential, life-saving role in maternal and perinatal care.
However, in many countries, there is not an adequate supply of safe blood, and blood services face the challenge of making sufficient blood available, while also ensuring its quality and safety.
An adequate supply can only be assured through regular donations by voluntary unpaid blood donors. WHO’s goal is for all countries to obtain all their blood supplies from voluntary unpaid donors by 2020. Today, in just 60 countries, national blood supplies are based on close to 100% voluntary unpaid blood donations, with 40 countries still dependent on family donors and even paid donors.

Every blood donation is a gift of life

The focus for this year’s campaign – the 10th anniversary of World Blood Donor Day – is blood donation as a gift that saves lives. WHO encourages all countries to highlight stories from people whose lives have been saved through blood donation, as a way of motivating regular blood donors to continue giving blood and people in good health who have never given blood, particularly young people, to begin doing so.
The objectives of this year’s campaign are to:
  • Thank blood donors for their life-saving donations;
  • Promote voluntary unpaid blood donation; and
  • Convince ministries of health to commit to achieving self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products based on 100% voluntary unpaid blood donation.
The host country for World Blood Donor Day 2013 is France. Through its national blood service, the Establishment Franglais  Sang (EFS), France has been promoting voluntary non remunerated blood donation since the 1950s. A global event will be held in Paris on 14 June 2013.
To let us know about your plans for World Blood Donor Day, or for access to our virtual workspace for sharing materials and information relating to voluntary blood donation, contact us at

“We had legal module by Mr.prashanth Deshpande”

Module name- legal module
I would like to share about today’s learning’s. Today we had session by Mr.prashanth Deshpande he was thought about legal module. It’s really and very interesting module for me because I learn t many thinks in this session.Before I know what are the thinks need to register to NGO but not mach. know I come to know through this session.
Fast India society registration act passed in 1860. After 100 year in Karnataka government passed society registration act in 1960. Then what is NGO?
NGO is nothing but nonprofit organization. This is registered under the 1960 society registered act 1960. What are the thinks need to register to NGO Such as before going to register NGO we should do three Meting. After the meeting apply 1A form hen application after MO– memo rend am association, A`O- article association, and from 32, form 18, with stamp and fee 500Rs.
  1. Persons-7
  2. Capital- Not
  3. Name-
  4. Objective-
  5. place
Application for registration
  1. Name-
  2. MOA,Bye,Laws
  3. Government body-
  4. list of  member
  5. registration fee- 500
After that we learn’t about 1882 Trust act which is register under 1882 act.  Also we learn’t 1956 company act.So totally very good and more productivity day session to me. In this session Mr.prashanth connected one quiz regarding legal module in this quiz our team is win.

About Fundraising Module

Date-24-06-2013 to 02-07-2013

Place- Gaddnkari Tanda, Bagalkota 

I would like to share about fundraising module. The fundraising module is one of the module in Deshpande fellowship program which is allows to learn’t practical Fundraising and event management, coordination, Convince to people. We have done our fundraising activities 24-06-2013 to 02-07-2013 at Bagalkota Dist-Gaddnkari Tanda Village.

Firstly our team member’s choice place that is Gaddnkari Tanda Village. After that we planed which event we need to conduct then finally we planned to conduct “Sangeeth Sonja” Program. Next we planed how to raise fund firstly we made donor list after that we went Bagalkota Tanda village in this village. Afterword’s we met Panchyth President and we talked with him to get permeation he gave some suggestion and he arranged room for us.

We made tow group in our team and we stated to raise fund In Bagalkota and Gaddnkari, Tanda village. We raised fund four days. And collected fund from donor, Village people. We conducted program Such as “Sangeeth Sonja” This program we invited kalkeri Sangeeth student they are performed in this program.

This program we invited Bagalkota Zilla Panchyth Member Mr.Hovappa Rathod, and Mr.Rathnappa Rathod and village people, village people also participated. Totally we done good event.

In this module I learn’t many thinks through this Module  like Before going to fundraising we should plan about Event and Donor list, place, and Place & Event, Approach to Donor and people, Event management, Team management,

In my perspective fundraising module it’s very learning module to me and our team didn’t get any difficult during the fundraising event.