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Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village
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Social Project Report on Givashi Happy Village

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This project was undertaken by a group of management students of PUMBA, for the sustainable development of a hamlet. We successfully completed the project with support of Rotary Club and the Faculty …

This project was undertaken by a group of management students of PUMBA, for the sustainable development of a hamlet. We successfully completed the project with support of Rotary Club and the Faculty of PUMBA.

The duration of this project was a month. Various studies were carried out and steps for inclusive development was started in this period.

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. This was the ideology behind our commitment towards the project.

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  • 1. SOCIAL PROJECT REPORT ON “GIWASHI HAPPY VILLAGE” Submitted by Col. Hemant Atre Neha Mehta Aboli Joshi Aarti Sonawane Atul Gupta Vikram Phalak Anurag Tammadwar Clement Raj Ritesh Saria Aditya Amist
  • 2. INDEX CONTENT 1 Project Introduction 5 Planning Our Activities 2 About Rotary International 6 Execution Of The Project 3 Rotary: Concept About Happy Village 7 Conclusion 4 Team Pumba View Of The Project
  • 3. INTRODUCTION Social ProjectVidEntry.wmv
  • 4. About Rotary International Service above self The mission of Rotary members is to unite at home and across the globe to put their experience and knowledge to work tackling our most pressing challenges. They focus their efforts in six areas: promoting peace, preventing diseases, providing access to clean water and sanitation, enhancing maternal and child health, improving basic education and literacy, and helping communities develop. The Rotary Foundation helps fund our humanitarian activities, from local service projects to global initiatives. There are 34,282 clubs and over 1.2 million members worldwide.
  • 5. Happy Village Concept Happiness is the key factor for PEACE. When will there be Peace? When all are happy around. A Rotary Club chooses a village to focus and concentrate all its service activities in that one location thus ultimately changing the lives of villagers and working towards achieving sustainable and holistic developments of these villages on a long term. The Happy Village project is the result of deep thought on translating one of the objectives of Rotary International's strategic plan to focus and increase humanitarian service through an exciting, easily executable club project that will sustain and make a visible difference to the society.
  • 6. Happy Village Concept: Avenues Medical Facility Literacy Vocational Training Social Welfare Agricultural Development
  • 7. Project Execution
  • 8. ‘Team PUMBA’ view of the project The students of PUMBA set to plan the objectives on which they could work and effectively contribute towards meeting the Rotary objectives. However the task had certain obstacles as follows: General Information about the town and its demography. Understanding the needs of the villagers. Understanding the Goals set by Rotary Club and participation as Management students. Accordingly the students visited village to get first-hand information about the village. They carried out their survey by individual visits to the villages, including the Sarpanch, the Social Worker (Gram Sewak) , seeing the infrastructure, meeting the village officials including the Sarpanch and the Social Worker (Gram Sewak) and also meeting the individual villagers and understanding their problems.
  • 9. PLANNING THE ACTIVITIES Emphasis was given executing projects which could bring long term effect on the society While determining the Tasks, we set to check our inherent strengths. The strengths considered were the basic education of all students. Our representatives met Rtn. Girish Koher, Secretary, Rotary Club, Parvati who invited them to attend a meeting and elaborate their plan to the other members Final Execution of Project Following decisions were taken: Hygiene and Sanitation Electrical Supply Empowerment of the Women  Vocational Programs.  Banking & Finance  Health Science
  • 10. Existing Situation: Giwashi, Dhangarwadi & Margaliwadi Geographical Taluka: Velhe. Block: Ambegaon. Approx. houses: 30 Approx. population: 130 Nearest Primary Aid Centre : Velhe ( approx 20 kms) Nearest city : Pune ( approx 76 kms) Access : During summers/winters : by road from Pune- Panshet-Karantol- Lavasa. During monsoons : by boats/waterways Waterbody : backwaters of Panshet Dam. However the villagers are not permitted to use these waters for farming .
  • 11. Problem Areas Hygiene and sanitation • Toilets • Potable water Education Economy Lack of Government Schemes Electricity Social Empowerment
  • 12. EXECUTION OF THE PROJECT Women empowerment Paper Bag Making-Alternate business source Village womenfolk could not afford heavy investments Mrs. Nisha Gujrathi conducted the workshop on paper bags. Around 18-20 women from the village attended the Training They were taught how to make paper bags from old newspapers (raddi papers). These would be of three different sizes. Social ProjectVidpaperbag.3gp
  • 13. Awareness about Saving Schemes The earnings from different sources could be utilized properly. Household Financial needs are many Initial survey We students decided to educate them about various govt. schemes available & how it could help them settle their future.
  • 14. Small Saving Schemes Post office savings account Post office time deposit accounts-Types-1 year/2 year/3 year/5 years maturity. Post office recurring deposit accounts Post office monthly income accounts National savings certificate Kisan vikas patra Public provident fund scheme 15
  • 15. Nutrition Many studies in India have reported the prevalence of anemia in infants and children varying from 60% to 80%. In 1990, UNICEF ranked micro-nutrient supplementation the 2nd highest priority in advancing the lives of people in developing countries. A lecture addressing the micro and macro nutrients deficiencies for the local and surrounding village ladies was conducted.  The consequences of Vitamin A, Calcium and Vitamin D, Iron and Iodine deficiencies were shown through a PowerPoint presentations.
  • 16. Nutrition The lecture also included dietary changes and inclusion of different foodstuffs in the daily diet to address the deficiencies. It also included information of nutritious food stuff and their cheap and easily available alternatives as it was understood that the most easily available grains in this area were rice and wheat. Nutrition knowledge and health tips to improve and maintain health was written in Marathi and distributed to the local people.
  • 17. Hygiene & Sanitation Government stopped many Grants. They need around 30 toilets to be built in Givashi, Dhangarwadi and Magalwadi. Basic Structure is ready. Suggestions Fiber Brick & Mortar But finally we suggested Brick Mortar because of the weather conditions. Rotary has approved the plan and ready to execute. 18
  • 18. Other Infrastructure Electricity is still a problem in Dhagarwadi and Margalwadi Rajiv Gandhi Garmin Vidyutikaran Yojana.  Village has applied to MSEB which is taking concrete steps. School Library Building Village well Village Office 19
  • 19. Eye & Dental checkup Approximately 75-80 villagers check up done. Dr. Sameer Dolare(Dentist). Dr. Mohan Paranjpe (Ophthalmologist) Cataract (major) and Glaucoma (minor) defects were found in most of the cases. Prescribed and distributed primary medicines free of cost . 20
  • 20. Social ProjectViddental.MOV Social ProjectVideyechc1.MOV 21
  • 21. Conclusion and Future Scope 1 This Social Responsibility activity opened our eyes to the abject reality that villages having no basic facilities exist just within 60 kms of a prosperous towns like Pune. 2 3 We would to extend this project to further market integration, to improve the lively hood generation and standard of living. This project gave us an opportunity to understand the ground level realities. We would to extend our Management knowledge to give back to the society.
  • 22. THANK YOU

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