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DANIDA
AGA KHAN FOUNDATION
CARE FOUNDATION
Presented by: Dr. Manish Kumar
MBA(1st Year)
OVERVIEW
Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA)
DANIDA is the term used for Denmark’s development
cooperation, which is an area of activity under the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs of Denmark.
 Founded in 1962.
Denmark’s development policy aims to combat fighting
poverty through promotion of human rights and economic
growth.
 has responsibility for the planning, implementation and
quality assurance of Denmark’s development cooperation.
Denmark is one of the five countries in the world that
meets the United Nation's target of granting 0.7% of gross
national income (GNI) in development assistance.
 Headquarter : Copenhagen(Denmark)
Local inhabitants building an access road between the villages of Ganhoua and Za Lyca
in Benin as part of a Danida project. Roads are an important part of development.
GOALS
 Poverty must be fought with human rights and economic growth. This
is the strong message in the strategy for Denmark’s development
cooperation, “The Right to a Better Life”.
Four strategic priorities
 Denmark will concentrate its development cooperation on four strategic
priority areas which are interconnected and which will enable Denmark to make
its contribution to combating poverty and promote human rights.
 Human rights and democracy
Green growth
Social progress
Stability and protection
GOAL :Human rights and democracy
Denmark will lead the fight for
 human rights
 democracy
 good governance
through the commitment to multilateralism and in
the countries Denmark engage in.
Goal: Green Growth
Economic growth is necessary to eradicate poverty.
Due to increasing pressure on natural resources and higher
demand for food, energy and water, growth needs to be
green.
Denmark will contribute to paving the way for global and
local solutions to these challenges, and put pressure on the
multilateral system to strengthen their efforts to support
developing countries to promote and stimulate green growth.
Goal: Social Progress
Social progress is needed if people are ever to fight their way
out of poverty and practice their rights in society.
Today, many poor people have obtained access to
• health
• education
• water and sanitation
But, there is still much to be done in many countries.
Denmark will therefore place allocation and rights in social
sectors higher on the agenda in Danish development
cooperation, with special focus on women and gender
equality.
Goal: Stability and protection
Fragile states are characterized by
 weak state structures
 weak internal cohesion and
 object inequality.
Fragility and conflicts hinder
 development and poverty reduction
 create or worsen humanitarian crises and
 are breathing grounds for instability and migration.
Activities
The aim of Denmark’s development cooperation is
to reduce poverty through the promotion of human
rights and economic growth. It is focused on some of
the poorest countries in the world.
Results
Danish development assistance programmes
achieved their goals in 83 per cent of cases in 2013.
Every goal that is achieved is a small step on the
way to creating development in some of the poorest
countries of the world.
The long-term significance of development
cooperation
 The long-term objective of development cooperation is to reduce
poverty and create development in some of the poorest countries in the
world.
 Development takes time. It is a result of many people’s work.
Sustainable development requires, among other things:
Growth and jobs,
Peace and stability,
Equal opportunities for men and women,
Consideration for the environment and natural resources,
Freedom,
 gender equality,
 democracy and rights
so that everyone can grow and contribute to the development of the country.
Introduction
The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is a
 private
 not-for-profit
 international development agency.
 founded in 1967 by the Aga Khan.
 seeks to provide long-term solutions to problems of
• poverty,
• hunger,
• illiteracy and
• ill health
in the poorest parts of South and Central Asia, Eastern and
Western Africa, and the Middle East.
Areas of focus
The Foundation concentrates its resources on selected
issues in:
 health
 education
 rural development
 environment and
strengthening of civil society.
Seeking innovative approaches to generic problems,
it tries to identify solutions that can be adapted to conditions
in many different regions and replicated.
Area of focus: Health
Aga Khan Health Services (AKHS)
 one of the most comprehensive private not-for-profit
health care systems in the developing world.
 Building on the Community's health care efforts in
the first half of the 20th century.
 AKHS now provides primary health care and curative
medical care in Afghanistan, India, Kenya, Pakistan, and
Tanzania.
 provides technical assistance to government in
health service delivery in Kenya, Syria and Tajikistan.
Area of focus: Education
The AKDN’s education programmes cover a wide spectrum of
activities ranging from early childhood care and education
through to degrees in medicine.
Following are the lead organizations in education---
Aga Khan Education Services,
Aga Khan Foundation ,
Aga Khan University,
Aga Khan Academies and
University of Central Asia
but all institutions are involved in some form of training or
education, whether it is through curriculum reform, exhibitions
of Islamic art or literacy programmes for employees of economic
project companies.
Area of focus: Rural development
The Aga Khan Foundation is committed to reducing rural
poverty, particularly in resource-poor, degraded or remote
environments.
It concentrates on a small number of programmes of
significant scale.
Programmes typically link elements such as-
 rural savings and credit
 natural resource management
productive infrastructure development
 increased agricultural productivity and
 human skills development with a central concern for
community-level participation and decision-making.
Area of focus: Environment
The challenge of improving environmental conditions lies not in
an inherent conflict between humans and the natural world,
but in the penury of natural resources that often forces people
to consume the few environmental assets available to them.
These conditions often create a downward spiral that results in
 deeper poverty
 depleted soils
 deforested hills
 polluted water and
 disease.
Area of focus:
Strengthening of civil society
Strengthening civil society to improve the
quality of life is a central goal of the AKDN.
 Civil society is increasingly recognised globally
as a building block for democracy and economic
development.
 AKDN understands civil society in the
broadest sense of civic institutions working for
the public good.
Funding and Grant making
The Aga Khan Foundation is the principal grant-making
agency for social development within the Aga Khan
Development Network.
The Aga Khan provides the Foundation with regular
funding for administration and new programme initiatives
The Islamic community contributes volunteer time,
professional services and substantial financial resources.
 Other funding sources include income from investments
and grants from government, institutional and private
sector partners - as well as donations from individuals
around the world.
Awards and Recognition
The Foundation received the 2005 Award
for Most Innovative Development Project from
the Global Development Network for the
Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP)
in Pakistan.
OVERVIEW
“Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere”
 A major international humanitarian agency
 Delivering broad-spectrum emergency relief and long-
term international development projects.
 Founded in 1945.
 CARE is non-governmental.
 It is one of the largest and oldest humanitarian aid
organizations focused on fighting global poverty.
 In 2013, CARE reported
working in 87 countries.
 supporting 927poverty-fighting projects and
humanitarian aid projects.
 reaching over 97 million people.
CARE’s structure
CARE International is a confederation of thirteen CARE
National Members and one Affiliate Member,
coordinated by the CARE International Secretariat.
 The Secretariat is based in Geneva, Switzerland, with
offices in New York and in Brussels .
Each CARE National Member is an autonomous non-
governmental organization registered in the country, and
each Member runs programs, fundraising, and
communications activities both in its own country and in
developing countries where CARE operates.
Focus Areas
CARE programming falls into the following broad themes:
Gender and women's empowerment
Emergency response
Food security
Health
Climate change
Education
Water, sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
Economic Development
Advocacy
Gender and women's empowerment
CARE lists the empowerment of women and girls as its
first priority.
focuses its programming in other areas towards this.
In 2006 CARE formed the CARE International Gender
Network (CIGN) to improve the coordination and quality
of CARE’s work on gender equality.
Emergency response
CARE supports emergency relief as well as prevention,
preparedness, and recovery programs.
CARE reported that in 2013 its emergency response and
recovery projects reached over 4 million in 40 countries.
CARE's core sectors for emergency response are
 Food Security
 Shelter
WASH and
 Sexual & Reproductive Health.
Food security
CARE provides emergency food aid and supports the
prevention of
malnutrition through demonstrating proper
breast feeding
providing education focusing on the
cultivation and preparation of nutritious food, and
improving infrastructure.
Health
CARE's health programs are focused on
maternal health and
HIV/AIDS
Also address other areas such as
Nutrition
safe drinking water
health education
training local health workers.
Climate change
CARE engages in climate-change advocacy and supports
local mitigation strategies such as –
promoting early warning systems
helping communities to draft evacuation plans
providing technical equipment and information
supporting reforestation
and working with local governments to reduce
pollution.
Education
CARE provides economic incentives to-
help parents keep their children in school
advocates for the importance of educating girl
 supports programs that ensure that girls receive a
quality education and engage girls in extracurricular and
leadership activities.
Water, sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
CARE builds and maintains clean water systems and
latrines, and provides education about hygiene and
water-borne illnesses.
These programmes aim to reduce the risk of water-
related diseases and increase the earning potential of
households by saving time otherwise spent fetching
water.
Economic Development
CARE supports-
increasing market linkages
promotes diversified livelihoods
organizes Village Savings and Loans Associations
(VSLAs)
and provides entrepreneurship training.
Advocacy
CARE's advocacy for improved development policy is
directed at local and national governments, as well as
international organizations .
Networks and partnerships
CARE is a signatory to the following standards of
humanitarian intervention:
 The Code of Conduct for The International Red
Cross and Red Crescent Movement.
 NGOs in Disaster Relief.
 Sphere standards.
 The Humanitarian Accountability Partnership
(HAP) principles and standards.
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Presentation1(health care)

  • 1. Presentation on DANIDA AGA KHAN FOUNDATION CARE FOUNDATION Presented by: Dr. Manish Kumar MBA(1st Year)
  • 2.
  • 3. OVERVIEW Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) DANIDA is the term used for Denmark’s development cooperation, which is an area of activity under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.  Founded in 1962. Denmark’s development policy aims to combat fighting poverty through promotion of human rights and economic growth.  has responsibility for the planning, implementation and quality assurance of Denmark’s development cooperation. Denmark is one of the five countries in the world that meets the United Nation's target of granting 0.7% of gross national income (GNI) in development assistance.  Headquarter : Copenhagen(Denmark)
  • 4. Local inhabitants building an access road between the villages of Ganhoua and Za Lyca in Benin as part of a Danida project. Roads are an important part of development.
  • 5. GOALS  Poverty must be fought with human rights and economic growth. This is the strong message in the strategy for Denmark’s development cooperation, “The Right to a Better Life”. Four strategic priorities  Denmark will concentrate its development cooperation on four strategic priority areas which are interconnected and which will enable Denmark to make its contribution to combating poverty and promote human rights.  Human rights and democracy Green growth Social progress Stability and protection
  • 6. GOAL :Human rights and democracy Denmark will lead the fight for  human rights  democracy  good governance through the commitment to multilateralism and in the countries Denmark engage in.
  • 7. Goal: Green Growth Economic growth is necessary to eradicate poverty. Due to increasing pressure on natural resources and higher demand for food, energy and water, growth needs to be green. Denmark will contribute to paving the way for global and local solutions to these challenges, and put pressure on the multilateral system to strengthen their efforts to support developing countries to promote and stimulate green growth.
  • 8. Goal: Social Progress Social progress is needed if people are ever to fight their way out of poverty and practice their rights in society. Today, many poor people have obtained access to • health • education • water and sanitation But, there is still much to be done in many countries. Denmark will therefore place allocation and rights in social sectors higher on the agenda in Danish development cooperation, with special focus on women and gender equality.
  • 9. Goal: Stability and protection Fragile states are characterized by  weak state structures  weak internal cohesion and  object inequality. Fragility and conflicts hinder  development and poverty reduction  create or worsen humanitarian crises and  are breathing grounds for instability and migration.
  • 10. Activities The aim of Denmark’s development cooperation is to reduce poverty through the promotion of human rights and economic growth. It is focused on some of the poorest countries in the world.
  • 11. Results Danish development assistance programmes achieved their goals in 83 per cent of cases in 2013. Every goal that is achieved is a small step on the way to creating development in some of the poorest countries of the world.
  • 12. The long-term significance of development cooperation  The long-term objective of development cooperation is to reduce poverty and create development in some of the poorest countries in the world.  Development takes time. It is a result of many people’s work. Sustainable development requires, among other things: Growth and jobs, Peace and stability, Equal opportunities for men and women, Consideration for the environment and natural resources, Freedom,  gender equality,  democracy and rights so that everyone can grow and contribute to the development of the country.
  • 13.
  • 14. Introduction The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is a  private  not-for-profit  international development agency.  founded in 1967 by the Aga Khan.  seeks to provide long-term solutions to problems of • poverty, • hunger, • illiteracy and • ill health in the poorest parts of South and Central Asia, Eastern and Western Africa, and the Middle East.
  • 15. Areas of focus The Foundation concentrates its resources on selected issues in:  health  education  rural development  environment and strengthening of civil society. Seeking innovative approaches to generic problems, it tries to identify solutions that can be adapted to conditions in many different regions and replicated.
  • 16. Area of focus: Health Aga Khan Health Services (AKHS)  one of the most comprehensive private not-for-profit health care systems in the developing world.  Building on the Community's health care efforts in the first half of the 20th century.  AKHS now provides primary health care and curative medical care in Afghanistan, India, Kenya, Pakistan, and Tanzania.  provides technical assistance to government in health service delivery in Kenya, Syria and Tajikistan.
  • 17. Area of focus: Education The AKDN’s education programmes cover a wide spectrum of activities ranging from early childhood care and education through to degrees in medicine. Following are the lead organizations in education--- Aga Khan Education Services, Aga Khan Foundation , Aga Khan University, Aga Khan Academies and University of Central Asia but all institutions are involved in some form of training or education, whether it is through curriculum reform, exhibitions of Islamic art or literacy programmes for employees of economic project companies.
  • 18. Area of focus: Rural development The Aga Khan Foundation is committed to reducing rural poverty, particularly in resource-poor, degraded or remote environments. It concentrates on a small number of programmes of significant scale. Programmes typically link elements such as-  rural savings and credit  natural resource management productive infrastructure development  increased agricultural productivity and  human skills development with a central concern for community-level participation and decision-making.
  • 19. Area of focus: Environment The challenge of improving environmental conditions lies not in an inherent conflict between humans and the natural world, but in the penury of natural resources that often forces people to consume the few environmental assets available to them. These conditions often create a downward spiral that results in  deeper poverty  depleted soils  deforested hills  polluted water and  disease.
  • 20. Area of focus: Strengthening of civil society Strengthening civil society to improve the quality of life is a central goal of the AKDN.  Civil society is increasingly recognised globally as a building block for democracy and economic development.  AKDN understands civil society in the broadest sense of civic institutions working for the public good.
  • 21. Funding and Grant making The Aga Khan Foundation is the principal grant-making agency for social development within the Aga Khan Development Network. The Aga Khan provides the Foundation with regular funding for administration and new programme initiatives The Islamic community contributes volunteer time, professional services and substantial financial resources.  Other funding sources include income from investments and grants from government, institutional and private sector partners - as well as donations from individuals around the world.
  • 22. Awards and Recognition The Foundation received the 2005 Award for Most Innovative Development Project from the Global Development Network for the Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP) in Pakistan.
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  • 24. OVERVIEW “Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere”  A major international humanitarian agency  Delivering broad-spectrum emergency relief and long- term international development projects.  Founded in 1945.  CARE is non-governmental.  It is one of the largest and oldest humanitarian aid organizations focused on fighting global poverty.  In 2013, CARE reported working in 87 countries.  supporting 927poverty-fighting projects and humanitarian aid projects.  reaching over 97 million people.
  • 25. CARE’s structure CARE International is a confederation of thirteen CARE National Members and one Affiliate Member, coordinated by the CARE International Secretariat.  The Secretariat is based in Geneva, Switzerland, with offices in New York and in Brussels . Each CARE National Member is an autonomous non- governmental organization registered in the country, and each Member runs programs, fundraising, and communications activities both in its own country and in developing countries where CARE operates.
  • 26. Focus Areas CARE programming falls into the following broad themes: Gender and women's empowerment Emergency response Food security Health Climate change Education Water, sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Economic Development Advocacy
  • 27. Gender and women's empowerment CARE lists the empowerment of women and girls as its first priority. focuses its programming in other areas towards this. In 2006 CARE formed the CARE International Gender Network (CIGN) to improve the coordination and quality of CARE’s work on gender equality.
  • 28. Emergency response CARE supports emergency relief as well as prevention, preparedness, and recovery programs. CARE reported that in 2013 its emergency response and recovery projects reached over 4 million in 40 countries. CARE's core sectors for emergency response are  Food Security  Shelter WASH and  Sexual & Reproductive Health.
  • 29. Food security CARE provides emergency food aid and supports the prevention of malnutrition through demonstrating proper breast feeding providing education focusing on the cultivation and preparation of nutritious food, and improving infrastructure.
  • 30. Health CARE's health programs are focused on maternal health and HIV/AIDS Also address other areas such as Nutrition safe drinking water health education training local health workers.
  • 31. Climate change CARE engages in climate-change advocacy and supports local mitigation strategies such as – promoting early warning systems helping communities to draft evacuation plans providing technical equipment and information supporting reforestation and working with local governments to reduce pollution.
  • 32. Education CARE provides economic incentives to- help parents keep their children in school advocates for the importance of educating girl  supports programs that ensure that girls receive a quality education and engage girls in extracurricular and leadership activities.
  • 33. Water, sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) CARE builds and maintains clean water systems and latrines, and provides education about hygiene and water-borne illnesses. These programmes aim to reduce the risk of water- related diseases and increase the earning potential of households by saving time otherwise spent fetching water.
  • 34. Economic Development CARE supports- increasing market linkages promotes diversified livelihoods organizes Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLAs) and provides entrepreneurship training.
  • 35. Advocacy CARE's advocacy for improved development policy is directed at local and national governments, as well as international organizations .
  • 36. Networks and partnerships CARE is a signatory to the following standards of humanitarian intervention:  The Code of Conduct for The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.  NGOs in Disaster Relief.  Sphere standards.  The Humanitarian Accountability Partnership (HAP) principles and standards.