SARITSA FOUNDATION (SARITSA CHARITY TRUST)
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A Mobile University For Disaster Risk Reduction & Climate Change
"Reach to ...
Saritsa Foundation adds a simple and workable solution to move 
ahead to empower women and girls to win over an important ...
women to be confident to protect themselves and their children 
and families to reduce risks.
The team of Saritsa Foundati...
Objectives
1) To create an enabling environment amongst participants to 
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technologies to inter act with local government authorities, NGOs 
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The participants were provided opportunity to learn to protect 
themselves and be self reliant to cope with disasters.
The...
Develop buddy system(jodi system) to respond to disasters.
Practice to cope with different emergencies as trained by 
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The Photographs of the event
The Photographs of the event 
speak!!!
Colonel Verma inaugurates the workshop, Smt. Rajashree
Colonel Verma inaugurates the workshop, Smt. Rajashree
Samant, Dist...
Father K K George in white shirt and a Self Help Group Leader at 
Father K K George in white shirt and a Self Help Group L...
Empowering  Inspiring and Integrating an Elderly participant by 
Empowering ­ Inspiring and Integrating an Elderly partici...
Empowering ­ Inspiring and Integrating an Elderly participant by 
encouraging her at the beginning of the workshop – We ar...
Empowering ­ Inspiring and Integrating a school girl participant 
Empowering Inspiring and Integrating a school girl parti...
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Evacuation
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A Father takes equal interest in learning (at the center of the 
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The participants perform a local dance event at the end of the 
Workshop.
The team of Saritsa Foundation with Father K K George, 
The team of Saritsa Foundation with Father K K George
Nirmalgiri N...
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Please Contact
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Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013
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Saritsa Foundation adds a simple and workable solution to move ahead to empower women and girls to win over an important cause of their suffering and poverty - losses of lives and means of livelihood disasters. Saritsa Foundation takes Disasters Risk Reduction practices to the houses and families of these disadvantage women. Saritsa Foundation has recognized that this needs a ripple of change in our hearts and minds to empower women by taking care of their Right to Life Security in disasters. Consequently, it needs awareness, access to information, education and training to move them in a state of mind where they develop an action plan to minimize risks. In India, most of these women belong to weaker sections ,including Scheduled castes/Scheduled tribes/backward classes and Muslim and Christian minority who are mostly living in rural areas and urban pockets without any access to prepare to protect.

Saritsa Foundation endeavors to mainstream these women to provide equal opportunity to bring about a change in minds of women to be confident to protect themselves and their children and families to reduce risks.

The team of Saritsa Foundation reached to these groups of women in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra state in Mangaon. The team led by its Director General conducted workshops from 14 to 15 March in association of Collector of the district, an NGO Nirmalgiri (A Christian MISSION to serve humanitarian causes ) 300 women and girls took part in these workshops enthusiastically to learn to protect in disasters and be Trainers and Motivators to their family members.
Objectives

1) To create an enabling environment amongst participants to build capacity by raising awareness, imparting education and training with use of local resources for innovations keeping in view the significant hazard proneness of their region.
2) To empower women Self Help Group leaders to understand their role and responsibility towards preparing themselves and be accountable at local level to minimize losses.

3) To provide equal opportunities to women and girls to develop in decision making, planning, and implementation of mitigation methods for disaster risk reduction and protecting means of livelihood.

4) To ensure setting up of warning system mechanisms with communication net work with conventional expertise and technologies to inter act with local government authorities, NGOs and outside agencies.

5) To guide participants to evolve action plans to integrate disaster risk reduction with plans of poverty eradication and development with usable tools with identification of specific needs to protect property, facilities, and economic activities.

6) To be awareness raisers, trainers and motivators to sustain the initiative and keep on developing it.

7) To be able to measure and quantify sustainability of their capacity building efforts time to time and evolving future preparedness plans.

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Workshop at mangaon, sindhudurg district 14 to 15 march, 2013

  1. 1. SARITSA FOUNDATION (SARITSA CHARITY TRUST) ( ) A Mobile University For Disaster Risk Reduction & Climate Change "Reach to People, Talk to People and Prepare People“ Builds capacity  to reduce risks from disasters and climate change by reaching  Builds capacity to reduce risks from disasters and climate change by reaching to “Door Steps of vulnerable people ­ "A People Centered, People Led, and  People Owned Resilience and Safety Culture Methodology.
  2. 2. Saritsa Foundation adds a simple and workable solution to move  ahead to empower women and girls to win over an important  cause of their suffering and poverty ­ losses of lives and means of  cause of their suffering and poverty ­ losses of lives and means of livelihood disasters. Saritsa Foundation takes Disasters Risk  Reduction practices to the houses and families  of these  disadvantage women. Saritsa Foundation has recognized that  d d d h d h this needs a ripple of change in our hearts and minds to empower  women by taking care of their Right to Life Security in disasters.  y g f g f y Consequently, it needs awareness, access to information,  education and training to move them in a state of mind where  they develop an action plan to minimize risks. In India, most of  they develop an action plan to minimize risks In India most of these women belong to weaker sections ,including Scheduled  castes/Scheduled tribes/backward classes and Muslim and  Christian minority who are mostly living in rural areas and  Ch i i i i h l li i i l d urban pockets without any access to prepare to protect. Saritsa Foundation endeavors to mainstream these women to  provide equal opportunity to bring about a change in minds of
  3. 3. women to be confident to protect themselves and their children  and families to reduce risks. The team of Saritsa Foundation  Saritsa Foundation reached to these groups of  women in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra state in Mangaon.  The team led by its Director General conducted workshops from  h l db l d d k h f 14  to 15 March in association of Collector of the district, an NGO  Nirmalgiri (A Christian MISSION to serve humanitarian causes )  g ( ) 300 women and girls took part in these workshops  enthusiastically to learn to protect in disasters and be Trainers  and Motivators to their family members. and Motivators to their family members
  4. 4. Objectives 1) To create an enabling environment amongst participants to  1) T t bli i t t ti i t t build capacity by raising awareness, imparting education and  training with use of local resources for innovations keeping in  view the significant hazard proneness of their region. 2) To empower women Self Help Group leaders to understand  2) To empower women Self Help Group leaders to understand their role and responsibility towards preparing themselves and  be accountable at local level to minimize losses. 3) To provide equal opportunities to women and girls to develop  in decision making, planning, and implementation of mitigation    methods for disaster risk reduction and protecting means of  livelihood. 4)  To ensure setting up of warning system mechanisms with  communication net work with conventional expertise and
  5. 5. technologies to inter act with local government authorities, NGOs  and outside agencies. 5)  To guide participants to evolve action plans to integrate  disaster risk reduction with plans of poverty eradication and  development with  usable tools with identification of specific  d l h bl l h d f f f needs to protect property, facilities, and economic activities.  6) To be awareness raisers, trainers and motivators to sustain  the initiative and keep on developing it. 7) To be able to measure and quantify sustainability of their  capacity building efforts time to time and evolving future  preparedness plans. d l
  6. 6. The participants were provided opportunity to learn to protect  themselves and be self reliant to cope with disasters. The Awareness, Education and Training was conducted with  interactive participatory methodology. The participants were encouraged to analyze risk and  vulnerability to them under various scenarios of their houses,  y f , their working places and their movement and their areas. They were encourage to raise awareness among themselves  They were encourage to raise awareness among themselves and their families and prepared to respond accordingly. Make use of local resources and local experience and expertise. M k fl l dl l i d i p p p g Participants were provided practical training with mock drills  with live scenarios of disasters.
  7. 7. Develop buddy system(jodi system) to respond to disasters. Practice to cope with different emergencies as trained by  practical training and mock drills.
  8. 8. The Photographs of the event The Photographs of the event  speak!!!
  9. 9. Colonel Verma inaugurates the workshop, Smt. Rajashree Colonel Verma inaugurates the workshop, Smt. Rajashree Samant, District Disaster Management Officer is seen at the left. 
  10. 10. Father K K George in white shirt and a Self Help Group Leader at  Father K K George in white shirt and a Self Help Group Leader at the inauguration.
  11. 11. Empowering  Inspiring and Integrating an Elderly participant by  Empowering ­ Inspiring and Integrating an Elderly participant by encouraging her at the beginning of the workshop – We are  together.
  12. 12. Empowering ­ Inspiring and Integrating an Elderly participant by  encouraging her at the beginning of the workshop – We are  encouraging her at the beginning of the workshop – We are together.
  13. 13. Empowering ­ Inspiring and Integrating a school girl participant  Empowering Inspiring and Integrating a school girl participant by encouraging her at the beginning of the workshop – We are  together.
  14. 14. Mock Drills for  Earthquake q
  15. 15. Mock Drills for  Bomb Blast
  16. 16. Mock Drills for  Floods
  17. 17. Evacuation E ti
  18. 18. The group of  The group of Flood Rescue  Fl d R team members
  19. 19. A Father takes equal interest in learning (at the center of the  photograph)
  20. 20. The participants perform a local dance event at the end of the  Workshop.
  21. 21. The team of Saritsa Foundation with Father K K George,  The team of Saritsa Foundation with Father K K George Nirmalgiri NGO (third from right)
  22. 22. Media Supports Media Supports
  23. 23. Thank You !! Thank You !! Please Contact saritsa@vsnl.net i @ l Mob : 91 9323157377 Tel : 91 22 24366370 Website : www.saritsafoundation.org

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