Since it's identification in 1983, HIV/AIDS is the great concern for the governments, policy makers and health professionals around the world, who altogether working for the prevention of spreading of HIV/AIDS and save many lives. According to World Health Organization (WHO) more than 70 million people have been infected with HIV virus and about 37 million people have died of HIV. Globally, approx. 37 million people were living with HIV by the end of 2016 in which the population of young adults (15-49) is 0.8% worldwide, although the burden of epidemic continues to vary considerably between countries and regions. Most of the nations have made health policies in their countries to win the battle against HIV/AIDs and save their citizens. In India, NACO (National Aids Control Organization) is confronting the situation with its support organizations State Aids Control Societies (SACS) in all states and also the NGOs which are working at ground level to support SACS and NACO for the betterment of the situation.

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Outreach and Drop In Centre (ODIC) for Drug Abuse Prevention under NISD

The National Institute of Social Defence start a program under NATIONAL ACTION PLAN FOR DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION (NAPDDR for 2018-2025), therein organisations work for "undertaking focused/targeted Intervention Programmes" in remaining 66 identified districts across the country with an aim to reach adolescents and youth in the Community for creating awareness about the harmful effects of Drug Abuse and encourage the drug dependent persons to seek treatment.

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WINGS Intervention under India HIV/AIDS Alliance

'WINGS' is an innovative approach design to address the IPV related issues among WWUD. 'WINGS' is an evidence-based, single-session Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment Service (SBIRT) related process. Basic focus of the WINGS lies in harm reduction through empowering women to identify and assess their situation in context of IPV and related risks among WWUD. First and crucial approach of WINGS is creating a non-judgmental framework of communication with WWUD in respect of their intimate relationships and use of substance.

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STeP: Smile Twin E-Learning Programme

Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development any country. As the proportion of working age group of 15 -59 years will be increasing steadily in coming days, India has the advantage of demographic dividend. Harnessing the demographic dividend through appropriate skill development efforts would not only provide an impetus to developmental goal of bringing people living at periphery into center stage but also help in reducing the short fall of skilled man-power needed by the Industry.

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Skill Development Programme Under NTPC- SAIL Power Co Pvt. Ltd. (CSR)

The female population in our country is always suppressed by the male dominated society and prevented from stepping out from home and prove themselves as equal to men and an important part of the society. Women play a vital role in the society for its development, but somehow they have not given that much importance or opportunities which they should have been given and limited within the walls of houses to take care of household chores and children.

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Solid Waste Management under Municipal Corporation of Faridabad, Haryana

GSF with support of Municipal Corporation of Faridabad is working on solid waste management programme

We undertake door to door solid waste collection, segregation of garbage to the collection centre, convert biodegradable waste into compost and send non - biodegradable waste for recycling.

We generate awareness about environment in primary schools. Our representatives worked on motivating primary teachers to take up the subject conservation of environment with young children

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Ganga Social Foundation worked on Wash with school kids in Bhiwadi and Alwar. 4 Schools were covered through the intervention to aware children about water sanitation and hygiene and its importance in their lives.

Facts about the problem

  • Nearly 22 million school days are lost each year due to the common cold?
  • 2.2 million Cases of the common cold affect children under 17 years of age each year?
  • Children have about 6-10 colds a year?
  • Adults average 2-4 colds a year?
  • Some viruses and bacteria can live from 20 minutes up to 2 hours or more on surfaces.

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Activities & Celebrations

150 Birth Anniversary of Sri Rabindranath Tagore

On the occasion of 150 birth Anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore cultural programme and seminar was held on 16th November 2011 at Tagore Hall University of Delhi. The programme will started with the welcome of chef guest and Inaugural function made by Dr. Amrit kaur professor Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, it was attended by about 150 people from colleges, NGOs representatives, SHG group, and Research students from North Campus University of Delhi, Teacher and community members.

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