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Sexy Sona Heiden is grabbed under trouble. This time around she is caught by an NGO claiming upon her comment against men community.
30 Nov 2012
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Sonakshi Sinha meets little kids at the Smile NGO foundation. She was seen greeting the kids along with her mother.
2 Jan 2013
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Salman Khan's NGO has come forward to offer help in the drought-hit Marathwada region of Maharashtra.The foundation will provide 2,500 water tankers with a storage capacity of 2,000 litres each to the drought affected districts of Marathwada from May 6 to 31. Check out for more. For daily dose of entertainment news log on to: *******www.lehren*** Like our Updates: *******www.facebook****/LehrenEntertainment Follow our tweets: ********twitter****/lehrentv
4 May 2013
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Local entrepreneurs are the key to capacity-building for Washington, DC–based NGO Partners for Democratic Change. Few organizations, global or domestic, operate in the remote tribal regions of Yemen, the most deprived areas of the poorest country in the Middle East. Here, a lack of education and services engenders a youth susceptible to violence and tribal conflicts, and competing over scarce resources makes any interaction, already fraught with tension, even more incendiary. Feuds are commonplace. Terrorism thrives; “Al-Qaeda is luring young men with offers of money,” says Wardah, a woman leader working with Partners-Yemen. “They make terrorists out of people,” she says. “Al-Qaeda will spread if we don’t learn to stand up to them.” Rule of law is a particular challenge in areas like these, especially when the hotbeds of rampant instability are so remote. But the need to build a foundation for stability, growth and prosperity is urgent when the stakes are so high. “Development is not possible in our area until there is stability, and stability is only possible if conflicts are resolved,” says Yasmine, another leader. “People want change,” her colleague Misk continues. “But they need a guide.” Partners for Democratic Change, a Washington, DC–based NGO and GE Foundation grantee, takes a unique approach to providing such a guide to areas like tribal Yemen that might fall out of reach of traditional aid organizations. Like other organizations, Partners promotes conflict resolution and “change management” to help bring much-needed development to remote areas—but it sets itself apart in how it fully localizes its approach to the socio-economic conditions of each country in which it has operations. In fact, Partners’ entire model is about building local capacity and leadership; it understands that, in order to be sustainable, responses to the world’s most pressing development challenges require the input and shared commitment of government, businesses and civil society. For Partners, the key to unlocking and mobilizing these local stakeholders lies in what they call “social entrepreneurs”—local leaders who want to build institutions that contribute positively to social and democratic change. Instead of approaching each country with static solutions in hand, Partners focuses on these entrepreneurs as catalysts, teaching them critical skills—like conflict resolution methods, consensus-building processes, and change management techniques—that they can adapt to their local contexts. These empower them to solve the complex issues in their own communities, all while being strengthened and legitimized by the global network of over 200 practitioners that Partners has built. GE and the GE Foundation have worked actively with Partners in recent years to support these locally operating chapters, known as Partners Centers for Change and Conflict Management, through the Sustainable Leadership Program (SLP). Beginning with a grant in 2008 and continuing with a second grant in 2011, GE’s investments have enabled Partners to establish new independent Partners Centers in Brazil, Colombia, Senegal, Serbia and Yemen. Local GE staff in each of these countries help them build private-sector relationships and convene dialogues around the serious reforms that are needed in many cases. The Centers employ more than 50 local staff members, have raised more than $12 million in additional funds from more than 25 donors to support their work, and, as members of Partners’ international network of Centers, are already contributing knowledge and lessons learned for other Centers and good governance practitioners. The funding is also now being utilized to measure the broader impact of Partners’ localized model. “What makes Partners unique is the entrepreneurial nature of its business model,” said Karan Bhatia, Vice President, Global Government Affairs & Policy for GE. “It has been quite effective in adopting localized approaches to promoting political and social conditions that allow for economic development.,” he continued “We’re excited to learn more about the wider impact of this approach and to assess its scalability. The more we can empower local communities to promote stability from within, the more effective our global efforts to promote rule of law and transparency will be.” The SLP is growing; Partners will establish two new Centers, in Libya and El Salvador, next. The ripple effect of channeling change through local catalysts continues to demonstrate the value of promoting personal agency and participatory approaches in advancing democratic change. Back in Yemen, the local team focused on empowering women in conflict management and resolution efforts. Partners trained 75 women; this initial group recruited 800 female volunteers, who hosted 8,000 community meetings, which in turn reached more than 127,000 women. In Wardah’s case, the mediation skills she learned helped her defuse a tribal conflict and keep it from escalating into a full-blown feud. But there are tons of stories just like Wardah’s, which you can learn more about in the video above. “Many women have changed as a result of this program,” she explains. “One change is that people started to send their daughters to schools.” Read about Partners for Democratic Change and their work with GE and the GE Foundation on the GE Citizenship website.
11 Jun 2013
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20-20 Dance Competition Grand Finale On 1st July 2013, Organized by Hollywood Bollywood Events & Entertainment With Association of Yuva Welfare Association Of India an NGO This is A unique regional dance competition stretched in more than 10 cities in India – Mumbai – Pune – Nagpur – Kolkata – Siliguri – Delhi – Faridabad – Jaipur – Kota – Bhilwara – Aligarh – Lucknow - Kanpur – Gaziabad and some other places in India. selected the best 10 dancers from all the city and the winners will take to Mumbai for the semi Final & Final. The final of the completion will be held in Mumbai on 1st of July, 2013. Competition is going to judge by the 3 ace choreographer in India – Remo D’souza, Saroj Khan Ji & Terence Lewis. To download form visit *******hbee.in The Winner gets the chance to work in home production film, with 1st prize money Rs.5,00,000/- 2nd prize money Rs.2,00,000/-, 3rd prize money Rs.1,00,000/-
17 Jun 2013
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Remo D'Souza hosts a special screening of his movie 'A Flying Jatt' for NGO kids at Imax.
31 Aug 2016
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Give online donation for Health to Rising Nation, Your good help to our Ngo is key in helping us with our projects in wellbeing, employments, instruction and debacle reaction.
26 Sep 2016
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Hi We are Karma Worldwide Karma has created a platform to help non-profits easily communicate their impact and be engaged with their donor population. Find out how Karma can help you. Karma have features like: Attract and Engage Donors Market with Meaning Branding and Customization Cloud-Based Platform By using karma features your donors can track all your social impact - in real time You can Use KARMA for: Fundraising Marketing Donor Engagement WE help NGOs raise money faster Visit: ********www.karmaworld*** Follow us on facebook: ********www.facebook****/karmaworldteam twitter: ********twitter****/karmaworldteam
2 Nov 2016
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Rural schools, where the vast majority of children in China receive their primary education, are often below the standards of their urban counterparts. About 80% of rural schoolchildren don't get past middle school, and many face difficult life prospects as they become teenage farmers and migrant workers. But at AnWu Elementary, the Explore team saw the results of the school's vigorous improvements, and students share their big hopes for the future with "Professor Charlie." explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Distributed by TubeMogul.
4 Apr 2007
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The site of the terracotta warriors is considered by some to be the eighth wonder of the world. Over 6,000 life-sized terracotta warriors - believed to be exact replicas of a real, individual soldiers - have been unearthed, in a pit the size of two American football fields. explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Distributed by TubeMogul.
5 Apr 2007
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During his rule (259 BCE - 210 BCE), Emperor Qin's lavish building projects and harsh reign caused unrest among Chinese peasants. They gathered, seized the steel weapons from the terracotta warriors in his mausoleum, and staged an uprising that overthrew the dynasty. The succeeding Han Dynasty would rule China for the next 400 years. explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Distributed by TubeMogul.
5 Apr 2007
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In 247 BCE, Emperor Qin Shi Huang had 700,000 workers construct a tomb lined with thousands of life-sized terracotta warriors and horses, whose purpose was to help protect the emperor in his afterlife. It took them over 38 years to construct the burial place. To protect the secrecy and safety of its location, workers with knowledge of the site were buried alive in the tomb. Distributed by TubeMogul. explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others.
5 Apr 2007
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