Easy class is an activity for young children in need of guidance and counselling, organised by iCFDR and associates of Bhartiya Yuva Netritva Forum(BYNF). BYNF associates conduct informal sessions for teaching, counselling and consultanting poor and needy ones. The objectives of these classes include academic development, life coaching, counselling, monitoring and regular engagement. Continue reading
Sponsor a Child’s Education is a program run by iCFDR with its supported school, Satyawati School, in rural Budaun District, UP. In India, where it is said that 9 out of 10 students don’t complete college, we are creating a platform to enable them to attain an education. Through this initiative we are inviting supporters who are willing to contribute towards the education of poor and underprivileged children in rural India being taught at our school. This program will allow you to share the financial responsibility and minimal necessities that a child requires but are not fortunate to have like their urban counterparts.
At iCFDR we believe that education can transform a child’s life which in turn can help transform the entire society. Your donation would help us in supporting a child’s education by donating a small amount per year which will go towards the child’s yearly tuition fee, books, clothing, other basic educational necessities that they could use towards their educational needs.
To maintain full disclosure and transparency about your donations we would like to mention that we will reserve 9% of your donation for other social work activities and iCFDR operations, and the rest of your funds which is 91% would go directly to child’s educational requirements of that child.
At this time we have two options of donating amounts available for you towards this program:
iCFDR plans to launch health awareness campaign “iMalert” for mostly rural public, sending health-awarenss SMSes. This campaign in initial phase from 25th October, would target 5,000 mostly rural people directly, that is almost 5000 families indirectly and then in second phase we want to target 10,000 individuals.
The iMalert message would cover various issues like hypertension, diabetes, importance of balance diet and a healthy and disease free lifestyle.We would also make them aware about infectious, communicable diseases and chronic conditions like HIV, AIDS, diabetes etc. And focus on personal hygiene, cleanliness, prenatal care, birthing information, Sexual and Reproductive health, Maternal Health and female and child issues.
The target group would include rural and semi-urban population, patients, medical students, healthcare providers and educated masses. We would promote physical activity, target alcohol abuse and tobacco use, and unhealthy diet. This will help rural areas to raise awareness that they can learn to prevent, diagnose on time and manage the diseases. As sometimes lack of financial means is not the only challenge, but a lack of awareness and knowledge is.
iCFDR would try convincing people if they are diagnosed with condition like diabetes they must adhere to treatment, as most people do not adhere to treatment or lifestyle a factor attributed to poor health education. This may increase access to training, education and raise awareness on the issues of health so that they learn to better prevent, diagnose and manage the diseases.
We are in process of raising funds to implement the campaign. … Continue reading
Initially, iCFDR had planed to launch health awareness campaign “iMalert” for general public, mostly rural public through health-related messages. This campaign in initial phase from 25th October, would target 5,000 mostly rural people directly, that is almost 5000 families indirectly and then in second phase we want to target 10,000 individuals. iMalert will make all efforts to maximise reach so that we can use technology especially cell phones to spread health awareness, as health awareness is one of the best ways to fight disease. We would have message covering various issues like hypertension, diabetes, importance of balance diet and a healthy and disease free lifestyle. We make the aware about infectious, communicable diseases and chronic conditions like HIV, AIDS, diabetes etc. We would focus on personal hygiene, cleanliness, prenatal care, birthing information, Sexual and Reproductive health, Maternal Health and female and child issues. We would also promote government schemes and plans regarding health.
However, iMalert has now taking following shape and getting gradually registered on its own:
iMalert is an information portal for Uttar Pradesh. The iMalert information portal would have positive and constructive information, primarily available via website, social media and application on your phone. It brings together useful information from diverse sources in a uniform way and allows people to access to improve their life. It has been developed in order to promote awareness and enhance access of useful data and knowledge by common man. It covers indigenous constructive news from local communities, government and other stakeholders of the … Continue reading
Youth Leadership Award – an award, for volunteers associated with iCFDR, BYNF or our network organizations who are continuously striving for a better society. Once candidates volunteered role at iCFDR is confirmed and are part of the BYNF Youth Leadership Program, we firmly believe in rewarding these volunteers and members alike for their dedicated services to the organization. The BYNF Youth Leadership Program is a social and personality development program of iCFDR for youths. The workshop program involves of organizing a minimum of four social work events on annual basis. That is four hours for one event, each quarter, to enable participating associates to develop communication and leadership skills through practical experience and earn certification. The program is open to all associate who is a volunteer or representative of BYNF. This program is designed to help associates to identify, reflect and improve their competencies (skills and behaviours) through personal counseling while helping the society around. It is an ideal program for self motivated, dynamic, socially conscious and non- political youths, as it is structured to help improve personally and professionally and contribute back to society. The Youth Forum enables enhancing multiple skills such as resource, time, team management and at the same time making you a better human being. All the associates stand a chance to earn yearly leadership awards: Bronze, Silver and Gold. Once the membership as associate is confirmed with BYNF, and responsibilities and activities are taken up seriously, each associate is eligible for the … Continue reading
iCFDR has initiated to launch a campaign to connect youth of the nation – students, professionals and self-employed. The new forum, Bharatiya Yuva Netritva Forum – BYNF (Indian Youth Leadership Forum), aims to connect youth of India for their personal and professional growth and also contribute to society’s welfare and nation building. iCFDR would act as guiding organisation to establish the forum and its activities.
BYNF, as per vision of iCFDR Chief-Mentor, Ravindra Vikram Singh, would help in developing youth leadership, inspiring young individuals including students to gain skills and knowledge for career and nation building, leading life with civic cooperation for development, entrepreneurship and welfare of society. BYNF would ensure individuals to take part in social activities which help them to network, learn from each other and build friendships that will last a lifetime, at the same time contribute to society.
BYNF’s goal is to develop youth of the nation by giving them Academic, Career and Entrepreneurship Counselling, focusing on balance of work, leisure and contributing back to society and organising various social programs and social campaigns with iCFDR and time to time with other social organisation.
Its’ organisational structure would include, College Chapters, Professional Cells, location based Councils, and Mentors. Each team (Councils and Chapters) would have Conveners, Correspondent, Facilitator, Coordinators and Secretary apart from other members and volunteers. Each may also have Gender Equality Officer, preferably female member. Academic institutes Chapters may also have provision for Education Officers, for student with excellent academic … Continue reading
I am happy to acknowledge different programs launched by iCFDR to increase the awareness about “Standing for Equality” and Literacy among society. Many thanks and best wishes to all the endeavors of iCFDR. – Satish Pandey, Software Developer, Mumbai
Incidents in recent past have made us to reconsideration our progress collectively; most of the world is struggling for social development however one of the major concerns still remains is equality of gender. We at iCFDR, have decided to join the gender equality campaign and launched “We need Feminism – Stand for Equality” campaign. Our main target is to reach out to educate masses both urban and rural population especially to those who have gender biases.
With our online campaign, we ask our individual participants and organisations to send us their message on gender equality, written on Chart paper with heading “We need Feminism – Stand for Equality” and footer “I stand for Development and Rights”. Individuals can sign it with names (profession) if they want to and participating organisation can send us their logo, which we will add to the respective pics with ours. All pics can be mailed to email@example.com directly, send in our facebook inbox, or to you authorised spoc.
Alternatively if you enjoy writing, please send us messages on gender equality, such message may be used by others on their charts. You can even draw cartoons and send across. In the case you enjoy photography or are a professional photographer, it will be great association with the campaign.
We are looking for SPOCs, Brand Ambassadors, Contributors, Volunteers and Leaders who may like to join in achieving targets of the campaigns.
We gladly invite all organisation and NGOs to come forward to join us in the … Continue reading