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No More Poverty - The Incubated Project

INJUSTICE

Providing only Direct needs volunteering towards Relative Poor People


WHO & HOW

Mostly affect scheduled caste/tribe communities. Because they need good infrastructure and education to overcome the lasting POVERTY. It's important because, our society need Man power and self-sufficient citizens. Otherwise, state will be limited. We have to utilise our communities skills and power at maximum rate


WHY

  • Corrupted bureaucrats (they are selfish)

  • Regional relief workers who have no idea about effective volunteering. (We can change this attitude by giving tools and resources)

  • Over population. (Family Planning)

ROOT CAUSES

  • Poor education

  • Lack of infrastructure

  • Lack of skill based training

  • Unemployment

  • UNAWARNESS.


COMPASSIONATE INSIGHT

To overcome, Direct needs oriented volunteering towards Relative Poor People (scheduled caste/tribe) we will address lack of resources, poor education and unemployment by providing free education, skill based training and Political awareness.


GOALS

  • Making self-sufficient villages for scheduled caste/tribe.

  • Free primary education (as they have right)

  • Politics involvement and make them aware of values of citizens.

  • Graduated youths


KEY STEPS

  • Selection of a village after data collection from previous backward reports.

  • Field Study (to build up a good bond and better communication)

  • Mass Awareness Program for elders and parents of the village.

  • Getting expertised men for cottage industries (from NGOs or self committed volunteers)

  • Fair distribution of resources for cottage industries ( using government aids and Grants).

 

NAME OF TEAM: We Tried

TEAM MEMBERS: Mohammed seheer

 

The Incubated Project through The Social Hackathon 1.0



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