A tailor-made Monitoring and Evaluation framework forms one of the foremost components leading to the successful implementation of any project activity. Prior to suggesting tips for the implementation of Monitoring and evaluation in CSR activities, understanding the meaning of both monitoring and ev
62% women in the age group of 15-24 year still rely on a cloth during periods which is often reused. Further, 88% of women in India sometimes resort to using ashes, newspapers, dried leaves and husk sand to aid absorption which increases the chances of women to get reproductive tract infections.
The World Health Organization was founded on the principle that every individual should be able to realize their right to the highest level of health. Therefore providing the facility of health to every individual became its guiding mantra for more than seven decades now. Keeping this trend alive th
With the growing Industrialization and competition, the main aim of any capitalist economy is to maximise its profit. But recently, the practice of CSR is gaining traction in both theory and practice. CSR in developing countries like India has played a significant role as the majority of the populat
It is scary to wake up to news that talks about your city heading towards a Day Zero. Predictions and analysis of the water crisis in Bangalore paints a very grim picture. A recent study by the Down to Earth magazine published by the CSE shows ‘at least 200 cities across the world are facing a sev
International Women’s day is observed on the 8th March to value women and men’s contribution equally and create a comprehensive culture. The United Nations Charter in 1945, signed the first international agreement to affirm the principle of equality between women and men.
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All about World Cancer Day on 4th February
World Cancer Day is observed across the globe to support the goals of the World Cancer Declaration, written in 2008. The initiative aimed at battling cancer is a global event formulated by Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), which combines leadin
HIV/AIDS, a global epidemic that first hit in 1980s, has had scientific community at its wit’s end since then. Since its discovery, HIV/AIDS has claimed more than 35 million lives. In spite of years of research, the epidemic remains incurable.
Quite often, companies undertaking CSR activities in India tend to go overboard in their bid to get featured on the lists of sustainable corporations. But this basic approach is flawed. CSR is more about giving shape to strategies that yield measurable outcomes and lasting impact than anything else.
Violence against women is a scourge on humanity. It is the most pervasive, consistent and destructive human rights abuse in this world. This violence is not endemic to any region, rather it is worldwide phenomenon.
Mankind has developed and witnessed multitudes of advancements, and has come a long way over few thousands years, yet it’s still to overcome the basic challenges posed by unavailability of sanitation facilities to majority of people across globe.
The theme of this year’s World Diabetes Day “Women and Diabetes” reflects on the problems and issues that women with diabetes face. It also highlights the importance of self-management information and affordable life saving diabetes medicines to women living with it in order to strengthen