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Tuesday, August 21, 2012, Edition-9

You are the best social entrepreneur

The best yogi is one who regards every being like oneself and who can feel the pain and pleasures of others as ones own, O Arjuna. (Gita-6.32) Nothing is beyond the reach of those who have others interest in their mind. Selfless service to humanity is the true service to God and the highest form of worship.

PROJECTS FROM FOREIGN Commonwealth Foundation: Civil Society Responsive Grants 2010-11
Overview: As part of our work to support civil society, we award small grants to civil society and cultural organisations in Commonwealth Foundation member countries. This document provides information about these grants awarded under the Civil Society Responsive Grants programme. It sets out what we do and do not support, how much you can apply for, and how you can apply for a grant. For more information on the Commonwealth Foundation and projects we have funded previously, please go to www.commonwealthfoundation.com/grants. Amount of Grant: You can apply for up to 12,500. In exceptional cases, the Foundation can award grants of up to 25,000. The average award is about 5,000. Applications for grants of over 12,500 must be considered by the Foundations Grants Committee which meets biannually in September and March. Application date: There are four grant application rounds per year. The deadlines for the rounds are 31 December, 31 March, 30 June and 30 September. Application Deadlines Grants for activities in October, November, December January, February, March April, May, June July, August, September How to Apply? There are two ways to submit an application to us: 1. You can download the Responsive Grant application form on the website and submit it by email to geninfo@commonwealth.int 2. You can download the Responsive Grant application form from the website and submit it by post to the following address: Grant Applications Commonwealth Foundation Marlborough House, Pall Mall London SW1Y 5HY United Kingdom

Application must be received by 30 June 30 September 31st December 31st March

Applicants hear from the Foundation in Beginning of September Beginning of December Beginning of March Beginning of April

UN Trust Fund 2013 Call for Proposals for Small Grants


The United Nations (UN) Trust Fund is accepting applications for its Small Grants Programme under the Second Decade Call for Proposals for the year 2013. The fund provides grants for projects with a budget of up to US $10,000 covering one years expenses. The UN Trust Fund is inviting indigenous organizations or organizations working for indigenous peoples to apply for this grant opportunity. The Fund will give priority to projects that focus on the areas of health (physical and mental well-being) and education (such as language revitalization). The proposals will be assessed by the Bureau of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in May 2013 and successful applicants will receive notice thereafter. The main aim of the Trust Fund is to support programs and projects advancing the goal of the Second International Decade to Strengthen international cooperation for the solution of problems faced by indigenous peoples in such areas as culture, education, health, human rights, the environment, social and economic development, by means of action-oriented programs and specific projects, increased technical assistance and relevant standard-setting activities. The Small Grants Programme for the Second International Decade of the Worlds Indigenous Peoples of the United Nations Trust Fund on Indigenous Issues was established in 2004 to promote, support and implement the objectives of the Decade. Proposals have to be submitted in the given application form. The deadline for submission is 1 October 2012. For more information, visit this link.

ABILIS Foundation Grants for Empowerment of People with Disabilities


The ABILIS Foundation provides grants ranging from 500 to 10,000 for projects initiated by organizations that are run by persons who have a disability. Organizations that are run by parents of children with disabilities can also apply. The ABILIS Foundation in Finland supports activities that contribute toward equal opportunities for people with disabilities in society through human rights, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency. Special priority is given to projects advocating for human rights of people with disabilities and to activities developed and implemented by women with disabilities. In order to be eligible for support, organizations must have a certificate of registration and be based in a country defined as qualifying for Official Development Assistance. Applicants based in India, Bangladesh, Uganda, Kazakhstan, Tanzania, and Ethiopia should contact ABILIS partner organizations for an application form. Applicants located in other eligible countries must contact the Foundation to request the application form. More information available at this link.

Applcations invited for National Fund Scholarship Scheme for Students with Disabilities, India
Deadline- 31st August 2012 Countries/Region- India National Handicapped Finance and Development Corporation (NHFDC), Government of India Seeking applications for National Fund Scholarship Scheme for Students with Disabilities, India. Under this scheme, 500 National Scholarships will be awarded to eligible students with disabilities for pursuing higher academic/professional or technical qualification. Continue reading Applications invited for National Fund Scholarship Scheme for Students with Disabilities, India

PROJECTS FROM CENTRAL GOVERNMENT Ministry of Rural Development


Name of the Scheme Sponsored by Funding Pattern Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme (ARWSP) Central Government Funds are provided to States for making provision of safe drinking water in rural habitations. The State Governments are to provide matching funds from their own resources. Department of Rural Development Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme (ARWSP) is implemented by the Government of India to provide safe drinking water in rural areas. Under this programme, the following norms are to be followed : 40 liters per capita per day (Ipcd) of drinking water for human beings, 30 liters per capita per day of additional water for cattle in areas under the Desert Development Programme, one hand-pump or stand post for every 250 persons and availability of water source in the habitation or within 1.6 km in the plains and 100 m elevation in hilly area. Community, Material, A certain proportion of the Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme funds are set aside for implementation of Sector Reforms projects for institutionalizing community participation in the Rural Water Supply Programme. This programme has been introduced in 67 pilot districts across the country, under which, the community is equipped to plan, sanction, implement, manage, operate and maintain rural water supply schemes of their own choice so as to ensure their sustainability. Under these projects, people's contribution amounting to at least 1 0 per cent of the capital cost and I 00 per cent of the O&M cost are also envisaged. The contribution towards capital cost can be ion the form of cash, kind or labour. After the 73ra Amendment to the Constitution of India, the subject of rural water supply was placed under the Panchayati Raj Institutions, arid the Panchayats/local community have the power to implement schemes, particularly in selecting the location of hand pumps, stand-posts and spot sources; in management of sources and schemes.

Ministry/Department Description

Beneficiaries Benefits Type Eligibility criteria

How to Avail

Validity of the Scheme Introduced On Reference URL Name of the Scheme Sponsored by Description 01 / 04 / 1973 Valid Upto 28 / 04 / 2013

http://rural.nic.in/sites/programmes-schemes-DWS-programm.asp Standardised Costing for Water Harvesting Central Government The system of harvesting water from rooftops is useful mainly for drinking water purposes. In this system rain water falling on the roofs can be collected through a system of pipes and semi circular channel of galvanized iron or PVC and is stored in tanks in a suitably sized storage tank for providing sufficient water for reasonably long duration. Community, Subsidy, If the present capacity of the tank is found inadequate and necessity for larger capacity tank is subsequently felt for the villagers who find the technology suitable, another storage tank of similar or slightly larger capacity (5000 Ltr.) can be provided. Approach Council for Advancement of People's Action and Rural Technology (CAPART).

Beneficiaries Benefits Type Eligibility criteria

How to Avail Validity of the Scheme Valid Upto Reference URL

24 / 12 / 2015 http://capart.nic.in/scheme/rain.html

Ministry of Agriculture

Benefits Name of the Scheme Sponsored by Description Livestock Insurance Scheme Benefit Type Central Government Other Benefits Aims to provide protection mechanism to the farmers and cattle rearers against any eventual loss of their animals due to death and to demonstrate the benefit of the insurance of livestock to the people and popularize it with the ultimate goal of attaining qualitative improvement in livestock and their products. Individual, Family, Community, other, Farmers (large/small/marginal) cattle rearers and Eligibility criteria Insurance Benefit Farmers (large/small/marginal) and cattle rearers having the crossbred and high yielding cattle and buffaloes. Need to contact Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries Others, Material, Subsidy,

How to Avail

Validity of the Scheme Valid Upto Reference URL http://dahd.nic.in/schemes/livestock_insurance_scheme.htm 11 / 01 / 2013

Beneficiaries Other Beneficiaries

PROJECTS FROM STATE GOVERNMENT


Arunachal Pradesh

Name of the Scheme: Integrated Low Cost Sanitation Scheme Reference URL: http://www.udarunachal.in/guidelines/ilcs.pdf (-1 MB)
Andaman and Nicobar Island Financial Physically Unemployed 31/12/2013 Financial Allowances to Permanently Disabled Persons 01/01/2014 Financial or Assistance and for Medical Phy Development Schemes MADHYA PRADESH Rani Durgavati Anusuchit Jaati/ Anusuchit Jan Jaati Swarojgar Yojna CHANDIGARH Assistance to Handicapped Persons RAJASTHAN

Name of the Scheme: Drinking Water Supply under Bharat Nirman Reference URL: http://arunachalphed.nic.in/about/bharatnirman.htm
Housing Beedi HIMACHAL PRADESH Fishermen Relief Fund Scheme KERALA Handloom Export Scheme valid upto 31/03/2015 GOA Goa Cyberage Student Scheme, 2004-05

Jan Shree Bima Yojna Revised Scheme Integrated 2005 for

Workers, etc. Akshat Yojna for unemployed graduates ANDHRA PRADESH INDIRAMMA (Integrated Novel Development and Rajiv in Rural Areas

Rehabilitation, Purchase of Aids Appliances to Treatment 01/01/2013 Cattle Programme 03/03/2015 Assistance to Needy Widows valid upto 31/12/2013

CHHATTISGARH Rajya Chhatravritti (Pre-Matric) 30/06/2020 Metrikottar 30/06/2016 Asvachh Dandha Chhatravritti Yojna 30/06/2015 Chhatravas 30/06/2015 Yojna Chhatravritti

Model Gandhi

Municipal Vidjutikaran

Areas)Scheme 31/07/2017 Scheme 31/07/2016 National Project for Cattle & Buffalo Breeding 31/05/2014 Schemes of Disabled Welfare Department 22/07/2015 Rajiv Swagruha Scheme 07/07/2014 Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana 30/04/2013 Rajiv Janani Udyogasri Scheme 24/07/2015 Suraksha Yojana

Chatragrih Yojna 30/06/2016 Vidhyarthi 30/06/2020 Kanya Saksharata Protsahan Yojna 30/06/2015 ORISSA Kalyan Yojna

Chandigarh Model Milch Cattle Centre Scheme, 2008 31/12/2012

Scheme

and

Sukhibhava

Swajaladhara Scheme

Scheme 30/04/2025