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    PRIA (Society for Participatory Research in Asia) with support of Arghyam, Bangalore, and in collaboration with SROUT, Korba, is pursuing a year-long Action Research on implementation of the provision of the Panchayat Extension to Scheduled Area (PESA) Act -1996, with f... read more

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    The Pehchan Training Curriculum supports Community Systems Strengthening (CSS) for MSM, transgender and hijra organisations. It was developed by community experts in India and is one of the first comprehensive CSS curricula for vulnerable sexual minorities working in the HIV response.

     

    About Pehchan: Pehchan is a five-year programme supported by the Global Fund that strengthens and builds the capacity of 201 community-based organizations (CBOs) in 17 states of India to advance HIV prevention. Implemented by a consortium led by India HIV/AIDS Alliance and six sub-recipient partners (Humsafar Trust; Sangama; Pehchan North Region Office: SAATHII; Alliance India Andhra Pradesh; and SIAAP), Pehchan collaborates with India’s Department of AIDS Control and will reach as many as 450,000 MSM, transgenders and hijras by 2015. It remains the Global Fund’s largest single-country grant to date focused on the HIV response for vulnerable sexual minorities.

     

    Pehchan provides a range of technical support and capacity building, including training to build necessary competencies among CBO staff. The Pehchan training curriculum has been developed to ensure that CBO staff understand organisational issues and are able to address ongoing challenges of programme implementation. While these modules have been developed for use in India, they can be adapted for different cultural contexts.

    Pehchan celebrates this milestone and our partners and community members who contributed to this remarkable resource. Special thanks to the Global Fund and the Department of AIDS Control for their support.

     

    The complete curriculum can be accessed at: http://www.allianceindia.org/publicationslist.php

    - Curriculum guide (PDF; 1.1 MB): http://www.allianceindia.org/publications/76497-      Curriculum%20Guide.pdf

    - Complete curriculum without multimedia tools (PDF; 8 MB):     http://www.allianceindia.org/Pehchan%20Training%20Curriculum_Consolidated.pdf 

    - Complete  curriculum with all multimedia tools (Zip file; 2.4 GB):     http://www.allianceindia.org/Pehchan%20Modules.rar

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    Youth for Social Development (YSD) is a not-for-profit independent social research and development organization established in 2005, based in Odisha, India. YSD conducted this study during early 2014 to find and get an idea how ‘Odiya MPs operate and utilize their part of funds’. The basic objective of the study is to assess the spending pattern of MPLADS funds in Odisha 2009-14. YSD believes, this report will be immense useful and give direction to the political parties, candidates and current MPs and voters to know the spending and performance of the elected representatives in the coming general election in India.

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    Southasiadisasters.net issue no. 103, January 2014: 

    This issue addresses the final phase of the Hyogo Framework for Action (2005-2015) and the consultations for a post 2015 framework for disaster risk reduction (or HFA2), which resulted in the identification of certain key areas or themes that need to be focused at and addressed by this framework. It explores these key areas for the Asia-Pacific region, with special focus on addressing ‘Local Level Action’. 

    The content includes: (i) Towards a Post 2015 Framework for DRR (HFA2); (ii) SAARC on Child Safety; (iii) Climate Change and Uttarakhand Disaster; (iv) Silchar is Getting Prepared: Big Risks in Small Towns; (v) Small and Many Voices on SiEMEx 2013; (vi) Taking Risk Reduction to the Last School; (vii) Gender Gap in Hyogo Framework for Action?; (viii) Cities under Restoration; (ix) Facilitation of Disaster Information Management: GLIDE; (x) Towards HFA 2: Some Remaining Items; (xi) Rights Protection, Accountability and Disaster Risk Reduction; (xii) Partnership with Private Sector in Preparedness.

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    Southasiadisasters.net issue no. 102, December 2013:

    Integrating disaster and climate risk at local level is the way to go. But how it happens? All India Disaster Mitigation Institute has recently completed more than 100 issues of southasiadisasters.net. This success is possible only due to the contribution of 345 writers belonging to 188 organizations from India and 33 countries, covering 13 disasters, spanning over 30 themes and 11 important policy discourses.

     

    The content includes:
    i. Institutionalising CSDRM Approach: Towards Effective Results to Cope against Climate Change 

    ii. India’s Commitment to CBDRM
    iii. Conference of Parties in Warsaw: What It Hesitated to Discuss?
    iv. National Commitment to Minimise the Negative Impact of Disasters
    v. How can Communities Help Unravel the Adaptation Finance Web?
    vi. Coping with Disaster – Home Truths from the Cyclone Aila
    vii. CIVIL SOCIETY and the STATE: Turkey after the Earthquake
    viii. Innovations in Green Economy: Top Three Agenda
    ix. Reducing Mismatch in CSDRM Priorities
    x. Livelihood Diversification: Reducing Climate Dependency
    xi. Significant Accomplishments of GSDMA in 2013
    xii. Understanding Disasters Differently
    xiii. Ecosystem based Disaster Risk Reduction
    xiv. Cyclone Phailin
    xv. Gender and CSDRM Approach: A Social Science View
    xvi. Sustainable Energy for All

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