Promoting trade is the best way for developing rural economy and enable a sustainable increase in economic welfare of local tribal volk.
Success of ‘trade not aid’ in south east Asia including China have been able to dramatically increase economic welfare through increasing trade from villagers or tribes. These countries have lifted record numbers of people out of absolute poverty within two decades of economic growth – largely driven by growth in rural trade by providing modern techniques or machinery for their traditional skills. Developing rural economy has also stopped migration to big cities in these countries....
Rural development means development of rural areas in such a way that social, economic and technological components of rural life change in a desired direction and within framework of national goals and objectives without prejudice to the development of the urban area of the country. With our plan to bring business to villages, we ensure to bring reverse migration, skill development and re-skilling programme for the rural volk.
Adivasi Kalyan Samiti proposes to make a Brand for home furnishing items for the international market, where villagers with some technology upliftment of their ancestral skill can make world class products.
We propose to bring international trainers to our villages to teach them what World needs. International Pottery & clay designers, bamboo artists, handloom experts will join our team to bring international know-how.
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Adivasi Kalyan Samitee is founded by some strong will social activists in the state of Jharkhand.
It is not meant for any particular caste or specific group of people though it has been created for the upliftment of all the traditional occupations and skills which have been in existence since time immemorial, and are becoming extinct in today's modern world.
The institution has been registered in the year 2012 as per the provisions of the Societies Registration Act of 1860. Mr. Sonaram Kumhar, founder cum Secretary of is retired from the honorary rank of Subedar Major in the Indian Army. This NGO is till now active in providing advantages of government schemes to local tribal volk.
There are several big plans for the coming tomorrow as well, taking the pottery art from villages to national and international level.
Sarvodaya is a Sanskrit term meaning 'universal uplift' or ‘inclusive progress'. The term was used by Mahatma Gandhi as the title of his 1908 translation of John Ruskin's tract on political economy, Unto This Last, and Gandhi came to use the term for the ideal of his own political philosophy. Later Gandhians, like the Indian nonviolence activist Vinoba Bhave, embraced the term as a name for the social movement in post-independence India which strove to ensure that self-determination and equality reached all strata of Indian society.
Rural development keeps an important position because majority of Indian population reside in rural areas. It is a process which leads to a continuous rise in the capacity of rural people to control their environment accompanied by a wider distribution of benefits resulting from such control. Rural development thus means development of rural areas in such a way that social, economic and technological components of rural life change in a desired direction and within framework of national goals and objectives without prejudice to the development of the urban area of the country. With Mryda we ensure to bring reverse migration, skill development and re-skilling programme for the rurals.
This pandemic has already changed various management of a nation. One of the most affected areas was the education system. Students are now forced to acquire the distance online system. This has created a concern in those areas where the technology is not so updated. Schools are shut down and children who lack these facilities are indulging in their households or simply doing nothing. They are mostly children of daily wage workers, silk farmers, potters etc. We all know how hard this pandemic has hit them even to collect money for bread and butter. Keeping this concern in mind classes for children in the Saraikela district of Jharkhand has been initiated by the team.
These children now can get access to direct education with a tutor and also keeping in mind the covid necessary rules. Social distancing, proper sanitization and mask is made compulsory for the children.
Classes of 25 minutes take place in shifts to ensure social distancing. We have managed to link with standard teachers who would provide them quality education.
This idea was supported and partnered by Manaaka, Seidentraum, Ethical kind and Cocccon.
In the coming future we are planning to minimize this digital divide by providing these students a smartphone or tablet to continue their education similar to rest of the world. If any individual or organization would like to donate any unused smartphone/tablet or any amount to reduce the digital divide can reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org