Major Events and Achievements

Since its foundation in 2011, GREEN INDIA INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION has undergone a process of steady growth. This growth has been reflected in increase of the number and scopes of projects implemented by our Organization. In order to facilitate this, GIIF has formed partnerships with a number of local and national organizations. Regular and effective collaboration with these organizations have enabled GIIF to enter new areas of activity and enlarge the capacity of the organization.  below are some projects/programs implemented by Green India International Foundation.

1. Citizens  awareness programmes:- we have successfully implemented this programme in Biswan Tehsil of Sitapur district where the people were made aware of their rights and encouraged them to activity communicate with the officials frankly and without fear about problems faced by them and as to needs of development in the area. This programme was a grand success as people activity and effectively communicated with concerned authorizes.

 

2.Seminars and workshops:- we are regularly organizing seminars/ workshops throughout the state at district level which pertain to promotion of literacy, creation of awareness about health and hegira, sanitation, mal-nutrition, environment, water conservation, energy savingimportance and necessary of provision clean drinking water as also on eradicates of social evils.

 

3.we have focused our attention on education of children between the age group of 6 to 14. The education of children of weaker sections of the society. Especially of daily wage earners and lower income people of the society having very-very low income and below the poverty line. it may be not worthy that we have successfully provided free “Pre- Primary Education” to the children of Laborers most of which belonged to down trodden classes (dalit parivars).

 

4.Awareness programme on health:- we have organised eye camps, awareness programme for pulse polio campaign, flood donation camps, we have created awareness among people about family welfare programme. Created awareness about the menace of drug addictions and the ill effects of AIDs as also the propogation of measures to control and prevent its occurrence by properly educating people on this aspect.

 

5.We have effectively and successfully conducted the “Matdata  Jagrukta abhiyan” (Awareness campaign for electors) during 2012 Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha elections  throughout  district by means of distribution of campaign material and through the touring of folle song troupes and by urging people to exercise their voting power properly and elect only the able and deserving candidates which may be represent them with due integrity in those Panchayat Raj Institutions

 

6.Socials welfare programmes :- Water harvesting/ conservation- storing and conserving rain water in Talab (Tank) in many critical villages of Sitapur district, we provided employment to the people belonging to lower income of the society in excavating self from the tank and deepening the same. By this measure more water could be stored in the talab during raining season which way suitable recharge the underground water of the area and the stored water may serve the needs of the community for various other purposes.

 

7. Women empowerment: Green India International Foundation through its project "Gramin Mahila Swarojgar Karyakram" aims to facilitate the critical concern of livelihood among the deprived women population in the country.Nation wide network of centres extends support to the livelihood skill seeking women. The objective of these centres is to empower the women population especially from the deprived backgrounds with effective professional skills leading to appropriate livelihood opportunities.These centres provide appropriate skill development training programmes in the high demand services in various fields. The courses offered by us are between 3 – 6 months, providing the students adequate knowledge to facilitate livelihood opportunities at the end of the training programme.Technically sound trainers help and motivate the students to understand the smallest but critical technical know how of the desired skill development programme. The students are also provided tips on kick starting their livelihood through self employment opportunities.The foundation boasts of successfully training and providing livelihood opportunities to more than 10,000  women across the country since its time of inception in the year 2012.

 

8.skill Development & Employment Generation: GIIF providing vocational training & self employment trining to under-privileged, unemployed youth through its project "Learn & Earn". The objective is to effectively instill skills in the youth so they can join the mainstream society and break through the circle of poverty in which their families have been entrenched for generations. The training program assures employment in reputed organizations at course completion. Less educated and unemployable youth with or without formal education might be even school dropouts are handpicked for the training.

 

9. ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION & AWARNESS: Green India international Foundation is strategically conducting mass awareness programs like Green India Campaign, and Paryavaran Bachao Yatra. Besides awareness creation programs, Green India International Foundation is engaged in education, training and capacity building in environment and sustainable development areas and publishes resource materials. to equip the participants and readers with adequate knowledge and skills to act as better green practitioners for today and tomorrow.We are sure that organizations like GIIF with active support from the public, the corporate world and the government, can once gain bring back that pristine natural glory of our planet through sustainable practices.

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A tree plantation drive was conducted by the interactors of Amity International School-46 and rotaractors as a part of our ongoing project for the session 2008-09, on Saturday, 06 September 2008. 

A group of 11 interactors, the teacher-in-charge and 5 rotractors assembled at school by 8a.m. in high spirits. A small, barren plot of land, in front of the school had been identified and prepared a couple of days prior to the event. The saplings to be planted had been generously organized by the Principal, Ms. Neetii C. Kaoshik. It was completely wet and slushy from the rains the previous night, making it difficult to stand on the ground but the unexpected showers made the tree plantation more convenient. The weather was ideal - although it was a sunny day it didn't feel like one as there was a strong, cool breeze blowing. Everyone enjoyed being outdoors in the lovely weather. The saplings of the 'chandini' trees, manure and the equipment needed was collected at the site with the help of the school gardener and helpers. 

The gardener first stretched a piece of rope from one to the other end of the ground to make sure the saplings were planted in a straight line. The first sapling was planted by our respected principal, Ms. Neetii C. Kaoshik. Then everyone took turns to plant trees. After planting one row of saplings we moved to the other row which was at a distance of a half a meter. Manure was added to the freshly planted saplings. All the interactors and rotaractors present on the occasion participated enthusiastically in the event. Once the planting was finished off with, we clicked many pictures with our teacher in-charge, Ms. Anila Kaul and our principal Ms. Neeti C. Koushik. We also discussed with each other to start planting trees in our neighborhood to spread greenery and we are sure many people will support us in our plan. 

We were informed by our Principal that the school has also taken over a park next to our school and we plan to start work on it in the coming months. We wound up the day by relaxing over sandwiches and juice, provided by the school after washing up.  - See more at: http://www.uthaanngo.org/success-stories.php#sthash.qtDedWma.dpuf
A tree plantation drive was conducted by the interactors of Amity International School-46 and rotaractors as a part of our ongoing project for the session 2008-09, on Saturday, 06 September 2008. 

A group of 11 interactors, the teacher-in-charge and 5 rotractors assembled at school by 8a.m. in high spirits. A small, barren plot of land, in front of the school had been identified and prepared a couple of days prior to the event. The saplings to be planted had been generously organized by the Principal, Ms. Neetii C. Kaoshik. It was completely wet and slushy from the rains the previous night, making it difficult to stand on the ground but the unexpected showers made the tree plantation more convenient. The weather was ideal - although it was a sunny day it didn't feel like one as there was a strong, cool breeze blowing. Everyone enjoyed being outdoors in the lovely weather. The saplings of the 'chandini' trees, manure and the equipment needed was collected at the site with the help of the school gardener and helpers. 

The gardener first stretched a piece of rope from one to the other end of the ground to make sure the saplings were planted in a straight line. The first sapling was planted by our respected principal, Ms. Neetii C. Kaoshik. Then everyone took turns to plant trees. After planting one row of saplings we moved to the other row which was at a distance of a half a meter. Manure was added to the freshly planted saplings. All the interactors and rotaractors present on the occasion participated enthusiastically in the event. Once the planting was finished off with, we clicked many pictures with our teacher in-charge, Ms. Anila Kaul and our principal Ms. Neeti C. Koushik. We also discussed with each other to start planting trees in our neighborhood to spread greenery and we are sure many people will support us in our plan. 

We were informed by our Principal that the school has also taken over a park next to our school and we plan to start work on it in the coming months. We wound up the day by relaxing over sandwiches and juice, provided by the school after washing up.  - See more at: http://www.uthaanngo.org/success-stories.php#sthash.qtDedWma.dpuf