The Development Control and Promotions Regulations (DCPR) 2034, has made a provision of setting up a parking authority to exclusively manage parking space in Mumbai by Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM). It will be India’s first parking authority to plan, regulate and manage all on/off street parking and public parking places under the physical jurisdiction of Greater Mumbai. As AIILSG is a part of the Development plan 2034, it has provided
The main objective of Haritha Kerala Mission is to achieve zero waste i.e. all the waste materials will be decomposed at the place of production. For the promotion of this objective, Haritha Karma Sena and Haritha Shaya Sthapanangal are established to ensure participation of the people by organized programs of awareness. AIILSG is selected as one of the Haritha Sahaya Sthapanangal. Methods adopted for waste management in the offices: Prohibition of all
Empowerment of Under-privileged Tribals in Palghar District of Maharashtra supported by Rallis India Limited (A TATA Enterprise) The project focuses on holistic empowerment of under-privileged tribals through community based interventions for improving quality of education of the tribal children through Shikshan Ranjan Kendras, improved health & nutrition through kitchen gardens, family based activities for promoting livelihoods, and fostering community enabler organizations for sustainability.
Thane Municipal Corporation and Nagpur Municipal Corporation has allotted RCUES, Mumbai for the Swachh Survekshan project 2018 wherein we have placed a dedicated full time and one part time team members
The project focuses on improving access of health & reproductive health services to ‘Denotified and Nomadic Tribal (DNT) Populations especially DNT Women & Girls, who are amongst the most disadvantaged populations today in India. Vasti Aarogya Samitis were established in all 12 DNT settlements of the project. It was ensured that each Vasti Aarogya Samiti has at least 50% of women members. Thirty six health education programs were conducted in
This project is supported by National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. for Rural Under-Privileged Children’s, Urban Under-Privileged Children’s and Urban Under-Privileged Children’s. Rural Under-Privileged Children The Project focused on serving & enriching education to Slum Dweller Children in remote rural & tribal areas of Satara district of Maharashtra. Under this model, Shikshan Ranjan Kendras (SRK) or Children’s Resource Centres, are established. Wherein, 16 Shikshan Ranjan Kendras (SRKs) are established in
Skill Development Programme supported by National Skill Development Council and Maharashtra State Skill Development Council Skill Development Cell of AIILSG is conducting skill development programmes since 2013. In past couple of years Skill Development Cell is organizing programmes under National Livelihood Mission, Pramod Mahajan Kaushalya Vikas Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Kaushalya Vikas Yojana.
The vision for Urban Sanitation as per National Urban Sanitation Policy (NUSP) is that, “All Indian cities and towns become totally sanitized, healthy and livable and ensure and sustain good public health and environmental outcomes for all their citizens with a special focus on hygienic and affordable sanitation facilities for the urban poor and women”. The project team of AIILSG, Pune will be working with 64 Urban Local Bodies
Risk Award 2015 a joint initiative by of United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), Munich Re Foundation, Germany and Global Risk Forum, Davos. The project focuses on reducing disaster risks faced by the vulnerable populations with special focus on participation of women and children as key decision makers. The initiative has been implemented in 68 locations including 12 Slums in Pune for detailed disaster risk assessment, awareness
This project is supported by UNICEF and partners with District Administration Mumbai Suburban District and Department of Women and Child Development, Govt. of Maharashtra. The purpose of the study is to identify the gaps in the child protection efforts in the district and to help bridge them through a constructive analysis resulting in recommendations to be implemented and was conducted across three tehsils in the Mumbai Suburban district to