Wednesday, January 30, 2008

IndianNGOs.com has launched: Village portal of India - http://www.638387.org/

Everyone says India lives in villages.

How many ?
638387 - remember as 6 3838 7

IndianNGOs.com is pleased to announce the launch of our village portal, 638387.org, which gives opportunity to you to share
and see the work of multiple stakeholders, village by village.

To start with, they are sharing the wonderful work being done by Byrraju Foundation in 6 districts of India, a replicable examples of how a village in Maharashtra Hiware Bazar has helped itself, a couple of modules to sensitise you on the canvas of India and a quiz ( with answers ) on just how India's population is spread over its states and union territories.

638387.org is a serious site with a great fun and creative element. Because it is not targeted just at IndianNGOs.com traditional audience of NGOs, corporates, funding agencies, media....

This site is for every citizen of India and therefore this site will use the people who have power to influence to influence you and help you participate in India's roadmap to 2020

Some important content:

Quick links on Developed Nation:
Vision of a developed nation by Mr Amitabh Bachchan
Vision of a developed nation by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Dr Pachauri's model of development

Quick links on list of villages- district wise, alphabetical wise:
District wise coverage of villages
Alphabetical coverage of villages
Byrraju Foundation programmes in over 100 villages


Tracking work in villages
Village visioning
50 parameters to track village development

Success stories
54 millionaires in a village

Sensitising India. And take a quiz
Free modules on sensitising India on social and developmental issues
250 questions and answers on population of India

Tracking
Tracking former president Kalam's PURA



DO visit: http://www.638387.org/ and know more about India.

To share your work in village and For more detail contact: Vrushali@IndianNGOs.com



Forget yourself for others, and others will never forget you.

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