Janakalyan is one among very few NGOs in the country accredited by Credibility Alliance, New Delhi for good governance, accountability and transparency standards. Janakalyan believes in empowerment and sustainability strategies and all its programs are designed with these core principles. www.guidestarIndia.org is pleased to award “Advanced Level – GuidestardIndia GOLD” for Accountability and Transparency maintained at all levels to its highest standards. To serve four holy mothers viz. Manavimata (woman), Bhoomata (soil), Gangamata (water) and Gomata (animals) Janakalyan has adhered to 7 programatic tools as framework of its interventions and these 7E are – E1-Empowerment: Jan Sanghatan: An initiative to bring community together on a common platform to resolve their burning issues E2-Employment: Jan Krishi: An initiative to improve the livelihoods of farmers by making agriculture profit-making and thereby creating employment opportunities E3-Environment: Jan Jal: An initiative to make judicious use of water for irrigation using water efficient technologies to manage natural resources effectively E4-Education: Jan Shiksha: An initiative to decentralize education in rural India using innovative tools of Janakalyan to reach the unreached E5-Entrepreneurship: Jan Udyog: An initiative for the unemployed rural youths to create job-creators & not job-seekers through self employment ventures E6-Energy: Jan Shakti: An initiative of Janakalyan to harness renewable sources of energy for production & consumption to reduce burden on ecology E7-Ensuring health: Jan Raksha: An initiative of Janakalyan to protect health of all living beings using affordable tools The activities of Janakalyan are within the framework mentioned above and are to serve deserving mothers, needy children and poor farmers of marginalized and deprived communities.
The Arboricultural Association (the AA) was founded in 1964 bringing together the civic and commercial sectors to deliver a united voice for trees; with its 3200 members, it is the largest professional body in the UK for the amenity tree care professional. Amenity trees are those with recreational, functional, environmental, ecological, social, health or aesthetic value as opposed to those cultivated as a timber crop. The AA is regarded by many as being the focal point for world-class best practice in arboriculture and is the UK home for all sectors of arboriculture, civic, commercial and academic and the home for all levels of tree care professional, craft, technical, supervisory, managerial or consultancy. Our professional members are increasingly employed and consulted, wherever there are trees, all over the world, to deliver specialist advice and operations. Our purpose is to promote the sustainable management of trees for the benefit of society, in areas where people live, work and play.
Promoting better understanding, diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for individuals with cardiac arrhythmia.