Announcing the Winners of 2018 “Savera Literacy Award “

Savera NGO announced the name of Mr. Uppkar Dutt Sharma and and Mr. Nafees Ahmad the winners of Savera Literacy Award 2018 in recognition of thier astounding ability to educate youth and their commitment of girl child education and women literacy. Mr. Nafees Ahmad is a Retd. Professor, Kisan Degree College, Simbhaoli, Hapur and Mr. Uppkar Dutt Sharma is a Principal at Adarsh Inter College, Nali Husaunpur, Hapur.

Congratulations to both of them for achieving the award!!!

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The Conference on Literacy and Skills Development

Event : International Literacy Day

Topic : Literacy and Skills Development

Award : Savera Literacy Award

When,
Saturday, 8 September 2018 at 10:30 AM.
Where: Hapur, Uttar Pradesh

Details :

Since 1967, International Literacy Day celebrations have taken place annually around the world to remind the public of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights, and to advance the literacy agenda towards a more literate and sustainable society. “The Conference on Literacy and Skills Development” will explore ways to make effective connections between literacy and technical and vocational skills in policies, practice, systems and governance.

Focusing on youth and adults within the lifelong learning framework, the effective linkages between literacy and skills will be explored.

The renewed focus on integrated approaches is grounded, on the one hand, in persistent literacy and skills challenges, and, on the other, in the new skills demands and impetus generated by the
current context of globalization, digitization and the Global Education 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goal 4. Literacy is a fundamental human right and the foundation for lifelong learning. It is fully essential to social and human development in its ability to transform lives.

Did you know?
758 million adults (15 years and older) are still illetrate in the world. Almost world’s half illetrate population live in India. According to UNESCO institute for Statistics 2015 India’s literacy rate is 72.1 % below average world literacy rate 86.3%.
Uttar Pradesh is the largest population state of India with 200 million people and literary rate 67.68% below national literacy rate 74.04 as of 2011 census. However Literacy Rates Continue to Rise from One Generation to the Next.

Award Ceremony : Savera Literacy Award will be presented to selected persons showing excellent work for Literacy.

Education transforms lives and is at the heart of SAVERA’s mission to build peace, eradicate poverty and drive sustainable development.

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Savera Humanitarian Award|Call for Entries |Last Date August 16, 2018

We strive to give recognition to people, who work and dedicate his/her life for the betterment of humanity. He/she could be anyone from any kind of profession, from all age, and from any state of India. May it be an ordinary man/female or a nation leader. We value hard works labored for peace and humanity, reaching hunger souls crying for help.
Our Objective is to promote humanitarian issues and inspire others.
May all the good works spread around the globe and become both a living sample and inspiration to others.
We receive submissions from all over India.

Call for Entries:

Are you a humanitarian hero?

Are you a Journalist/Philosopher/ Poet /Educationist / Social Activist etc. inspiring ordinary people who work for humanity?
Do you know leaders in India, or anyone who humbly deserve recognition for their act of humanity?
Spread the words and let them become an inspiration!
#NotATarget #WorldHumanitarianDay #SaveraHumanitarianAward

Last Date of applying for the Award: 16th August 2018

You can submit yourself, or people you know, living or dead.
Send your or his/her CV to our
email: ngosavera@gmail.com
OR
To our office: ‘Savera Society for Human Initiatives’ 10, Revti Kunj, Railway Road, Hapur, Uttar Pradesh -245101. INDIA
State your name and your relation to the person you suggest. CV and other supported documentation or related information like photos, news papers, clipping etc.

United Nations approve Special Consultative Status for @saverango

Savera Society for Human Initiatives (SSHI) was recently granted special consultative status by the United Nations Economic and Social Council. This is a major achievement for an organization run entirely by Humanitarians. Saverians work hard in extremely adverse conditions with available resources.
The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) adopted the recommendation of the ECOSOC Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations to grant SSHI the designation at its July 24, 2018 coordination and management meeting.
The ECOSOC grants Special Consultative Status (hereafter: “SCS”) to NGOs whose programs are of direct relevance to the Aims and Objects of the United Nations. The SCS allows NGOs to attend UN conferences, designate UN representatives to all UN missions in the world, and circulate statements at ECOSOC and other UN meetings.
The SCS allows the SSHI to further fulfill its role as an international platform for youth, women, disadvantaged, poor and marginalized sections of the society to make their voices heard by decision makers. SSHI is looking forward to the challenge of making best use of the SCS in order to give young, creative, energetic, intellectual and humanist peoples’ views a more prominent place.There are 3 levels of Consultative Status, General, Special and Roster. With an estimated 10 million NGOs in the world, less than 0.0005%, or approximately 5000 NGOs in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), and SSHI is privileged to be among them.

Privileges of Special Consultative Status:
SSHI will now be able to submit written statements on areas of expertise to the United Nations to be circulated by the Secretary-General.
Other privileges include:
• Place items on the provisional agenda of UN-ECOSOC;
• Provide expert analysis on issues directly from experience in the field;
• Serve as an early warning agent;
• Help monitor and implement international agreements;
• Help raise public awareness of relevant issues;
• Play a major role in advancing United Nations goals and objectives;
• Attend international conferences and events;
• Organize side events;
• Hold up to seven United Nations grounds passes;
• May sit as observers at public meetings of UN-ECOSOC and its subsidiary bodies;
• Submit written statements and make oral presentations to governments;
• Have opportunities to network and lobby.

Representatives from SSHI, will have grounds passes at the New York headquarters in order to participate in U.N. work as well as in Geneva for the Human Rights Council.

SSHI is an Indian, not-for-profit and non governmental organization meeting a critical need in Indian society.

SSHI operates on the principle of humanitarianism, believing that people’s well-being is the most important goal for which to strive. Following from this are a special focus on lifelong learning opportunities to all, economic & social justice and poverty alleviation.
Since 2009, SSHI and the United Nations have had a longstanding, positive relationship our programs are of direct relevance to the goals of United Nations and working toward better communities and a better world without poverty.

“Special consultative status granted to our organization by the United Nations is further recognition of our very important role in the world,” said Er. Mukhtar Zahid President

for more info!
21 May – 30 May 2018 & 11 June: 2018 Resumed Session
Report of the 2018 Resumed Session
http://csonet.org/con…/documents/E-2018-32%20(Part%20II).pdf

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