SIDART is working on a range of developmental issues such as SDG dissemination,women empowerment,vocational trainings for boys, girls and women, health, nutrition and sanitation,child road safety,as community based interventions,training and awareness for drivers and fleet management trainings, HIV/AIDS awareness generation,health and nutrition counslling.
We are currently looking for meaningful partnerships both technical and financial.
Some of our partners since incenption :
The German Embassy
United Nation Global Compact Network India
The Royal Embassy of Netherlands,
Hanns Seidel Foundation
Fleet Forum Association
Johnson & Johnson pvt Ltd
The Shubham School,
The Times of India Group
Au Small Financers Bank
IIEMR ( Indian Institute of Event Managment and Research)
Glenmark Pharmaceuticals is a pharmaceutical company headquartered in Mumbai, India. It manufactures and markets generic formulation products and active pharmaceutical ingredients, both in the domestic and international markets. Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ldt. is funding SIADRT's Sora Tabar Project.
Fleet Forum was formed in 2003 to encourage, facilitate, and develop relationships between humanitarian aid and development organisations all over the world. It has grown to encompass commercial transport organizations that share concerns about road safety, green practices, and fleet efficiency. Fleet Forum is funding SIDART's Child Road Safety Project.
Hanns Seidel Foundation in partnership with SIDART are conducting the Women Political Leadership Training to 150 women from different political parties, organizations, government/non-governmental institutions as well as individuals who successful selected to join the programme in the year 2012. Hanns Seidel Foundation is funding SIDART's Women Empowerment Project.
Royal Embassy of Netherlands has a partnership with SIDART to develop training on women entrepreneurship. A group of girl students are being trained to start their own business. Today the Ambassador invited them for a lecture at The Netherlands Embassy. Royal Embassy of Netherlands is funding SIDART Women Empowerment Project.
Apollo Tyres Foundation is the body which works dedicatedly towards achievement of goals. Apollo Tyres Foundation's aim is to add value to the lives through not-for-profit initiatives, with the objective of ensuring that all programmes and initiatives remain sustainable and relevant. Apollo Types Foundation is funding SIDART's Apollo Tyres Health Care Centre Project.
United Parcel Service United Parcel Service of North America, Inc., typically referred to and branded as UPS (stylized as ups), is one of the largest shipment and logistics companies in the world. The American global package delivery company is headquartered in Sandy Springs, Georgia, which is part of the Greater Atlanta metropolitan area.
AU Small Finance Bank is, since 2017, a small finance bank in India. Formerly known as AU Financiers, it started operations as an NBFC in 1996. AU Small Finance Bank is funding SIDART's Health and Nutrition Counselling Project.
The German Embassy has a partnership with SIDART to install handpumps for clean drinking water in rural areas. A group of volunteers are being trained to help the people in these areas. The German Embassy is funding SIDART's project for installing handpumps for clean drinking water.
United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) is a United Nations (UN) programme that provides humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers in developing countries. UNICEF is funding SIDART's Safe Motherhood Project.
Johnson & Johnson Pvt Ltd is an American multinational medical devices, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods manufacturing company founded in 1886. Johnson & Johnson Pvt Ltd is funding SIDART's Childhood Safety Education Programme.
The Times of India Group is India’s largest media conglomerate having products in publishing, broadcasting, radio, film, entertainment and web portal domains. The Times of India Group is funding SIDART's Each One Teach One Project.
United Nations Global Compact Network India is a non-profit society to function as the Indian Local Network of the UN Global Compact, New York. Global Compact Network India is currently funding SIDART's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) certification course.
Mega Health Camps for almost ten to fifteen thousand people was organised during 2016 and 2017 with the support of Au Financiers and IIEMR.
A PARTNERSHIP WITH BPCL AT NANGAL GOVIND VILLAGE IN DAUSSA DISTRICT
VOCATIONAL TRAINING TO UNEMPLOYED EDUCATED YOUTH: ANIMAL ATTENDED TRAINING
Sustainable management of smallholder livestock depends on several factors such as availability of fodder, veterinary services. Unfortunately, the extension services in the livestock sector are very poor and the knowledge and skills to engage in profitable livestock farming. This requires development of the capacity of rural youth in scientific livestock management practices particularly development of a Para vet cadre. Keeping this in view, SIDART in association with BPCL organized a training course for developing the capacities of rural youth as veterinary managers so that the trained youth could provide the livestock extension services in their own village and also make it as a livelihood activity for themselves. The training is needed not only because the so trained youth will be able to earn livelihood for them but also it will help other poor villagers by enhancing access to quality livestock management services thereby preventing economic loss due to so far unaffordable services and resultant loss of livestock.
SIDART developed a need based training material in local language, Hindi, and adopted the course to suit to a heterogeneous group of youth from the village Nangal Govind. The course was designed in such a way that it catered to the needs of local population with utmost practical orientation. Thus SIDART conducted a 3 month's theoretical and practical training programme in livestock management.
The village members were encouraged to identify 10 suitable youths ( at least 10th Class pass and above 21 year age) for the training programme. The training was provided at Dausa which is at 3-4 Km distance from Nangal Govind. The students visited the hospital for exposure and also came to help in suffering at Jaipur and Gaushala at Baggru and Sanganer.
The methodology involved more of hands on training in animal hygiene, feed and fodder management, common diseases and vaccination schedule, etc. Everyday (25 days in a month) there were 3 hours theory sessions and 1-2 hours practical training. The trainees were provided with a simple veterinary kit along with necessary literature after the programme so as to enable them to provide simple veterinary services in their native village and the help of local veterinary doctor whenever required. This way they were expected to serve the local farmers and also earn a livelihood for themselves