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Community Development Centre (Bhatera, India)

Bhatera, India
Joined November 2017

Rights with dignity

Presence in: India
Focus: Other

The CDC [Community Development Centre] was established by three like- minded
youths namely Mr. Ameen Charles, Ms. Vandna Agrawal and Mr. Rajkumar Sahu.
All was working in same place and coming from rural background. In the leadership
of Mr. Ameen Charles, CDC was establish in the year 2000 start work for
development of rural poor tribal community in Mahakoushal region of Madhya
Pradesh state, the area where tribals are in majority, natural resources are
available in quantity, but exploitation, bureaucratic hurdles and corruption is high.
After looking and experiencing the situation the founder members decided to work
for the people with motto of Rights in Dignity.
The area has been chosen to work because of poor health and sanitation facilities,
literacy is very much low, no proper transport and communication facilities
available. IMR is more than 90 and MMR is around 360, which is high than national
data. We have start working on women and child health, women rights and
livelihood. After our working experience and need of local area we start working on
conservation related issues and trying to integrate livelihood and conservations. In
past 10 years organization has been worked with different organization i.e. CARE,
DFID, UNDP, SDTT on various issues. In 2005 the executive committee of the
organization decided and prioritized issues of working in the area. As per decision
of executive committee organization will work on the issue of Livelihood,
Governance, Health and NRM. These are core area of work for the organization, for
the development of Children’s, women and youths.
In last 10 years CDC has been worked a lot and developed system at the
organization level and keeping transparency on work. CDC is registered with Give
India Foundation, Guide Star and Credibility Alliance in India.

People Associated With This Organization

Ameen Charles

India  
Community Development Centre (Bhatera,...
Joined November 2017
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights
My name is Ameen Charles and I am leading an non profit organization, called CDC (Community Development Centre) The organization was established in the year of 2000 to work for local tribal ingenious communities. Since than the organization has been working for the most vulnerable tribal communities. We work on Health- Education, Livelihood and Environment. In the social development world new concepts, new approach, resources are very much important. Through the network we can gain lots of knowledge and information to work for rural communities. We wish to share our stories what we are doing and our success. The rural communities needs a platform to show their problem and find the solutions. This kind of network could be beneficial for us.

Sachendra Sharma

India  
Community Development Centre (Bhatera,... (Unverified)
Joined June 2018
Interests: Criminal Justice, Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services, Land & Natural Resources, Women's Rights
 

 

 SEMINARS AND OTHER WORKSHOPS

 

 

Ø Participated in the Seminar on- "Criminal Trial & Investgation System In India" by  Hon'ble Justice Mr.M.L.Tahaliyani (Judge High Court of  Mumbai).

 

 

Ø Participated and presented a paper in the National seminar on "Legal Writing  & Contract Drafting Training " organized by indore Institute of Law(DAVV University) on 4th and 5th May, 2015.

 

The training covered the following topics:

- Structure of Contracts

- Plain English writing

- Use of plain English in contacts

- Contract vocabulary

- Shortening sentences

- Use of warrantries and indemnities

- Liquidate Damages Clauses

- Writing clear obligations

Ø Participated in the Seminar on- "Enviormental Development and Conservation with special reference to Indore" by Botany department & enviotnment forum held at the department of batany Holkar Scinec College Indore on 18th of Sep 2001.

 

 

 

Ø Participated in National Symposium 2015 on "The Evolving Laws Pertaining to Crimin
Ameen Charles is the network champion (main point of contact) for Community Development Centre (Bhatera, India).

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