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193 UN Member Countries
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5 oceans
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7 continents
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8 Planets
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5 Dwarf Planets
Pluto
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Makemake
Haumea
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Hypothetical
Planet X
Earth's Moon, Sun
Earth's Moon
Earth's Sun
World, Universe
World
Universe
 

October 17

International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
2016 Theme:
Moving from humiliation and exclusion to participation: Ending poverty in all its forms

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal to “end poverty in all its forms everywhere” explicitly recognizes that poverty results not from the lack of just one thing but from many different interrelated factors that affect the lives of people living in poverty. This means we must go beyond seeing poverty merely as the lack of income or what is necessary for material well-being — such as food, housing, land, and other assets – in order to fully understand poverty in its multi-dimensions.

The theme this year – selected in consultation with activists, civil society and non-governmental organizations – highlights how important it is to recognize and address the humiliation and exclusion endured by many people living in poverty.

"Poverty is not simply measured by inadequate income. It is manifested in restricted access to health, education and other essential services and, too often, by the denial or abuse of other fundamental human rights [...] Let us listen to and heed the voices of people living in poverty. Let us commit to respect and defend the human rights of all people and end the humiliation and social exclusion that people living in poverty face every day by promoting their involvement in global efforts to end extreme poverty once and for all." — UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon

Past Observances
2015 : “Building a sustainable future: Coming together to end poverty and discrimination”.
2014 : “Leave no one behind: think, decide and act together against extreme poverty”.
2013 : “Working together towards a world without discrimination: Building on the experience and knowledge of people in extreme poverty“
2012 : “Ending the Violence of Extreme Poverty: Promoting Empowerment and Building Peace”.
2011 : “From Poverty to Sustainability:People at the Centre of Inclusive Development“.
2010 : “From Poverty to Decent Work: bridging the gap”
2009: "Children and Families Speak Out Against Poverty"
2008: "Human Rights and Dignity of People Living in Poverty"
2007: "People Living in Poverty as Agents of Change: 20th Anniversary of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty"
2006: Working Together out of Poverty
2005: "Achieving the Millennium Development Goals: Empowering the poorest of the poor"
2004: How Poverty Separates Parents and Children

 

About International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
The observance of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty can be traced back to 17 October 1987. On that day, over a hundred thousand people gathered at the Trocadéro in Paris , where the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed in 1948, to honour the victims of extreme poverty, violence and hunger. They proclaimed that poverty is a violation of human rights and affirmed the need to come together to ensure that these rights are respected. These convictions are inscribed in a commemorative stone unveiled on this day. Since then, people of all backgrounds, beliefs and social origins have gathered every year on October 17th to renew their commitment and show their solidarity with the poor. Replicas of the commemorative stone have been unveiled around the world and serve as a gathering place to celebrate the Day. One such replica is located in the garden of United Nations Headquarters and is the site of the annual commemoration organized by the United Nations Secretariat in New York .

Through resolution 47/196 adopted on 22 December 1992, the General Assembly declared 17 October as the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty and invited all States to devote the Day to presenting and promoting, as appropriate in the national context, concrete activities with regard to the eradication of poverty and destitution. The resolution further invites intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations to assist States, at their request, in organizing national activities for the observance of the Day, and requests the Secretary-General to take, within existing resources, the measures necessary to ensure the success of the Day's observance by the United Nations.

October 17th presents an opportunity to acknowledge the effort and struggle of people living in poverty, a chance for them to make their concerns heard, and a moment to recognize that poor people are the first ones to fight against poverty. Participation of the poor themselves has been at the center of the Day's celebration since its very beginning. The commemoration of October 17th also reflects the willingness of people living in poverty to use their expertise to contribute to the eradication of poverty.

Events
539 BC – Cyrus the Great marches into the city of Babylon, releasing the Jews from almost 70 years of exile. Cyrus allows the Jews to return to Yehud Medinata and rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem.
456 – Battle of Placentia: Ricimer, supported by Majorian (comes domesticorum), defeats near Piacenza (Northern Italy) the Roman usurper Avitus.
1091 – London Tornado of 1091: A tornado thought to be of strength T8/F4 strikes the heart of London.
1346 – Battle of Neville's Cross: King David II of Scotland is captured by Edward III of England near Durham, and imprisoned in the Tower of London for eleven years.
1448 – Second Battle of Kosovo, where the mainly Hungarian army led by John Hunyadi is defeated by an Ottoman army led by Sultan Murad II.
1456 – The University of Greifswald is established, making it the second oldest university in northern Europe (also for a period the oldest in Sweden, and Prussia)
1604 – Kepler's Star: German astronomer Johannes Kepler observes a supernova in the constellation Ophiuchus.
1610 – French king Louis XIII is crowned in Rheims.
1660 – Nine Regicides, the men who signed the death warrant of Charles I, are hanged, drawn and quartered.
1662 – Charles II of England sells Dunkirk to France for 40,000 pounds.
1771 – Premiere in Milan of the opera Ascanio in Alba, composed by Wolfgang Mozart, age 15.
1777 – American Revolutionary War: British General John Burgoyne surrenders his army at Saratoga, New York.
1781 – American Revolutionary War: British General Lord Charles Cornwallis surrenders at the Siege of Yorktown.
1800 – Britain takes control of the Dutch colony of Curaçao.
1806 – Former leader of the Haitian Revolution, Emperor Jacques I of Haiti is assassinated after an oppressive rule.
1814 – London Beer Flood occurs in London, killing nine.
1860 – First The Open Championship (referred to in North America as the British Open).
1888 – Thomas Edison files a patent for the Optical Phonograph (the first movie).
1905 – The October Manifesto issued by Tsar Nicholas II of Russia
1907 – Guglielmo Marconi's company begins the first commercial transatlantic wireless service between Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada and Clifden, Ireland.
1912 – Bulgaria, Greece and Serbia declare war on the Ottoman Empire, joining Montenegro in the First Balkan War.
1917 – First British bombing of Germany in World War I.
1931 – Al Capone convicted of income tax evasion.
1933 – Albert Einstein flees Nazi Germany and moves to the United States.
1941 – For the first time in World War II, a German submarine attacks an American ship.
1941 – German troops execute the male population of the villages Kerdyllia in Serres, Greece.
1943 – Burma Railway (Burma-Thailand Railway) is completed.
1945 – A massive number of people, headed by CGT and Evita, gather in the Plaza de Mayo in Argentina to demand Juan Peron's release. It calls "el día de la lealtad peronista" (peronista loyalty day)
1945 – Archbishop Damaskinos of Athens becomes Prime Minister of Greece between the pull-out of the German occupation force in 1944 and the return of King Georgios II to Greece.
1956 – The first commercial nuclear power station is officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II in Sellafield,in Cumbria, England.
1956 – Donald Byrne Vs. Bobby Fischer play a famous chess game called The Game of the Century. Fischer beat Byrne and wins a Brilliancy prize.
1961 – Scores of Algerian protesters (some claim up to 400) are massacred by the Paris police at the instigation of Nazi collaborator Maurice Papon, then chief of the Prefecture of Police.
1964 – Prime Minister of Australia Robert Menzies opens the artificial Lake Burley Griffin in the middle of the capital Canberra.
1965 – The 1964-1965 New York World's Fair closes after a two year run. More than 51 million people had attended the two-year event.
1966 – A fire at a building in New York, New York kills 12 firefighters, the New York City Fire Department's deadliest day until the September 11, 2001 attacks.
1966 – Botswana and Lesotho join the United Nations.
1970 – Montreal, Quebec: Quebec Vice-Premier and Minister of Labour Pierre Laporte murdered by members of the FLQ terrorist group.
1973 – OPEC starts an oil embargo against a number of western countries, considered to have helped Israel in its war against Syria.
1977 – German Autumn: Four days after it is hijacked, Lufthansa Flight 181 lands in Mogadishu, Somalia, where a team of German GSG 9 commandos later rescues all remaining hostages on board.
1979 – Mother Teresa awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
1979 – The Department of Education Organization Act is signed into law creating the US Department of Education and US Department of Health and Human Services.
1980 – As part of the Holy See – United Kingdom relations a British monarch makes the first state visit to the Vatican
1989 – 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake (7.1 on the Richter scale) hits the San Francisco Bay Area and causes 57 deaths directly (and 6 indirectly).
1994 – Russian journalist Dmitry Kholodov is assassinated while investigating corruption in the armed forces.
1998 – At Jesse, in the Niger Delta, Nigeria, a petroleum pipeline explodes killing about 1200 villagers, some of whom are scavenging gasoline.
2000 – Train crash at Hatfield, north of London, leading to collapse of Railtrack.
2001 – Israeli tourism minister Rehavam Ze'evi became the first Israeli minister to be assassinated in a terrorist attack.
2003 – The pinnacle is fitted on the roof of Taipei 101, a 101-floor skyscraper in Taipei, allowing it to surpass the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur by 56 metres (184 ft) and become the World's tallest highrise.

Holidays and observances

Christian Feast Day:
Catervus
Ignatius of Antioch
Marguerite Marie Alacoque (formerly)
Rule of Andrew
Richard Gwyn
October 17 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
Dessalines Day (Haiti)
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty (International)
Loyalty Day (Argentina)

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Birthday Philanthropist

Billionaires plus
Bill & Melinda Gates with Warren Buffet started "Giving Pledge", a movement of philanthropists who commit to give the majority of their wealth to charitable causes, either during their lifetimes or in their wills.

As of June 2022, there are 236 pledges from 28 countries.

Millionaires plus
LivingMyPromise started by Venkar Krishnan is a community of like-minded Indians who believe in giving back to society. It invites advantaged people to commit to giving 50% or more of their wealth to philanthropic causes either during their lifetime or in their will.


Billions of people
Founder thinks not more than few million people are billionaires or Millionaires in money terms.

But in terms of giving Rs 10/- a day (Rs 3650/- per year) or USD 50 a year is not something which is far difficult. It is far simpler than a question paper at school or college.

So he starts a movement from 8.8.2022 when he completes 60 years of his existance on earth.

Sanjay Kumud Moreswhar Bapat, founder, has started donating Rs 3650/- in 2018 on birthdays of
His parents : Aai & Bhau
His wife : Rohini
Elder son : Rohan
(Who has disability of sensory integration and is founder's teacher on integration)
Younger son : Aum
(He is a medical doctor)
His birthday and
28th August (day on which Bhau & others postponed his death).

He has committed to donate Rs 100 000/- on his 60 years existance on earth on 8.8.22 to 4 charities. One each managed by Christain, Hindu & Muslim and 4th one is to Paradhi Samaj (Life is their religion)

CSRidentity.com knows that people can give small amounts easily if they know NGOs which can make impace of donations given to them.

So we plan to share 100 000 NGO Brands supported by corporates, foundations, funding agencies, philanthropists, celebrities as well as those whose trustees are experienced in corporates or funding agencies or those started by founders who got fellowship like Ashoka or organisations which gives fellowships in minimum 25 countries. We will have them from 150 countries by 31.3.2024 and if the response is good for the world, then we may increase it to 200000 NGO Brands, And yes, give them directly.

We are happy if development happens without us.

Of course, we get satisfaction as commission to us because we think founder's death was postponed on 28.8.2013 because he has not served Mother Earth enough.

And he knows instead of actually working, promoting those who address social, climate & health challenges in different countries is better because it is not only faster but has a reach out across the world and also it serves the larger purpose of being climate positive person..

Donation can be
blood donation
time donation
talent donation
money donation.

Founder will start approaching corporate HR teams to give 2 hours official leave to employees so that they can use that time to donate blood or talent or time.

And if they have missed giving on their birthday, they can either prepone or postpone the day because the idea you must think that you have got birth from parents for a larger purpose than just living & leaving life . So the idea is give and be a retail philanthropist at least on one day of the year.

And if you think that the purpose of giving is larger than just one charity, then give it to Developed Nation Network Trust indicating that the donation is for NGOs across the world know the Guidelines on fund raising or succession planning or branding through advertising and PR or financial planning or Human Resource management or using latest technology to save time as well as make greater impact.

We will approach corporates in different countries with purpose of their top management or board, sitting at home or in office and investing just 7 hours in their life to share guidlines for managements of NGOs on issues they face but they dont invest time in addressing them because they are too busy in addressing challenges of communities like on topics like HR practices, Capacity building or Insurance of the social workers or PR in terms of communicating with corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists, government, communities, media ...and of course succession planning.

And we are making this digital knowledge bank centre from Thane, making it a global knowledge centre of the world.

And yes, we will share it with few real life examples like
1) blood donation
2) excercise open gym for senior citizens
3) place where senior citizens can tell stories to children
4) place where senior citizens can visit hostel for disabled or orphans or even for senior citizens.

And finally founder is not self centred and while he knows that "Health is Wealth" is not a proverb but reality, he like all humans will leave the world.

And he has no right to say that no one can kill or murder him because if one can murder or assasinate Shinzo Abe, who was Honourable PM of Japan, then almost 8 billion people can be killed for any purpose.

His end is not world's end.
And he doesnt want to see world's end because of climate negativity of people on earth.