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25 April
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193 UN Member Countries
2 SARs
India
Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Andorra
Angola
Antigua & Barbuda
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Bahamas
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belarus
Belgium
Belize
Benin
Bhutan
Bolivia
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Botswana
Brazil
Brunei
Bulgaria
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Cabo Verde
Cambodia
Cameroon
Canada
Central African Republic
Chad
Chile
China
Colombia
Comoros
Congo
Costa Rica
Cote d'Ivoire
Croatia
Cuba
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Dem Rep Of Congo
Denmark
Djibouti
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Equatorial Guinea
Eritrea
Estonia
Eswatini
Ethiopia
Fiji
Finland
France
Gabon
Gambia
Georgia
Germany
Ghana
Greece
Grenada
Guatemala
Guinea
Guinea Bissau
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Hong Kong (SAR)
Hungary
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kenya
Kiribati
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan
Laos
Latvia
Lebanon
Lesotho
Liberia
Libya
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macau (SAR)
Madagascar
Malawi
Malaysia
Maldives
Mali
Malta
Marshall Islands
Mauritania
Mauritius
Mexico
Micronesia
Monaco
Mongolia
Montenegro
Morocco
Mozambique
Myanmar
Namibia
Nauru
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria
North Korea
North Macedonia
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Palau
Panama
Papua New Guinea
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Qatar
Republic of Moldova
Romania
Russian Federation
Rwanda
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
St Vincent & Grenadines
Samoa
San Marino
Sao Tome & Principe
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
Solomon Islands
Somalia
South Africa
South Korea
South Sudan
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Suriname
Sweden
Switzerland
Syrian Arab Republic
Tajikistan
Tanzania
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Togo
Tonga
Trinidad And Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Tuvalu
Uganda
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
USA
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Vanuatu
Venezuela
Vietnam
Yemen
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Islands
Non UN memmer countries

Akrotiri
American Samoa
Anguilla
Aruba
Ashmore And Cartier Island

Baker Island
Bermuda
Bouvet Island
British Indian ocean territory
British Virgin Islands

Cayman Islands
Christmas Island
Clipperton Island
Coral Sea Islands
Cook Islands
Cocos Islands
Curacao

Dhekelia


Falkland Islands

Faroe Islands
French Polynesia
French Southern And Antarctic

Gaza Strip
Gibraltar
Greenland
Guam
Guernsey

Heard And Mcdonald Island
Howland Island

Isle of Man

Janmayen

Jarvis Islands
Jersey
Johnston Atoll

Kingman Reef
Kosovo

Midway Islands

Montserrat

Navassa Island

New Caledonia
Niue
Norfolk Island
Northern Mariana Islands

Palestine
Palymra Attoll
Paracel Islands
Pitcairn Islands
Puerto Rico

Saint Barthelemy
Saint Helena
Saint Martin
Saint Pierre And Miquelon
South Georgia And South Sandwich Islands
Spratly Islands
Svalbard

Tokelau
Turks And Caicos Island

US Pacific Islands Wildlife Refugees

Vatican City

Virgin Islands


Wake Islands
Wallis And futuna
West Bank
Western Sahara

 

5 oceans
The Pacific Ocean
Indian Ocean
Southern Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Arctic Ocean
 
7 continents
Africa
Antarctica
Asia
Australasia
Europe
North America
South America
 
8 Planets
8 Planets
Mercury
Venus
Earth
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune

5 Dwarf Planets
Pluto
Ceres
Makemake
Haumea
Eris

Hypothetical
Planet X
Earth's Moon, Sun
Earth's Moon
Earth's Sun
World, Universe
World
Universe
 

April 25

World Malaria Day

25 April is a day to commemorate global efforts to control malaria (World Malaria Day). The theme of the fourth World Malaria Day - 'Achieving Progress and Impact' - heralds the international community's renewed efforts make progress towards zero malaria deaths by 2015.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2009, about 3.3 billion people - half of the world's population - were at risk of malaria. Although malaria is preventable and curable, every year, this leads to about 250 million malaria cases and nearly 800 thousand deaths. In Africa a child dies every 45 seconds of Malaria, the disease accounts for 20% of all childhood deaths. People living in the poorest countries are the most vulnerable.

Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected mosquitoes.

Malaria can decrease gross domestic product by as much as 1.3% in countries with high disease rates.

According to the Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership, reducing the impact of malaria is key to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, agreed by every United Nations Member State. These include not only combating the disease itself, but also goals related to women's and children's rights and health, access to education and the reduction of extreme poverty.

 

World Malaria Day 2011
25 April is a day to commemorate global efforts to control malaria. The theme of the fourth World Malaria Day - Achieving Progress and Impact - heralds the international community's renewed efforts make progress towards zero malaria deaths by 2015.

Malaria stakeholders will continue to report on the remaining challenges to reach the 2010 target of universal coverage of malaria treatment and prevention, as called for by the UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon.

World Malaria Day represents a chance for all of us to make a difference. Whether you are a government, a company, a charity or an individual, you can roll back malaria and help generate broad gains in health and human development.

Reducing the impact of malaria is key to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, agreed by every United Nations Member State. These include not only combating the disease itself, but also goals related to women's and children's rights and health, access to education and the reduction of extreme poverty.

Hundreds of RBM partners - governments, international organizations, companies, academic and research institutions, foundations, NGOs and individuals - are already gaining ground against malaria. Diverse partner initiatives are guided by a single strategy, outlined in the Global Malaria Action Plan.

Some of the key challenges in the fight against malaria include:

treating children with severe malaria – This week WHO updated the guidelines for the treatment of severe malaria. WHO now recommends parenteral artesunate as first line treatment in the management of severe falciparum malaria in african children. The challenge is to ensure that the changes are implemented.(See update to treatment guidelines highlight below)
fighting the spread of artemisinin resistance - A major threat to sustaining malaria control and elimination is the emergence of malaria parasites that are resistant to artemisinin – the essential ingredient of artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) - the most potent weapon in treating falciparum malaria, the deadliest form malaria
treating pregnant women safely and effectively - trials are underway to find better and safer treatments, but it takes time and investment

Key Statistics
Every 45 seconds, a child dies from malaria. Each of these deaths is avoidable. Join the world’s largest international effort to end malaria deaths. Let us celebrate the successes and ramp up our efforts to meet the challenges.
http://rbm.who.int/worldmalariaday/background.html

Events

404 BC – Peloponnesian War: Lysander's Spartan Armies defeated the Athenians and the war ends.
1134 – The name Zagreb was mentioned for the first time in the Felician Charter relating to the establishment of the Zagreb Bishopric around 1094.
1607 – Eighty Years' War: The Dutch fleet destroys the anchored Spanish fleet at Gibraltar.
1644 – The Chongzhen Emperor, the last Emperor of Ming Dynasty China, commits suicide during a peasant rebellion led by Li Zicheng.
1707 – The Habsburg army is defeated by Bourbon army at Almansa (Spain) in the War of the Spanish Succession.
1792 – Highwayman Nicolas J. Pelletier becomes the first person executed by guillotine.
1792 – La Marseillaise (the French national anthem) is composed by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle.
1804 – The western Georgian kingdom of Imereti accepts the suzerainty of the Russian Empire
1829 – Charles Fremantle arrives in HMS Challenger off the coast of modern-day Western Australia prior to declaring the Swan River Colony for the United Kingdom.
1846 – Thornton Affair: Open conflict begins over the disputed border of Texas, triggering the Mexican-American War.
1847 – The last survivors of the Donner Party are out of the wilderness.
1849 – The Governor General of Canada, Lord Elgin, signs the Rebellion Losses Bill, outraging Montreal's English population and triggering the Montreal Riots.
1859 – British and French engineers break ground for the Suez Canal.
1861 – American Civil War: The Union Army arrives in Washington, D.C.
1862 – American Civil War: Forces under Union Admiral David Farragut demand the surrender of the Confederate city of New Orleans, Louisiana.
1864 – American Civil War: The Battle of Marks' Mills.
1898 – Spanish-American War: The United States declares war on Spain.
1901 – New York becomes the first U.S. state to require automobile license plates.


Anzac Beach – Australian and New Zealand forces invade Turkey
1915 – World War I: The Battle of Gallipoli begins—The invasion of the Turkish Gallipoli Peninsula by Australian, British, French and New Zealand troops begins with landings at Anzac Cove and Cape Helles.
1916 – Easter Rebellion: The United Kingdom declares martial law in Ireland.
1916 – Anzac Day is commemorated for the first time on the first anniversary of the landing at Anzac Cove.
1920 – At the San Remo conference, the principal Allied Powers of World War I adopt a resolution to determine the allocation of Class "A" League of Nations mandates for administration of the former Ottoman-ruled lands of the Middle East.
1938 – U.S. Supreme Court delivers its opinion in Erie Railroad Co. v. Tompkins and overturns a century of federal common law.
1939 – DC Comics publishes its second major superhero in Detective Comics #27; he is Batman, one of the most popular comic book superheroes of all time.
1943 – The Demyansk Shield for German troops in commemoration of Demyansk Pocket is instituted.
1944 – The United Negro College Fund is incorporated.
1945 – Elbe Day: United States and Soviet troops meet in Torgau along the River Elbe, cutting the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany in two, a milestone in the approaching end of World War II in Europe.
1945 – The Nazi occupation army surrenders and leaves Northern Italy after a general partisan insurrection by the Italian resistance movement; the puppet fascist regime dissolves and Benito Mussolini tries to escape. This day is taken as symbolic of the Liberation of Italy.
1945 – Fifty nations gather in San Francisco, California to begin the United Nations Conference on International Organizations.
1945 – The last German troops retreat from Finland's soil in Lapland, ending the Lapland War. Military acts of Second World War end in Finland.
1953 – Francis Crick and James D. Watson publish "Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid" describing the double helix structure of DNA.
1959 – The St. Lawrence Seaway, linking the North American Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean, officially opens to shipping.
1960 – The U.S. Navy submarine USS Triton completes the first submerged circumnavigation of the globe.
1961 – Robert Noyce is granted a patent for an integrated circuit.
1965 – Teenage sniper Michael Andrew Clark kills three and wounds six others shooting from a hilltop along Highway 101 just south of Santa Maria, California.
1966 – The city of Tashkent is destroyed by a huge earthquake.
1972 – Vietnam War: Nguyen Hue Offensive – The North Vietnamese 320th Division forces 5,000 South Vietnamese troops to retreat and traps about 2,500 others northwest of Kontum.
1974 – Carnation Revolution: A leftist military coup in Portugal overthrows the fascist Estado Novo regime and establishes a democratic government.
1975 – As North Vietnamese forces close in on the South Vietnamese capital Saigon, the Australian Embassy is closed and evacuated, almost ten years to the day since the first Australian troop commitment to South Vietnam.
1981 – More than 100 workers are exposed to radiation during repairs of a nuclear power plant in Tsuruga, Japan.
1982 – Israel completes its withdrawal from the Sinai peninsula per the Camp David Accords.
1983 – American schoolgirl Samantha Smith is invited to visit the Soviet Union by its leader Yuri Andropov after he read her letter in which she expressed fears about nuclear war.
1983 – Pioneer 10 travels beyond Pluto's orbit.
1986 – Mswati III is crowned King of Swaziland, succeeding his father Sobhuza II.
1988 – In Israel, John Demjanuk is sentenced to death for war crimes committed in World War II.
2003 – The Human Genome Project comes to an end two and a half years earlier than expected.
2005 – The final piece of the Obelisk of Axum is returned to Ethiopia after being stolen by the invading Italian army in 1937.
2005 – Bulgaria and Romania sign accession treaties to join the European Union.
2005 – 107 die in Amagasaki rail crash in Japan.
2007 – Boris Yeltsin's funeral – the first to be sanctioned by the Russian Orthodox Church for a head of state since the funeral of Emperor Alexander III in 1894.
2011 – At least 300 people killed in deadliest tornado outbreak in the Southern United States since the 1974 Super Outbreak.


Holidays and observances

ANZAC Day (Australia, New Zealand)
Administrative Professional's Day
Arbor Day (Germany)
Army Day (North Korea)
Christian Feast Day:
The latest possible date for Easter Sunday, last in 1943.
Mark the Evangelist
Philo and Agathopodes
Pope Anianus of Alexandria
April 25 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
DNA Day
Flag Day (Faroe Islands)
Freedom Day (Portugal)
Malaria Awareness Day (International)
Military Foundation Day (North Korea)
Red Hat Society Day
Robigalia, celebrated on 25 Aprilis. (Roman Empire)
Sinai's Liberation Day (Egypt)

 

 

 

 

 

 



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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.