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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
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Canada
Central African Republic
Chad
Chile
China
Colombia
Comoros
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Croatia
Cuba
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Dem Rep Of Congo
Denmark
Djibouti
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Egypt
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Fiji
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France
Gabon
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Islands
Non UN memmer countries

Akrotiri
American Samoa
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Aruba
Ashmore And Cartier Island

Baker Island
Bermuda
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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
 

May 31

No Tobacco Day

On 31st May each year WHO celebrates World No Tobacco Day, highlighting the health risks associated with tobacco use and advocating for effective policies to reduce consumption. Tobacco use is the second cause of death globally (after hypertension) and is currently responsible for killing one in 10 adults worldwide.

The World Health Assembly created World No Tobacco Day in 1987 to draw global attention to the tobacco epidemic and its lethal effects. It provides an opportunity to highlight specific tobacco control messages and to promote adherence to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. Tobacco use is the number one preventable epidemic that the health community faces.

World No Tobacco Day 2011
Theme: The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
The World Health Organization (WHO) selects "The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control" as the theme of the next World No Tobacco Day, which will take place on Tuesday, 31 May 2011.

The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) is the world's foremost tobacco control instrument. The first treaty ever negotiated under the auspices of WHO, it represents a signal achievement in the advancement of public health. In force only since 2005, it is already one of the most rapidly and widely embraced treaties in the history of the United Nations, with more than 170 Parties. An evidence-based treaty, it reaffirms the right of all people to the highest standard of health and provides new legal dimensions for cooperation in tobacco control.

World No Tobacco Day 2011 will be designed to highlight the treaty's overall importance, to stress Parties' obligations under the treaty and to promote the essential role of the Conference of the Parties and WHO in supporting countries' efforts to meet those obligations. The Conference of the Parties is the treaty's central organ and governing body.

The world needs the WHO FCTC as much as, if not more than, it did in 1996 when the World Health Assembly adopted a resolution calling for an international framework convention on tobacco control. Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death. This year, more than 5 million people will die from a tobacco-related heart attack, stroke, cancer, lung ailment or other disease. That does not include the more than 600,000 people – more than a quarter of them children – who will die from exposure to second-hand smoke. The annual death toll from the global epidemic of tobacco use could rise to 8 million by 2030. Having killed 100 million people during the 20th century, tobacco use could kill 1 billion during the 21st century.

As with any other treaty, the WHO FCTC confers legal obligations on its Parties – that is, on the countries (and the European Union) that have formally acceded to it.

Among these obligations are those to:

Protect public health policies from commercial and other vested interests of the tobacco industry.
Adopt price and tax measures to reduce the demand for tobacco.
Protect people from exposure to tobacco smoke.
Regulate the contents of tobacco products.
Regulate tobacco product disclosures.
Regulate the packaging and labeling of tobacco products.
Warn people about the dangers of tobacco.
Ban tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship.
Offer people help to end their addiction to tobacco.
Control the illicit trade in tobacco products.
Ban sales to and by minors.
Support economically viable alternative to tobacco growing.

The treaty also recognizes the importance of international cooperation and of helping low- and middle-income countries to meet their treaty obligations.

The campaign will focus on the following key message: that countries must fully implement the treaty to protect present and future generations from the devastating health, social, environmental and economic consequences of tobacco consumption and exposure to tobacco smoke.

Other key messages will include:

The treaty embodies the desire and commitment of scores of governments and millions of people to have a tobacco-free world.
The Parties to the treaty should fulfil their obligation to fully implement it.
Individuals should encourage and help their governments to fulfil that obligation.
The treaty should be duly appreciated by institutions and individuals alike as a landmark in the history of public health and the world's foremost tobacco control instrument.
WHO and the Conference of the Parties stand ready to help countries meet their obligations under the treaty and its related guidelines.
The treaty has already proved its efficacy in the fight against tobacco.

Nevertheless, as the Secretariat of the treaty explained in its recent Reports of the Parties and global progress in implementation of the Convention: key findings, "Implementation rates continue to vary substantially between different policy measures."

More must be done for the treaty to reach its full potential, as the Parties themselves recognize. At their recent meeting in Punta del Este, Uruguay, they urged all countries to ratify the treaty, to fully implement its provisions and to adopt its guidelines. Furthermore, they reaffirmed their commitment to prioritize the implementation of health measures designed to control tobacco consumption.

On World No Tobacco Day 2011, and throughout the following year, WHO will urge countries to put the treaty at the heart of their efforts to control the global epidemic of tobacco use.

By heeding WHO's call, countries will enhance their ability to significantly reduce the toll of tobacco-related diseases and deaths in line with their treaty obligations

Events May 31

1279 BC – Rameses II (The Great) (19th dynasty) becomes pharaoh of Ancient Egypt.
455 – Emperor Petronius Maximus is stoned to death by an angry mob while fleeing Rome.
526 – A devastating earthquake strikes Antioch, Turkey, killing 250,000.
1223 – Mongol invasion of the Cumans: Battle of the Kalka River – Mongol armies of Genghis Khan led by Subutai defeat Kievan Rus and Cumans.
1578 – Martin Frobisher sails from Harwich, England to Frobisher Bay, Canada, eventually to mine fool's gold, used to pave streets in London.
1578 – King Henry III lays the first stone of the Pont Neuf (New Bridge), the oldest bridge of Paris.
1669 – Citing poor eyesight, Samuel Pepys records the last event in his diary.
1678 – The Godiva procession through Coventry begins.
1775 – American Revolution: The Mecklenburg Resolutions are allegedly adopted in the Province of North Carolina.
1790 – Alferez Manuel Quimper explores the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
1790 – The United States enacts its first copyright statute, the Copyright Act of 1790.
1790 – French Revolution: the Revolutionary Tribunal is suppressed.
1805 – French and Spanish forces begin the assault against British forces occupying Diamond Rock
1813 – In Australia, Lawson, Blaxland and Wentworth, reached Mount Blaxland, effectively marking the end of a route across the Blue Mountains.
1854 – The civil death procedure is abolished in France.
1859 – The clock tower at the Houses of Parliament, which houses Big Ben, starts keeping time.
1862 – American Civil War Peninsula Campaign: Battle of Seven Pines or (Battle of Fair Oaks) – Confederate forces under Joseph E. Johnston & G. W. Smith engage Union forces under George B. McClellan outside Richmond, Virginia.
1864 – American Civil War Overland Campaign: Battle of Cold Harbor – The Army of Northern Virginia under Robert E. Lee engages the Army of the Potomac under Ulysses S. Grant & George G. Meade.
1866 – In the Fenian Invasion of Canada, John O'Neill leads 850 Fenian raiders across the Niagara River at Buffalo, New York/Fort Erie, Ontario, as part of an effort to free Ireland from the United Kingdom. Canadian militia and British regulars repulse the invaders in over the next three days, at a cost of 9 dead and 38 wounded to the Fenian's 19 dead and about 17 wounded.
1884 – Arrival at Plymouth of Tawhiao, King of Maoris, to claim protection of Queen Victoria
1889 – Johnstown Flood: Over 2,200 people die after a dam break sends a 60-foot (18-meter) wall of water over the town of Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
1902 – Second Boer War: The Treaty of Vereeniging ends the war and ensures British control of South Africa.
1909 – The National Negro Committee, forerunner to the NAACP, convenes for the first time.
1910 – Creation of the Union of South Africa.
1911 – The hull of the ocean liner RMS Titanic is launched.
1911 – President of Mexico Porfirio Díaz flees the country during the Mexican Revolution.
1916 – World War I: Battle of Jutland – The British Grand Fleet under the command of Sir John Jellicoe & Sir David Beatty engage the Kaiserliche Marine under the command of Reinhard Scheer & Franz von Hipper in the largest naval battle of the war, which proves indecisive.
1921 – Tulsa Race Riot: A civil unrest in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, the official death toll is 39, but recent investigations suggest the actual toll may be much higher.
1924 – The Soviet Union signs an agreement with the Peking government, referring to Outer Mongolia as an "integral part of the Republic of China", whose "sovereignty" therein the Soviet Union promises to respect.
1927 – The last Ford Model T rolls off the assembly line after a production run of 15,007,003 vehicles.
1929 – The first talking cartoon of Mickey Mouse, "The Karnival Kid", is released.
1935 – A 7.7 Mw earthquake destroys Quetta in modern-day Pakistan: 40,000 dead.
1941 – A Luftwaffe air raid in Dublin, Ireland, claims 38 lives.
1941 – Anglo-Iraqi War: The United Kingdom completes the re-occupation of Iraq and returns 'Abd al-Ilah to power as regent for Faisal II.
1942 – World War II: Imperial Japanese Navy midget submarines begin a series of attacks on Sydney, Australia.
1961 – The Union of South Africa becomes the Republic of South Africa.
1961 – In Moscow City Court, the Rokotov–Faibishenko show trial begins, despite the Khrushchev Thaw to reverse Stalinist elements in Soviet society.
1962 – The West Indies Federation dissolves.
1962 – Adolf Eichmann is hanged in Israel.
1970 – The Ancash earthquake causes a landslide that buries the town of Yungay, Peru; more than 47,000 people are killed.
1971 – In accordance with the Uniform Monday Holiday Act passed by the U.S. Congress in 1968, observation of Memorial Day occurs on the last Monday in May for the first time, rather than on the traditional Memorial Day of May 30.
1973 – The United States Senate votes to cut off funding for the bombing of Khmer Rouge targets within Cambodia, hastening the end of the Cambodian Civil War.
1977 – The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System completed.
1981 – Burning of Jaffna library, Sri Lanka, It is one of the violent examples of ethnic biblioclasm of the twentieth century.
1985 – 1985 United States-Canadian tornado outbreak: Forty-one tornadoes hit Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Ontario, leaving 76 dead.
1991 – Bicesse Accords in Angola lay out a transition to multi-party democracy under the supervision of the United Nations' UNAVEM II mission.
2005 – Vanity Fair reveals that Mark Felt was Deep Throat.
2009 – Anti-abortion activist Scott Roeder shoots and kills physician George Tiller during church services in Wichita, Kansas.
2010 – In international waters, armed Shayetet 13 commandos, intending to force the flotilla to anchor at the Ashdod port, boarded ships trying to break the ongoing blockade of the Gaza Strip, resulting in 9 civilian deaths when teams of IHH activists on the MV Mavi Marmara attacked them with knives and metal rods and abducted one of the soldiers.

Holidays and observances

Anniversary of Royal Brunei Malay Regiment (Brunei)
Castile–La Mancha Day (Castile–La Mancha)
Christian Feast Day:
Petronella
Hermias
May 31 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
Visitation of Mary (Western Christianity)
World No Tobacco Day (International)

 

 

 

 

 



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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.