SUSTAINABLE CAMPAIGN

ACHIEVING UN 17 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS "A unification of all people by leading the way to true equality between all of humankind"

The International Organization for Educational Development – IOED www.ioed.in is an International Diplomatic Mission duly recognized and approved by the Government of India, having special extraterritorial status like the United Nations & its agencies. The Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs – IICA www.iica.in, Ministry of Corporate Affairs Government of India both are working together herein India as per Cooperation and Engagement signed on various issues to promote Employability Enhancement and Entrepreneurship Development to make Skilled, Empowered, Prosperous, Environment-friendly and Crime-free States. The IOED and all its organs have mandate and legally authorised to extend the best possible support globally to all innovative Socio-Economic development projects. The IOED is also having cordial relations with the world renowned funding institutions to arrange funds for all types of the government’s socio-economic development projects on agreed terms and on reasonable rate of interest and also works as Monitoring Agency for the same. Our team members who are having excellent commercial and engineering background monitor the projects.

The IOED is a unique platform of the team of renowned experts from various professional lines and their Credibility, Integrity, Honesty, Loyalty and Dedication to work is remarkable. The team of the IOED supports the government’s schemes and policies and works in close partnership / association with the Government Organizations / Agencies of India and other member sovereign nations.

There are times in the development path of a country when extra-ordinary challenges demand an equally compelling response. Swift and stringent decisions must be taken in order to effectively prioritize and manage our resources. The country also faces numerous external and internal challenges. The loss of bio-diversity, pollution and degradation of our eco-system also threaten our quality of life and overall efficiency of our country.

To compound the situation, our constitution and governing institutions are in need of transformation. Our values, attitudes and behaviour, especially the pervasive culture of dependency, sense of entitlement and disregard for the rule of law through corrupt practices further impede our development efforts. These practices deprive citizens, particularly the vulnerable of access to services, promote inequity and rob the country of valuable resources that could have been put to better use for the benefit of all. The bold steps needed to address these fundamental issues which our country faces must be made now. There are also key opportunities which we must seize as well as capitalizing on technological advances and future global trends such as the use of alternative energy sources.

To achieve balanced socio-economic development, the Government needs to increase its investment in public service networks. Prudent policies are to be adopted to encourage private enterprises to enter public service areas. Through competition and complementarily, so society could enjoy the enhanced benefits of better services.

ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGES INVOLVE:
• Expanding exports and increasing foreign exchange earnings and employment
• Solving and preventing crime
• Reversing the non-progressive values, attitudes and behaviours such as low productivity and poor work ethics
• Eradicating the culture of dependency and sense of entitlement among the population
• Transforming the existing economic growth model into one that is environment friendly while addressing climate change, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions and building resilience to its adverse impacts
• Protecting and sustaining using our environmental resources
• Major opportunities which our country must seize are also identified. These include adoption of renewable, clean energy and green policies, utilizing clean technology, consumption and production of healthier foods and use of technology in various sectors to improve services.

FRAMEWORK FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT:
We are guided by the principle that the highest mission of society is the development of its citizens. To achieve our mission, we have built our policy on several Development initiatives, which are interconnected and which constitute the cornerstones of our strategy for sustainable development of all the Nations. Unity in diversity will inspire the harmony which is vital to any country’s progress.

INITIATIVES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT BY THE IOED:
People-Centred Development:

Initiatives are many, but the success of any endeavour rests on the joint participation of all stakeholders involved.
• Short term Courses in the interest of the unemployed youth: These employable training courses are highly beneficial for the students and will also enhance the reputation and income of all the educational institutes.

• Certified GST Consultant Program: Industry-centric four (4) months “GST Consultant Program”, for the creation of a pool of IICA’s Certified GST Consultants with unique capabilities to deal with issues faced by MSMEs and other industries to ensure better services for low cost solution to customers as it is timely need of the dynamic economic environment of today. To know more, visit http://ioed.in/gst_certification_program.html

• Cyber Security & Awareness Program: Awareness on ICT, Cyber Security, Cyber Terrorism, Cyber Warfare, Artificial Intelligence, proper self defence training and installation of CCTV Cameras Complete 10 day’s course training program

• Employability Enhancement Program: To promote Human Empowerment and Entrepreneurship Development, the experts of the IOED have introduced fifteen months duration full time Vocational Diploma course consisting these prominent subjects “Awareness on ICT, Character Education, Foreign Language, Naturopathy, Personality Development, Self Defense and Skill for the particular trade as per local area requirement and Yogic Science to make them physically and mentally sound through employment oriented smart participatory classes” especially in the interest of the unemployed youth who belongs to the economically weaker section of the society.

Accordingly, we commit to making human development a central thrust through the quality skill based educational system and through the creation of other infrastructure to support lifelong learning, skills building, institutional strengthening and the building of a competitive economy.

POVERTY ERADICATION AND SOCIAL JUSTICE:
The issues of poverty eradication, closing the divide between the rich and the poor and providing a safety network for the poor and vulnerable, are fundamental to the strategy of development that we embrace.

NATIONAL AND PERSONAL SECURITY:
The International Police Commission – IPC India Command (Intergovernmental Law Enforcement Consortium) is a Peace Building Commission, socio-economic development paramilitary organization based in the Republic of India with extension commands in other UN nations and left wing of the International Organization for Educational Development – IOED has the legally delegated or invested authority, capacity, or power to perform a designated function to support the International, National and Local Police and other Peacekeeping Forces to fight against High level Corruption, Global Terrorism, Drugs and Organized Crimes. We will rethink the prison system, reorganize the justice system and make interventions of a proactive and preventive nature. At the centre of our focus will be human security and the establishment of a regime of peace, security and prosperity on a sustainable basis for all nations as the entire world is our one family.

We have a Police Force to provide citizens with a sense of safety and security. The Police are there to maintain Peace and Order in society as well as prevent and detect Crime. They are there as the Law Enforcers - to make sure that everyone, including Police Force itself, follows the Law at every step. There are 12,809 Police Stations in the Republic of India. Do we have enough Police Officers? No, according To United Nations standards, there should be about 230 Police for every 100,000 people. But in India there are only 125 Police Officers for every 100,000 population. This is one of the lowest Police to population ratios in the World. There are many vacancies which are not filled up. Although 16.6 Lakh Police personnel is the sanctioned strength there are in fact only 14.2 Lakh in service. That means there is a shortage of about 14.4%. But even that doesn't give the whole picture, because there are more Police in big cities than in smaller ones. Many Police Officers are used in guarding a very small number of very important people. Administrative and traffic duties take up lots more Police personnel so there are large short-falls in the numbers left on Crime Prevention, Detection, and overall maintenance of Law and Order.
• Well reputed Social organizations and influential citizens should solve small problems at society level to reduce burden on the Police Force.
• Use of active CCTV Cameras everywhere is most important to reduce crime and for getting Justice on time.

INFORMATION AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES:
IT-based learning will be infused in education at entry and advanced levels to support and complement other forms of teaching, learning and basic research.

Cyber Security & Awareness Program: Awareness on ICT, Cyber Security, Cyber Terrorism, Cyber Warfare, Artificial Intelligence, proper self defence training and installation of CCTV Cameras Complete 10 days’ course training program under the banner of the IOED.

INFRASTRUCTURE FOR HUMAN CONNECTIVITY AND BACKBONE OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY:
Our ICT plan will be focused on creating opportunities for our people and enhancing the quality of their lives. To do this, we will create productive and sustainable employment opportunities on a large scale by accelerating human development via vastly improved and expanded education and health care services, which will be supported by IT platforms and use IT to assist with eliminating corruption. Specifically, the IOED will take measures to:
• Promote the use of IT in SMEs and the informal sector to increase productivity, decrease expenditure and to increase sales channels
• Integrate internet-enabled education throughout the school system
• Increase broadband internet coverage
• Lower telecommunications costs, including high-speed internet access
• Video conferencing to be made affordable and universally accessible to promote less commuting and therefore less traffic
• Establish within the Police Service, a Digital Security Agency, to detect, combat and protect against cybercrime in both the private and public sectors.

GOOD GOVERNANCE:
The focus in this area will be on three key elements for the purpose of ensuring transparency, accountability, participation and effective representation as essential principles of good governance.
These are:
• Strengthening existing institutions
• Enhancing democracy
• Strengthening execution and delivery capacity.

We recognize that the people are sovereign and that the government is the servant of the people. We will support the separation of powers among key institutions in the society such as the Parliament, the Executive and the Judiciary and we will strengthen the autonomy of institutions, which have been systematically undermined over time, to support a functioning democratic governance system. The entire world is facing mainly four problems i.e. Poverty, Unemployment, Crime and War. 99% problems may be solved if we adopt corruption-free system and generate new employment after providing quality skill based trainings. Periodical Skill training is also essential for existing work-force in all Institutions. Only submission before the government machinery is to honestly follow the Digitisation process, therefore reduce the paper work, timely reply because justice delayed is justice denied. The Government is expected to honour the time of its people as today what matters more is time.

INITIATIVES TO TRANSFORM OUR ECONOMY:
Ensuring Fiscal Sanity our approach to development will ensure that strategy and policy achieve the following:
• Maximum development of our people ensuring that the needs of the poor and disadvantaged are given priority
• An enabling environment for growth and expansion of locally-owned businesses
• A sense of ownership and belonging by everyone
• Economic opportunity for all so that individuals and families can establish a firm basis to control their destiny by building sustainable livelihoods and being productively involved in their own economic development
• The principles of self-reliance, entrepreneurship and competitiveness will inform approaches to economic participation and development
• Sustainable growth and diversification of the economy will be key objectives
• The quality of life of our people will improve with general prosperity in our country and a more equitable sharing of the wealth generated from such prosperity

YOUTH INVOLVEMENT:
In an effort to harness the energy, imagination, intelligence and initiative of the youth in overcoming the challenges facing them and our society, the IOED will:
• Recognize youth as an important partner in its social development programmes
• Create a Task Force that will research and investigate a range of issues that affect youth which will serve as an advisory body of the National Youth Assembly. This Task Force will also review all relevant legislation that treat with children and youth and make recommendations for the creation of alternative approaches/spaces to address the needs of delinquent youth
• Recognize youth as leaders today through action; appointments to decision-making bodies of government and visible respect will be afforded to the leadership of legitimate youth organizations. Create community-based programmes that encourage and empower social workers and psychologists who will be responsible for smaller, manageable areas/communities to provide support services to youth
• Faith-based and community youth organizations actively engaged in value-creating community work will be supported by the state to achieve desirable goals
• Facilitate and promote the notion of youth entrepreneurship in schools, communities and nationally
• We will, in collaboration with all financial institutions create platform where young people can get access to finance to establish youth, sport, recreation and cultural business.

EMBRACING THE ARTS:
• Respect the work of our creative people
• Use the arts to strengthen our national identity and to foster the spirit of unity in diversity
• Generate sustainable livelihood for persons directly involved in the arts

CLIMATE VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS:
Comprehensive waste and pollution management systems will be created to experience challenges with the establishment of an effective waste management system. The adverse impacts of improper disposal of solid waste include flooding as a result of clogged waterways, infestation of vermin, vector-borne diseases, and other health related impacts. Increasing incidences of landfill fires also result in air pollution that contains potentially harmful and carcinogenic chemicals such as persistent organic pollutants. Improper waste and pollution management also has ramifications that extend beyond the national scale and we must uphold its international commitments to manage toxic chemicals, ozone depleting gases and waste in a manner that seeks to protect human health and the environment. The IOED has proposed to set up a waste to energy converter plant using German based Patent technology to sort out the problem of waste disposal and soon it will be started in metropolitan cities with the support of local governments and stakeholders.

FOOD PRODUCTION AND FOOD SECURITY:
Pillars of Development for Agriculture
1. Respect for agriculture, the farmers and the land
2. Affordable food on a sustained basis
3. Sustainable livelihood for farmers
4. A mixture of traditional and technology-driven platforms
5. Regional and extra-regional joint ventures to achieve economies of scale and export competitiveness
6. Functional linkages between research and development and the sector to strengthen knowledge applications

KEY INITIATIVES:
• Identify an umbrella institution to synergise all existing institutions and information on research and development for agriculture. This will include issues of tissue culture, product identification and development, pest control, quality improvements and appropriate science and technology.
• Where necessary to propel the sector, the state will partner with the private sector in strategic areas.
• Strengthening institutional marketing to support farmers for domestic and international penetration
• We will introduce a wage support mechanism for farmers hiring labour in specific food production activities to encourage and attract youth of every race and region to agriculture depending on their interest and inclination.
• Incentive the banking sector to provide a window for agricultural investment
• Techniques, farm management, agro-processing, agro-entrepreneurship
• Affect a National Land Use Policy that specifies and protects land to be used exclusively for agriculture
• Regularize “squatter farm lands” on the basis of co-operative efforts
• Fast-track the transfer of deeds and titles to farmers frustrated over the years by impediments to legitimate ownership and inability to use land as collateral in financial transactions, introduction of a crop insurance system, training of farmer in HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) and other sanitary and phytosanitary requirements, implement a zero waste policy where the by-products from agro-processing can be used as a feed stock for farmers and design and implement a package of incentives to encourage value-added beyond primary production.

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