RESEARCH & DEVLOPMENT

Problem statement: - The unemployment rate 3.5% in India.(statista.com) there are currently nearly 31 million unemployed Indians looking jobs. (Times of India,6 March 2018)

Priory need: - Youth of Kolhapur district needs to jobless to entrepreneur.

Type of intervention: - NGO direct intervention for social change.
1) Self awareness:-Motivation, Rationality, Rational Thinking.
2) Financial Education:- Saving, Planning, Budgeting, Investment.
3)Business:- Use of local resource, Market research, Company act, E-Commerce, New trends, Share market.

Project aim: - Develop Entrepreneurship to the youth.

Target: - Target area is Kolhapur district and targeted populations are 18 to 25 year old youths.

Project implementation:-
• Program planning.
• Recruitment of staff.
• Covered 12 blocks and 1 Kolhapur city.
• Formation of clubs.
• 2 sessions for each clubs every month.
• Block wise camps.
• Enterprises visit.
• Entrepreneurship by youths.
• Monitoring and evolution.

Budget: 1.2cr
Duration:- 5 years
Outcome:-. Youth in Kolhapur district will be lifting livelihood, educated financial management and personal financial development.
Output:- Expected output 100 youth started own business per year
Monitoring evaluation:- Manspandan foundation will monitor & evaluate 3 times in year.

Thanking you
Virsen Salokhe
M.Phil in Social Work,M.S.W.

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Community Mental Health Program
Problem statement: - A report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) revealed that 7.5 per cent of the Indian population suffers from some form of mental disorder. Mental illnesses constitute one-sixth of all health-related disorders and India accounted for nearly 15% of the global mental, neurological and substance abuse disorder burden. The treatment gap, which is defined as the prevalence of mental illnesses and the proportion of patients that get treatment, is over 70 per cent. WHO also predicts that by 2020, roughly 20 per cent of India will suffer from mental illnesses. (Economics times,Statastics)
Virsen Salokhe
M.Phil in Social Work, M.S.W.(MPSW)
Secretary of Manspandan Foundation
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