You are here: Home Articles MDG2: Achieve Universal Primary Education

MDG2: Achieve Universal Primary Education

MDG2: Achieve Universal Primary Education
Photo Credit: Rahul Kumar

SDGs to face challenge of 750 mn child marriages by 2030

Jun 30, 2016 02:26 PM According to a latest report by UNICEF, the world is all set to witness 750 million child marriages by 2030 making it a tough nut for global goals.
[]   []   []   []   []   []   []   []   []

The Millennium Development Goals Report-2015

Jul 16, 2015 08:11 AM The MDG report confirms that goal-setting can lift millions of people out of poverty, empower women and girls, improve health and well-being, and provide vast new opportunities for better lives.

New HIV infections down by 49% in Southern Asia: report

Jul 07, 2015 03:09 PM The report also reveals that under-five mortality rate in South Asia has fallen by 60 per cent or more since 1990.
[]   []   []   []   []

Climate change affecting crops, milk production: Indian farmer

Jun 17, 2015 11:35 AM Farmers in the villages might not term it as climate change can, but they feel it in their daily lives through erratic rains, prolonged summers and harsher sun.

5000 kids in MP campaign for education, environment

Jun 10, 2015 06:15 AM The campaign aimed at establishing a constructive communication among various stakeholders including children and parents
[]   []   []

Delhi hosts Teacher Changemaker Summit- 2015

May 11, 2015 10:10 AM The summit also introduced 123 micro innovations selected through a rigorous process by their partners, teachers and experts.

Income from fishing has dwindled over the years: Narmada Fisherman

Apr 01, 2015 06:25 AM Sehore (Madhya Pradesh): Narmada, the river that is considered to be the lifeline of Madhya Pradesh is facing challenges not of its own making. Climate change is now impacting the health of the river, which also impacts the sustenance of the lush green fields of wheat and chickpea around the Narmada.

Leeladhar Manjhi, a fifty- year-old fisherman and a native of Budhni, a Nagar Palika in Sehore district of Madhya Pradesh, said that rains had become very erratic in the last two decades. “Sometimes it rains very heavily, other times there are no rains at all. Earlier, it used to used to rain for four months in the monsoon season, nowadays it rains only for one or two months,” he said.

Manjhi said that income from fishing has dwindled over the years. “My income from fishing is just enough to sustain the family. Scanty rainfall is having an adverse impact on fish breeding. Also, because of less water in the river, there is less silt deposit near the banks which is harming melon cultivation,” he said.

The people of Bhopal love their lakes: Gulshan Bamra

Mar 12, 2015 09:45 AM Bhopal: It is not without a reason that Bhopal is called the city of lakes. Numerous lakes, small and big, dot the city but the ones that have attained global recognition are known as the Bhoj wetland. Designated as a Ramsar site, the Bhoj Wetland consists of the Upper Lake and the Lower Lake. Bhopal city has grown around the Upper Lake, which is over a thousand years old and the residents of the city have made the lakes a mainstay of their activities.

Gulshan Bamra, Commissioner-cum-Director, Town & Country Planning, Madhya Pradesh, says: “People of Bhopal love their lakes and are ready to put even their lives at stake for their conservation.” Even those residents who do not derive direct economic benefits from the lake also keen to preserve it for the sake of strong cultural, historical and architectural interests.

Bamra adds that the entire catchment area of the Bhoj Wetland has been declared a no-colonisation zone and the usage of land in the catchment area is limited to agricultural activities. “Construction is a strictly regulated activity in this area of 400 sq km which is spread in Bhopal and the neighbouring Sehore district, and also includes a hundred odd villages in its stretch,” he said.

Invest in the youngest child Mr Finance Minister!

Feb 18, 2015 12:45 PM Dr Arun Gupta, Regional Coordinator, International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) Asia Pacific, said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s idea of setting up 100 smart cities will only succeed if the government invests in children.
[]   []   []   []   []

Narmada: Lifeline of Madhya Pradesh in dire straits

Jan 15, 2015 10:50 AM Narmada, the lifeline of Madhya Pradesh is in danger due to declining water quality and quantity.

The Hans Foundation unveils Rs 500 cr village development project

Nov 05, 2014 01:49 PM The project is designed to significantly improve the quality of life of the low-income communities in Uttarakhand.

Sri Lankan govt renovates 13 schools in Kilinochchi

Oct 21, 2014 09:27 AM These schools had been in a dilapidated condition due to the near-30-year conflict.
[]   []

India’s Kailash, Pak’s Malala win Nobel peace prize-2014

Oct 10, 2014 01:00 PM The South Asian duo has been awarded for their unrelenting efforts against the suppression of children and young people.
[]   []   []   []   []   []

Indian girls should learn martial arts for self defence: Dalai Lama

Oct 01, 2014 12:50 PM Training of young girls in martial arts seems a practical solution for reducing their vulnerability against sexual crimes, says the Dalai Lama.
[]   []   []   []   []   []

Education in 21st century must be inclusive: Karan Singh

Sep 29, 2014 05:39 AM Breakthroughs in communication technology have given us immense possibilities in this regard,” says Indian Parliamentarian Dr Karan Singh.
[]   []

Mobile Industry is developmental in nature: Vodafone India

Sep 24, 2014 11:00 AM Releasing its fourth annual sustainability report in New Delhi on Wednesday, Vodafone India highlighted its social initiatives.
[]   []   []   []   []

Pakistan: Kalash festival ends, girls’ miseries continue

Sep 04, 2014 08:54 AM Kalash is a remote area bordering Aghanistan and is notorious for not having any girls’ school or college.
[]   []   []

Govt ended discrimination against rural students: SL Prez

Sep 04, 2014 08:00 AM ‘Mahindodaya’ is school development programme which is working to to end discrimination against rural students in the education field.
[]   []   []   []   []

Rural marathon held to promote girls' education in India

Sep 02, 2014 09:00 AM The marathon Aao Sath Chale (Come, let us walk together), saw participation of more than 1000 sports loving and spirited people.
[]   []   []

The best we can give our children is education: Rajapaksa

Sep 01, 2014 12:34 PM The Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa recalled that a society, in which everybody can live without any fear and suspicion
[]   []   []   []   []   []

Document Actions

7th National CR Sammelan 2019



Jobs at OneWorld









Global Goals 2030
OneWorld South Asia Group of Websites