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- World Health Organisation
- Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana
- Finance Commission
- Mahila Shakti Kendra Scheme to empower rural women through State
- European Bank of Reconstruction and Development.
- National Nutrition Mission
- Vindhya Range
- Mediterranean Climate
1. World Health Organisation
The WHO is the global health governing body. The Constitution of WHO came into effect on 7th April 1948. Its headquarters is in Geneva, Switzerland.
WHO aims to:
- Support the countries in providing health facilities to people at affordable prices.
- Provide access to health information by all and this is achieved through multilingual websites, publications and resources.
- Partner with policy makers, business and private sectors of the countries to help them frame national health plans and policies.
- Support countries in access to affordable and safe health related technologies.
WHO employs health specialists, medical doctor, scientists and other persons specialised in finance, administration, IT and economics.
WHO is working with countries to have access to prevention and treatment of HIV, tuberculosis, malaria and such other diseases.
During emergencies, WHO provides support in terms of medical aid, financial aid and technical guidance. It helps the countries to be prepared for emergencies.
2. Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana
The scheme known as Saubhagya Scheme aims at electrification of households in rural and urban areas. The beneficiaries of this scheme shall be identified through the Socio Economic Caste Census (SECC) database.
The beneficiaries shall be given free electricity and those who are not covered under the SECC shall be charged Rs.500 collected by DISCOM.
The expected outcomes of the implementation of this scheme are:
- Improved environmental conditions by substitution of kerosene for lighting purposes
- Better health conditions and quality of life
- Improved educational services, economic activities and job opportunities
- Enhanced connectivity through radio, television and mobile
The implementation of the scheme shall be through modern technologies. The Gram Panchayat is entrusted with collection of applications, distribution of bills and collection of revenue.
The Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) is the nodal agency for operation of the scheme.
The Goods and Services Tax is an indirect tax which is uniform across the whole country. It is a destination-based tax which is levied at multi-stage on the value addition at each stage.
It is a constitutional body which is entrusted with the function of distribution of taxes collected, between the Centre and the States. It also governs the distribution of grants to the states, panchayats and urban local bodies.
Mahila Shakti Kendra Scheme to empower rural women through State
The scheme aims to provide assistance to governments at all levels to provide technical support on women related issues. It facilitates women centric schemes and supports Beti Bachao Beti Padho scheme.
European Bank of Reconstruction and Development.
The bank supports and promotes private and entrepreneurial initiatives and it helps countries to bring external capital from public and private sources.
National Nutrition Mission
It is the apex body that aims at tackling issues related to stunting in children, malnutrition, low birth weight and anemia. It monitors and supervises nutrition related issues.
The mountain range extends from Gujarat, across Madhya Pradesh and upto Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh. It forms the southern edge of Malwa Plateau and it branches out into – Kaimur range in the north of river Son and in the south it joins Satpura Range.
This Type of climate is largely seen in the Mediterranean Basin and extends to Australia, Chile, California and Western Cape of South Africa. The climate changes in these regions are clearly pronounced and can see clear contrasts.