Our project to support indigenous crafts of sarawak, borneo, is now focused on the once nomadic penan community. with the help of skill training, the penan women from long kajang, murum, belaga, have produced this beautiful handwoven rattan (wild climbing palm) bracelet paired with traditional style beads, so uniquely representative of the fine arts and crafts that are distinctly sarawakian.
the overall aim of the training program is to improve the participants’ • approach to forecasting in health care operations.
• understand the locations & layout analysis for improving productivity.
• understand quality management in hospitals and develop quality monitoring and control charts in hospitals.
• describe various queuing model formulations in hospital services.
for better implementation of hospital management.
iihmr university’s renowned faculty with the background of health systems, leadership and governance, public health management, human resource management, financial management and organizational development have designed the program.
the training will lead to useful discussions and facilitate the participants to manage the healthcare system better.
15 participants are attending the program. ten participants are from nepal rest from india.
The other day talking to the village kids about the ca profession. it's amazing how unprivileged rural schools are to basic things like which subjects to choose and what careers are available out there. tertiary education ends up being some far fetched idea, not only due to lack of finance but lack of information. my goal is to change that, in the best way i can. i will always advocate for education. especially to my people. always #1stannualcareerexpo#education#ruraldevelopment#cainthemaking#passionproject
'aspire fund' was set up with sidbi for carrying out fund of funds operations with a corpus of inr 60 crore for investments in agri and rural-focused enterprises. a scheme by sidbi for promotion of innovation, rural industry and entrepreneurship.
India has made considerable progress in the power sector, both in terms of capacity generation and accessibility. even though india still remains heavily dependent on fossil fuels for power generation, it has made some definitive moves in the direction of renewables. at the other end of the supply chain, 100% connectivity for all households is within reach.
however, experts have pointed out that india still has some way to go before it is capable of proving reliable 24x7 electricity to 100% of households. also, losses due to theft, euphemistically categorised as transmission and distribution losses, are still fairly high.