Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that the development of Uttarakhand will happen with public participation. The best practices being done in the state will be compiled in the form of a document and released on the state foundation day. These best practices will also be implemented at the state government level.
In a program organized at a hotel, the Chief Minister honored 27 individuals and institutions with the SDG Goalkeeper Award for innovation and commendable work in various fields under the Sustainable Development Goal. Amar Ujala Media was the partner in this program.
The Chief Minister said that everyone will have to make efforts together to achieve the goal of development. Public cooperation is necessary for realizing self-reliant India, self-reliant Uttarakhand. Many organizations and individuals are doing better work in the field of social, economic and environmental. All of them are the brand ambassadors for the development of the state. We all have to move forward together to make Uttarakhand a best state.
The Chief Minister said that in Uttarakhand, work has to be done by striking a balance between ecology and economy. Both environment and development are important. Over the years, good work has been done in the State towards Sustainable Development Goal. In the SDG index ranking, Uttarakhand has moved from tenth to fourth place.
CM expressed concern over the drying up of water sources
Congratulating the individuals and institutions to be honored, the Chief Minister expressed hope that other people and institutions would also be inspired by this. He said that he himself gets inspired by meeting the people who work for the society and the country. This infuses energy and enthusiasm.
Expressing concern over the drying up of water sources, the Chief Minister said that the ongoing work on the recharge of water sources has to be accelerated. Similarly, the art of Uttarakhand also needs to be promoted. The Chief Minister said that he himself presents Aipan artefacts to distinguished persons.
Additional Chief Executive Officer of CPPGG, Dr. Manoj Kumar Pant informed that a jury was constituted under the chairmanship of former Chief Secretary N Ravi Shankar to give the SDG Goalkeeper Award to the institutions and individuals doing innovation and commendable work in various fields under the Sustainable Development Goal. went.
A total of 176 applications were received. Verifying their work, 27 individuals and organizations were selected by the jury for the SDG Goalkeeper Award. Secretary Planning Ranjit Sinha, UNDP policy expert Jayamon Uthup were present in the program. Sharon conducted the program.
These individuals and institutions got the SDG Goalkeeper Award
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami honored various individuals and institutions with SDG Goalkeeper Awards for their remarkable work in different fields. The Chief Minister asked Chandan Singh Ghugtyal, a mathematics teacher in Doon School on quality education, to teach English, maths and science subjects through online classes to the children of rural areas during Kovid.
Joginder Rohilla of Dehradun to establish more than 30 libraries in collaboration with local institutions and government schools. Sewa International Chamoli and Uttarakhand Association for HIV Dehradun for best health and happiness, KB system of Nainital for cleanliness and clean energy, Best Warriors Dehradun for consumption and production, Amit Kumar Jain of Udham Singh Nagar for climate change were awarded . Dinesh Gururani of Pithoragarh was rewarded on the subject of life on land.
Linking the work of plantation to Dinesh Gururani of Pithoragarh with important occasions of life like birthday, marriage etc., so far planting more than 70 thousand trees. Hill tea production autonomous cooperative Berinag Pithoragarh was rewarded for proper work and economic growth. It was told that Berinag tea has been developed as a brand in Berinag of Pithoragarh. Which is being sold through amazon, philipkart etc. This has brought about a drastic change in the economic condition of the local people. Kailash Pushpawan of Rudraprayag and Namita Tiwari of Almora were also rewarded for their work in the field of proper work and economic growth.
Manmohan Bhardwaj of Haridwar and Siddharth Madhav of Dehradun for industry establishment and innovation, Kapil Talwar of Udham Singh Nagar to end poverty, Himalayan Action Research Center Dehradun, Bachi Singh Bisht of Nainital to end hunger and malnutrition, friendly organization of Bageshwar , Indira Adhikari of Almora for Gender Equality, Himgiri Natural Co-Operative Society Almora, National Association for the Blind Nainital on Reduction of Inequalities, Santosh Masiwal of Almora for Justice, Rural Environment and Educational Development Society Champawat, Collective Partnership in Achievement Society of Himalayan Environment and Geology Pithoragarh, Udemy Network Dehradun, Rudraprayag, Almora and Udham Singh Nagar, Asra Trust Dehradun, Himmothan Society Dehradun and Himalayan Grassroots Development Foundation Almora were awarded for clean water and sanitation.