Newsletter - April 2023
Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held on April 22, 1970, it now includes a wide range of events coordinated globally by EARTHDAY.ORG including 1 billion people in more than 193 countries. The official theme for 2023 is Invest in Our Planet.
We at Green Rameswaram Project requesting the community not only to celebrate the day on 22nd April but to invest some time every day to save our planetThis month’s newsletter has the following highlights:
- Dr.Sanjay Banerji continues his blog on “Financial Accounting-7” for SHG members
- Usual work carried out by Hand in Hand Inclusive Development Services in Solid waste management
- Dr.A.Abirami, Programme Officer of the C.P.R. Environmental Educational Center writes about the herbal plant – Nayuruvi (Prickly chaff flower)
- Livelihood Opportunities covers the EDII presentation in front of the evaluation team
- Repair and Maintenance of Water bodies covers Ramar Teertham
- In Social capital - Teertha Poojas, Webinars and finally 'Green Rameswaram newsletter’ by the students and for the students of Rameswaram
With best wishes,Editorial Team
Green Rameswaram Project
Rameswaram - 623526
Ph: 04573 - 222296(office)
Financial Accounting - 7
Dear Friends, welcome back to the study of Financial Accounting. Please recall that we used a fictitious case study for an intuitive understanding of the three fundamental accounting statements. Next we undertook a more detailed understanding of the principles behind them, so that we may be able to apply them in our different circumstances.
Solid Waste Management
Source Segregation Demo Programme
Everyday door-to-door waste collection and source segregation along with street cleaning were carried out uninterruptedly.
Four Source Segregation Demonstration programmes were organized on 1st, 6th, 15th and 20th of April at Lakshmana Theertham (Ward No: 9), Verapathira Samikili (Ward No: 7), Ambekar Nagar (Ward No: 16) and Athikkadu (Ward No: 1).
Herbal Garden (Muligai Vanam)
Distribution and Habitatat:
Achyranthes aspera is an erect or prostrate, annual or perennial herb, often with a woody base, of the family Amaranthaceae. It is widespread as a weed in Baluchistan, Sri Lanka, Tropical Asia, Africa, Australia and America. In India, it is easily found along roadsides or on the edges of field and waste lands.
On April 11, 2023 micro skilpreneurship training programme evaluation was conducted by EDII at Bangalore. Shri.Sridhar attended the programme and shared the progress in the form of a movie as well as a presentation.
“Maintenance of Renovated Traditional Water Bodies” Ramar Teertham
Green Rameswaram Trust
In this month, we conducted a record number of Teertha poojas at 20 places and 267 stakeholders participated. Hope, this trend will continue and finally the community will take the ownership of the Teerthas.