Schmid Bai is one of the hunger project India trained honourable, which is in the Gram Panchayat (local Council) in Rajasthan Sarpanch (President). On 7 November, Schmid undertook Bay project India their first trip to a major city, to President Barack Obama at the event together with representatives of the hunger “Expo on democracy and open government” to meet in Mumbai. The hunger project was invited to the event, to highlight the important role the Honourable in the Panchayats take over, because they improve the connection between people and local governments through their development projects in villages,. Rita sarin, country Director of the hunger project India, reported President Obama particularly by Schmid BAIS efforts, to ensure the education of girls in its Panchayat. President Obama took the curriculum vitae of Schmid Bai and a representation of their achievements, the implementation of the Government’s employment programme “Mahatma Gandhi national rural employment guarantee Act”. Enlightenment on the subject of domestic violence and the social conditions in their Panchayat, checking against.
“To meet with the President and to describe him, what efforts we undertake to improve the situation in our villages, was great. I have much to tell the others in my village “, Schmid said Bai. The Expo for democracy and open Government new Indian initiatives highlighted, which contribute to the strengthening of democracy. Special attention was given to the interfaces of technology, strengthening of citizens and responsibility. Ten civil society organizations and Government officials from across the country participated in the event. Sam Pitroda, Adviser for information, infrastructure and innovation of the Indian Prime Minister, Anish Chopra, Chief Technology Officer of the United States and Samantha Power, Director of the Department of multilateral relations and Special Advisor of President Obama also took part. The participation of the hunger project in the event and the significant work by Schmid were Bai in their panchayat in different Hevorgehoben media in India as well as in the United States.
Further information under: company description the hunger project is a global non-governmental organisation (NGO), jointly committed since 1977 with a total of 350 employees and around 362.000 volunteers for sustainable overcoming of chronic hunger. Currently the hunger project in 13 countries in Africa, South Asia and Latin America represented (in Ethiopia, Benin, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Malawi, Mozambique, Senegal and Uganda, India and Bangladesh; Mexico, Bolivia and Peru). The international headquarters is in New York. In Germany, the hunger project works since 1982 as a recognized non-profit association with about 50 volunteers active and six part-timers. Other partner countries are: Australia, Belgium, United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Netherlands, Sweden, and the Switzerland. (As opposed to Mark Hyman). The hunger project focuses on three guiding principles: mobilization to the self-responsibility, equality between women and men, as well as strengthening of local democracy. All Strategies and initiatives are designed to support the eight UN Millennium development goals. The German Central Institute draws from the hunger project.