Marking the bookmark of the 70th Year of Independence on 15th August 2017, India 2047 Project Document eBook on empowerment of Muslims released
India 2047 project initiated by Empower India Foundation envisions a long term plan to empower the marginalized sections and minorities by 2047 when India completes 100 years of its independence.
‘India 2047 Project Document’ forms a baseline for the upcoming long term Muslim empowerment plan. It gives an overview of current Indian situation, focus areas, suggested interventions, approach and facts and figures to help people working in this area.
RELEASING THE e-VERSION OF INDIA-2047 PROJECT DOCUMENT AND LAUNCH OF THE PILOT PROJECT @ BANGALORE
On the 15th of August 2017, Jb. Kamal Faruqi, former Chairman of Delhi Minority Commission launched the Master Trainers Development Program (MTDP), an initiative of Empower India Foundation as part of its flagship ‘India 2047’ Project, aimed to develop competent Master Trainers capable of imparting training to Resource Persons in the minority and backward communities across the country in English and regional languages, at the BJN Hall, Institution of Agricultural Technologists, Bangalore.
This initiative is jointly implemented by ACCESS INDIA, an NGO in the education field and Empower India Foundation.
In the same event, Dr. Fakhrudin Mohammed, Hon. Secretary, MESCO, Hyderabad released the ‘India 2047 Project Document’ online version on the same stage.
The event was presided over by Empower India Foundation Chairman E.M. Abdul Rahiman. Foundation General Secretary Anis Ahmed welcomed the gathering. O.M.A Salam, CEO of India 2047 Project presented the Annual Activities Report. Dr. P.K. Abdul Aziz, former VC of Aligarh Muslim University, and the chief guest of the day delivered the keynote address. Prof. Nishath Khalida Parveen, former Principal, Abbas Khan College or Women Bangalore, Parvez Bari, Senior Journalist, Salma Siddeeka, Secretary Minority Commission Karnataka, Muhammed Shafeeulla and Abdul Wahid Sait, Trustee, Empower India Foundation delivered felicitations.
Empower India Foundation Karnataka State Coordinator Ayoob Agnadi proposed a vote of thanks.
The registered office of Empower India Foundation at Bangalore was inaugurated at Hameedsha Complex, Cubbonpet Bangalore, by Prof. Nishath Khalida Parveen, the vice chair person of Empower India Foundation and the former Principal, Abbas Khan College for Women, on the Independence Day, the 15th of August 2017.
Empower India Foundation Chairman E.M. Abdul Rahiman, O.M.A Salam, Abdul Wahid Sait and India 2047 Karnataka State Coordinator Ayoob Agnadi attended.