QUADRENNIAL REPORTS

Our NGO has submitted Quadrennial reports in 2008, 2012, 2016 (MidReport was also given in 2014)

REPORT OF 2008

REVISED UPDATED CONTACT INFORMATION -2008
Sent on 7 May 2008

ALL INDIA SHAH BEHRAM BAUG SOCIETY (For Scientific & Educational Research)
Acronym : S B B S /Zoroastrian College
Headquarters Address:
Mustafa Building 2nd floor (new Name Jash Chambers), Sir Pherozeshah Mehta Road, Fort, Mumbai 400001, Maharashtra, India.
Tel: Mob: 0091-9323272671. landline 0091-22-22662950/22660214/ Fax: Nil
E-mail:1) medzcong@gmail.com 2) mazocolhc@yahoo.co.in 3) mmastermoos@yahoo.com
Consultative Category – Special
Special Consultative Status granted in 2004
Years covered by the Report: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 upto May-June
Name, Title & Contact information of person submitting the Report.
1) MEHER MASTER- MOOS - Nee MEHER K MASTER
NGO President; (Chief Executive Officer) (Prof. Dr. Dame)
NGO representative at the UNITED NATIONS- (Head)
Contact Information : same as Headquarters address above

2) LAXMI SHAH; NGO representative at the UNITED NATIONS (Dr. Mrs)
Contact Information: 11 Mountain Ridge Drive, Livingston, New Jersey 07039 USA
Tel Mob : 973-420-5786 / Res 001-973-994-7049 / 973-994-7057 ;E-MAIL:padamree@yahoo.com
2A Second alternate RESPRESENTATIVE RAMKRISHANA SAH (Dr) E-mail: dr_rks2002@yahoo.com
Contact Information :5906 Norman St. Ridgewood, NY 11385,USA


CONTENTS of the REPORT

PART 1 :INTRODUCTION :
The AIMS & PURPOSES OF THE ORGANISATION REMAIN THE SAME
1] Promoting Scientific, and Educational objectives
2] Sustainable development especially with regard to Water Conservation and Purification Technologies.
3] Peace Education
4] Providing higher Educational facilities for Economic Sustainability;
5] Providing facilities for Social and Economic betterment
6] Providing facilities for Health Care Technologies for low cost rural areas benefits.
(ii) No significant changes

PART II: Contribution of the Organisation to The Work Of The United Nations
( In the Report below, the words “ Our NGO” refer to =ALL INDIA SHAH BEHRAM BAUG SOCIETY (For Scientific & Educational Research)

Year: January-June 2008.
1) At Forty-sixth Session of the Commission for Social Development 6 to 15 February 2008 held in United Nations, New York, our NGO hosted SIDE EVENT of a workshop on the Theme: Providing Economic Upliftment & Employment to craftsmen and weavers in Orissa , Three representatives of our NGO from India, Nepal & USA participated
2) Our NGO is registered as Observer, for the Seventh Session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, from 21 April to 2 May 2008 being held in United Nations, New York.
3) Our NGO has registered 3 representatives to attend the 16th Session of the Division for Sustainable Development United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Sustainable Development for CSD, being held on 5 -16 May 2008 in United Nations, New York.
4) To support the Millennium Development Goal 6, to combat AIDS, Malaria & other diseases; & Goal 7, Ensure Environmental Sustainability our NGO organised the 22nd WORLD CONGRESS celebrating the Silver Jubilee of this NGO, at “Cultural Centre of Russia” Mumbai, Republic of India on 19-20 January 2008.Over 180 delegates from 8 countries attended. Focus Theme: Saving Planet Earth: Peace, Environment, Health & Sanitation. Ancient Avestan wisdom & Vedic Vastu methods for Peace Promotion & Environmental balancing were discussed. Target 8 of Goal 6 was focused on. New methods to combat Malaria were presented; Target 10 of Goal 7 was focused on, including Water purification for rural villages’ wells to provide safe drinking water, for supporting the General Assembly Thematic Debate on MDGs, Panel discussion on Health, being held on 1st April, 2008, for MDG 6, “ recognizing that objectives cannot be achieved without adequate investments in the systems that deliver better health” (WORLD CONGRESS 2008 Brochure & Malaria books presentations are available ) Year: January-December 2007
5) To support the MDG 8, Develop a Global Partnership for Development, Goal 6, to combat AIDS, Malaria & other diseases; & Goal 7, Ensure Environmental Sustainability, our NGO organised the 21st WORLD CONGRESS at “Cultural Centre of Russia” Mumbai, India on 19-20-21 January 2007.Over 220 delegates from 14 countries attended. .(Austria; Peoples Republic of China; Taiwan, Province of China; Islamic Republic of Iran; Republics of India, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Malaysia, Nepal, the Russian Federation, the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, Tanzania, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America.) The delegates attending included the Chief Guests- President of Tajikistan Friendship Society from Dushanbe, Republic of Tajikistan; and His Excellency
Consul -General of the Russian Federation in Mumbai; Focus Theme :Global Co-operation supporting Targets 12 and 14 of Goal 8 for Peace; For Environment, Target 10 of Goal 7 was focused on, including Water purification. For Health, Ancient Avestan methods for Environmental balancing of clean Air & Water were discussed. Target 8 of Goal 6 was focused on. New methods to combat AIDS were presented; (WORLD CONGRESS 2007 Brochure & books presentations are available. )
6) During June -August 2007 our NGO sponsored a program for 2 students from Khujand Republic of Tajikistan, to visit India, for Peace Promotion and cultural development, to support MDG 8. A special Book- translation Co-operation project of our NGO with the Moscow State University, and the Tajikistan Technological University culminated in the Book Release program, held on 8 August 2007 at the Cultural Centre of Russia, in Mumbai, India. The book, in 3 languages, Russian, Tajik and English, was released by H.E .The Consul - General of the Russian Federation in Mumbai, India.
7) Maharashtra United Nations Association (MUNA) organised the following programs, which our NGO representatives attended in Mumbai India, On 9 April 2007, Seminar to celebrate World Health Day. United Nations day. On 3 November 2007, at Raj Bhavan, a film was screened on the Emergence of the United Nations. Year: January-December 2006
8) To support the MDGs 6, 7 & 8 our NGO organised the 20th WORLD CONGRESS at “Cultural Centre of Russia” building in Mumbai, India on 20-21-22 January 2006.Over 185 delegates from 14 countries attended. The Lady Chairperson of United Religions Initiative, (URI) an NGO based in California United States of America and functioning globally, was honoured for being the first Indigenous Woman to be elected to this responsible global position.
A leading Doctor from the Occupied Territories of Palestine was honoured for his contribution to the MDGs 6 & 7, targets 7, 8 & 10. The Consul of the Peoples Republic of China attended to honour delegation of Doctors from China.
9) For MDG Goal 8 Target 18, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between our NGO and Lomonosov Moscow State University, Institute of Asian and African studies to develop a Global Partnership for cooperation with the Private sector to make available the benefits of ancient Cosmic Wisdom through new technologies.
10) Our NGO submitted a model draft Bill for enactment by the Parliament of India, to the Ministry for Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi, India, for establishment of a Central Council for Holistic Health Sciences, Complementary, Alternative & Integrated Medicine, in support of MDGs 6 & 7 and to support the work of the Commission for Sustainable Development. (WORLD CONGRESS Brochure 2006 & books presentations are available for viewing.)
10A/11 )Our NGO representative participated in the Fiftieth Session of the Commission on the Status of Women held on 27th February to 10 March 2006 at the United Nations- New York.
11) In support of MDG 8, our NGO sent a delegation of 5 persons to attend the Tajikistan 15th Republic celebrations on 5 – 14 September, 2006 in Dushanbe, Republic of Tajikistan. Our NGO established closer cooperation with” Tajikistan Society for Friendship with other Nations” an NGO in Dushanbe, and Tajikistan Technological University Khujand, Republic of Tajikistan.
12) Our NGO President was invited as a speaker to a Conference, sponsored by World Health Organization and other organizations in Chennai, India in November 2006 on HIV/AIDS Prevention where the Minister for Health, India, Director of Universal Peace Federation, of India, and others were also the speakers.
13) MUNA organized in Mumbai, India, the following programs which were attended by Members of our NGO. On 11 April 2006, Seminar on observance of World Health Day. On 26 June 2006, observance of United Nations Charter Day. On 31 October 2006,United Nations Day celebration at Raj Bhavan.

Year: January-December 2005
14) To support the MDG 7, our NGO organized the 19TH WORLD CONGRESS at “Cultural Centre of Russia” Mumbai, India, on 28-29-30 January 2005.Over 220 delegates from 14 countries attended. This was the first WORLD CONGRESS organized after our NGO was conferred Special Consultative Status with the Economic & Social Council of the United Nations. On 30 January 2005, the Death Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi was celebrated with Inter-faith Prayers for Peace led by his great - grandson, in which the representatives of 10 religious groups participated. Purpose of this was for Peace Promotion to prevent terrorists activities arising due to Religious disparities. (WORLD CONGRESS Brochure 2005 is available.)
15 ) Our NGO representative participated in the Forty-ninth Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, held on 28 February to 11 March 2005 at the United Nations, in New York
16) In September 2005, in support of MDG 7, our NGO President was invited to participate as a speaker in Almaty Kazakstan, at the Global conference for Water purification technology, Biogenic Water, problems of Water Ecology and Safety of Human Life held at Balkash Rehabilitation Centre by Director of Bion Laboratories, Bio Physics Dept, Al Farabi University, Almaty Kazakhstan. The serious issues of Nuclear contaminated Water on Health of People, Animals and Plants in the afflicted areas were discussed; with new technology on display for treatment of these environmental pollution problems.
17) MUNA observed in Mumbai, India the following programs in which our NGO members participated. April 2005, World Health Day, on the theme of the Year – Mother and Child. United Nations Charter Day celebration, - The 60th Anniversary of the United Nations on 26 October, 2005, at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai,

Year: January-December 2004 (part year)
18) To support the MDGs 6, 7,& 8, our NGO organized the 18TH WORLD CONGRESS at “Cultural Centre of Russia” in Mumbai, Republic of India on 30-31 January and 1 February, 2004.Over 230 delegates from 12 countries attended. (WORLD CONGRESS Brochure 2004 is available.)
19) Our NGO President attended the meeting of the Trustees and Members of the Global Council of the United Religions Initiative, (URI), an NGO based in California, United States of America, in April 2004. She also attended the selection screening session of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations in May 2004 at the United Nations in New York. .
20) Our NGO President and also our NGO Youth Leader were both invited to participate as Speakers at the Parliament of World Religions held in Barcelona, Spain, in July 2004 and also to the Pre – Parliament meeting at Monserrat, Spain, sponsored by UNESCO and other Organisations. Our NGO President was a speaker at the Symposium organized by The Temple of Understanding- titled “Consultation on Interfaith Education Symposium”, at the Parliament of World Religions in Barcelona. She was also a speaker at the Regional Networking Evening, held on Sunday 11 July 2004, organized by the United Religions Initiative (URI) and at the Gathering for all URI participants.
21) MUNA organized the following events in Mumbai, India in which our NGO representatives participated: On 7 April 2004 The World Health Day 2004 a Seminar on the Theme of the year - ROAD SAFETY – IS NO ACCIDENT. On 28 June 2004. United Nations Charter Day 2004.was observed.. On 21 September 2004, a Seminar was organized on the theme” India and Japan’s permanent membership in the Security Council of the United Nations”. On 24 October 2004, United Nations Day – 2004 was observed at Raj Bhavan, and at this function, the Helen Keller Institute for Deaf and Blind was helped.
22). At its 161st and 162nd sessions, on 21 September 2004, the Executive Board of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognized the year 2003 as the 3000th anniversary of ZOROASTRIAN CULTURE. The President of the Republic of Tajikistan proposed the recognition of this Anniversary. In India the PARZOR foundation was established and in 2004 our NGO participated in the joint celebrations held in Mumbai, India. Our NGO President also attended the celebrations held in September, 2003, in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, as an invited Guest Speaker.

QUADRENNIAL REPORT for 4 Years: 1) January 2012 to December 2012;
2) January 2013 to December 2013
3) January 2014 to December 2014
4) January 2015 to December 2015
1. INTRODUCTION
ALL INDIA SHAH BEHRAM BAUG SOCIETY (For Scientific & Educational Research)
E-mail:1)aisbbs14un@gmail.com (new – effective April 2014 onwards)
(medzcong@gmail.com old do not use) 2) mmastermoos@yahoo.com (no change)
Website: www.mazorcol.org (new) (old) www.indiayellowpages.com/zoroastrian
2. AIMS AND PURPOSES OF THE ORGANISATION remain the same
3. SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN THE ORGANIZATION Governing body members of the Society have changed since 2012. NGO authorized Designated Representatives have changed.
4. CONTRIBUTION OF THE ORGANIZATION TO THE WORK OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Our Organization has focused on UN Millennium goals numbers 1,2,3,6,7,8. Our reports are uploaded on the Documents section of the ICSO database…
Goal 1- Our special Program for education to EAT THE SUN- intake of direct sunlight energy reduces need and dependence on solid and liquid food.
Goal 2- Our focus is on providing educational platform through Zoroastrian College to persons of all countries without bar of age, sex, colour, religion, nationality; to enable original doctorate and post doctorate research to be developed, resulting in finding new discoveries which are for the universal benefit of humanity. Through this platform educational programs, syllabuses, and teaching methods have been devised to promote availability of educational facilities for primary education and secondary practical training and self sufficiency in skills programs to be introduced in general school education system. List of our alumni research thesis topics is on our website: www.mazorcol.org
Goal 3: Our organization has held annual World Congresses to promote knowledge based on gender equality and empowerment of women. We have also held monthly seminars and networked with other organizations for programs enabling training and empowerment of women for skilled work including participation in conferences organized by others.
Goal 6: Our organization has pioneered new research in MEDICINA ALTERNATIVA methods to combat AIDS and find new methods of treatment for Cancer. Special mention deserves to be made about the research discoveries of Dr. Apolonio Luis of Goa using only herbal natural methods of detoxification of the body to restore harmony of good health.
Goal 7: To ensure environmental sustainability our organization has maintained careful Earth watch for over two decades on the movement of the Sun, Earth and Moon on the Zoroastrian College Terrace Observatory; to ascertain true causes in Nature of global warming and discover possible practical methods to maintain green cover for the soil; WATER PURIFICATION technology to clean nuclear contaminated, and chemical bacteria contaminated water using natural methods, to provide safe pure drinking water supply for all. The technical collaboration with Kazakhstan scientist Prof. Dr. Victor Inyushin can provide the solution to the worlds clean water problems.
Goal 8:Networking-Global partnership for development.


QUADRENNIAL REPORT
REVISED UPDATED CONTACT INFORMATION -2012 MAY
Revised shortened format sent on 11th April 2014 in response to letter dated 31 July 2013 from Chief NGO Branch, received and read on 7th April 2014 by NGO head


QUADRENNIAL REPORT 2012-2016
Five annual World Congresses of Science & Spirituality/ Medicina Alternativa were organized by our NGO on 28-29-30 January 2012; 2– 3 February 2013; 8– 9 February 2014; 31ST January – 1ST February 2015; last being the 30th World Congress on 23rd – 26th January 2016, in Mumbai, India, at Russian Centre for Science & Culture. Focus themes on UN millennium goals especially goal numbers 3,5,6 and 7; Health including MEDICINA ALTERNATIVA, Peace, including Interfaith Peace Dialogue though Women’s empowerment. At each World Congress representatives of more than 7 countries attended. In 2012 World Congress MOU’s were signed between our NGO and (1) Moscow State University; (2) Scientific -Research Institute of Cosmic Anthropoecology in Novosibirsk, Russia. In 2015 World Congress high level delegation from Tajikistan of Doctors/Professors from UN- NGO “Avesto” attended. Global co-operation promoted.
Our NGO representative attended the United Nations High Level Forum on The Culture of Peace Tuesday, 9 September 2014 postponed to 11 and 12 September2014 at the UN in New York; our NGO is shocked at the massacre of the Yezidis Zoroastrians, Christians and other non-Muslims in Iraq. To support the UN effort to bring Peace in the Iraq fighting; our NGO offered to provide refuge to upto 100 persons at the NGO’s grounds and buildings near Sanjan in India, if the UN High Commissioner for Refugees together with Government of India co-operates for allowing them to be resettled in India.
Our NGO president was invited as speaker at Korea- World Alliance of Religions for Peace GLOBAL PEACE CONFERENCE-organized by Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light on 15-21st September 2014. Over 200,000 persons from all over the world attended at the Olympic stadium in Seoul including past presidents of several countries. 17 to 19 September 2015, our NGO president was second time invited and attended as a guest speaker focusing on theme of Peace in the World and for drafting a model Convention to put an end to all wars.

Additional Information
GLOBAL PEACE PROMOTION: Our NGO president attended as invited speaker following Conferences
(1) World Alliance of Religions for Peace GLOBAL PEACE CONFERENCE- in Republic of KOREA on 15-21st September 2014. Over 200,000 persons from all over the world attended at the Olympic stadium in Seoul including past presidents of several countries. (2) 17 to 19 September 2015, our NGO president second time attended Second Conference focusing on theme of Peace in the World- for drafting a model Convention to put an end to all wars.
(3) Organized by Dr. Hari Prasad Kanoria, Chairman SREI, supporting the ECOSOC activities, through World Confluences of Humanity, Power & Spirituality: 3rd Confluence on 2nd – 5th January 2012 in Kolkata; 4th Confluence on 22nd -23rd December 2013 in Kolkata; 5th Confluence on 27th – 28th December 2014 in Kolkata; 6th Confluence on 22nd – 23rd December 2015 in Delhi, India
(4) Organized by other Associations including the following:
INTERFAITH PEACE CONFERENCE Delhi, India 11-JUNE-2015 - Mustafa International University of Iran, (India branch) : main theme was Predictions concerning the coming SAVIOUR of the world-SHAH BEHRAM VARZAVAND.
WORLD PEACE DAY 2 October 2015 (2 October International Day of Non-Violence (A/RES/61/271) INTERFAITH SEMINAR held in Mumbai, India organized by The Bombay Catholic Sabha.
Karthik Poornima – 25 November 2015 Full Moon - Indian Council of Religious Leaders organized Interfaith Religious prayers meeting at Varanasi Ganges River.

Between January 2012 and January 2016 our NGO organized about 24 meetings mostly in Mumbai, India focusing on supporting and celebrating various International days declared by the UNESCO. These monthly meetings focused on various themes declared by UN. Reports of some meetings have been uploaded on the documents section of iCSO database; including the following
Date 7 April World Health Day [WHO] (WHA/A.2/Res.35) - HEALTH seminar on 5 April 2015
Highlight Topic – Eradication of HIV/ AIDS- Goal 6
Date 12 August International Youth Day (A/RES/54/120)
Highlight Topic YOUTH EMPOWERMENT - 3 May 2015 seminar
Date 16 October World Food Day [FAO] (A/RES/35/70)
Highlight Topic - FOOD SEMINAR 17 October 2015
Date 21 June 2015 WORLD YOGA DAY
Highlight Topic: our NGO participated in a Yoga INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on at Delhi AYUSH, India.
Date 21 March as International Day of Nowruz (A/RES/64/253)
Highlight Topic: Celebration at Zoroastrian College near Sanjan

Highlight Topic
Our NGO attempted to send representatives to attend meetings in UN building between 2008-2012 but on each occasions something happened which prevented our NGOs various offers from resulting specific astronomy and astrology books.
(5) WORLD PEACE DAY 2 October 2015 : (2 October International Day of Non-Violence (A/RES/61/271) INTERFAITH SEMINAR - Mumbai, India organized by The Bombay Catholic Sabha.
(6)Karthik Poornima – 25 November 2015 Full Moon at Varanasi Ganges River. - Indian Council of Religious Leaders - Interfaith Religious prayers meeting
(B) Between January 2012 and December 2015 our NGO organized about 24 meetings mostly in Mumbai, India focusing on supporting and celebrating various International days declared by the UNESCO. Focusing on different themes declared by UN. including the following in 2015
21 March as International Day of Nowruz (A/RES/64/253) Celebration at Zoroastrian College near Sanjan
7 April World Health Day [WHO] (WHA/A.2/Res.35) - HEALTH SEMINAR - 5 April – Eradication of HIV/ AIDS- Goal 6
12 August International Youth Day (A/RES/54/120) YOUTH EMPOWERMENT SEMINAR – 3 May
16 October World Food Day [FAO] (A/RES/35/70) - FOOD SEMINAR- 17 October
21 June WORLD YOGA DAY participation as speaker in YOGA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, AYUSH, Delhi India.
5) WORLD PEACE DAY 2 October 2015 : (2 October International Day of Non-Violence (A/RES/61/271) INTERFAITH SEMINAR - Mumbai, India organized by The Bombay Catholic Sabha.
(6)Karthik Poornima – 25 November 2015 Full Moon at Varanasi Ganges River. - Indian Council of Religious Leaders - Interfaith Religious prayers meeting

(B) Between January 2012 and December 2015 our NGO organized about 24 meetings mostly in Mumbai, India focusing on supporting and celebrating various International days declared by the UNESCO. Focusing on different themes declared by UN. Reports of some meetings have been uploaded on the documents section of iCSO database; including the following in 2015
21 March as International Day of Nowruz (A/RES/64/253) Celebration at Zoroastrian College near Sanjan
7 April World Health Day [WHO] (WHA/A.2/Res.35) - HEALTH SEMINAR - 5 April – Eradication of HIV/ AIDS- Goal 6
12 August International Youth Day (A/RES/54/120) YOUTH EMPOWERMENT SEMINAR – 3 May
16 October World Food Day [FAO] (A/RES/35/70) - FOOD SEMINAR- 17 October
21 June WORLD YOGA DAY participation as speaker in YOGA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, AYUSH, Delhi India.

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