Jan 20, 2021

Vision for Life

Photograph of patient before surgery
Photograph of patient before surgery

Rajkishor is a 70 years old man who lives in Bhadrahi village of Godda block in Godda district. He is a daily labour, but due to ageing is getting less work for his livelihood. He has 3 sons and 1 daughter in his family. He now lives alone and outbreak of COVID-19 in country also worsened his financial condition.

He was suffering from cataract since last two years, his vision became blurred and he was unable to see anything after sunset. Slowly his cataract problem was worsening and he needed help from others to move from one place to another, he was unable to do his daily work. Due to financial crisis he was unable to visit eye hospital and get the proper treatment. People from his village bought him to the hospital for treatment.

Rajkishor went through cataract surgery and now is able to see properly from one eye, other eye will be operated soon. He is happy and thankful for the surgery support provided by the GlobalGiving and NBJK. He gained the vision for the rest of his life.

Photograph of patient after surgery
Photograph of patient after surgery
Jan 11, 2021

Shaping the Future of Children at Lord Buddha Home

Dear Supporters and Well Wishers

Heartiest Greetings from the Lord Buddha Home for Children!

And very Happy New year to all!

With your love and kind support, children at Lord Buddha Home for children are doing very well and are healthy. During peak period of pandemic the situation for children became sensitive and hard, but by your continuous love, prayers and support all children are doing well.

In last quarter lots of activities were done at LBHC with the kind support of donors, all 70 children were provided with proper meal, opportunity for online education and enjoyed beautiful festival like Dushera, Diwali and Christmas.

All Children participated in Campus Cleaning work which is regularly done weekly. Yoga and Meditation classes are organized weekly for children to keep mind and body calm and fit. Online classes were organized for class 10th students who are preparing for their final exams in month of February 2020. Coaching classes resumed in month of November (3:30 pm to 7:00 Pm). Children also practice self study and complete their assignments and home works.

Other than academics children also participate in music classes, which are held every month. Children have fixed time for sports and games both indoor and outdoor, which is very much essential for physical exercise and for better body development of children.

Some generous guests like Ms. Shubhra and Ms. Usha Raj from Inner Wheel Club, Gaya, visited LBHC in October month and gave good wishes for best future to all children. They distributed shirts, T shirt, some slippers and snacks among the children. Mrs. Ranjeeta Agarwal visited LBHC on 13th November, 2020 and celebrated her daughter Rishika’s birthday with children and distributed cakes and snacks among children. Mr. Sudeep Agarwal from Gaya visited LBHC in December and provided some woolen blanket for children.

Counseling meeting was conducted for children to create awareness about sustainable utilization of energy, electricity, water and resources, to keep body and mind clean and practicing Yoga and meditation for peaceful mind.

Management committee meeting is also conducted weekly in LBHC with group leaders, house mothers and members for maintaining rules and regulations up to date and also to discuss the modifications in regulations and planning activities for children.


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Sep 21, 2020

The happiness of Sight is happiness of Life

The happiness of Sight is happiness of Life

Dear Supporters and Well Wishers

Greetings from NBJK!!

“Happiness of Sight is happiness of Life” this title is really true without sight we are not able to see this beautiful world. Even we are facing problems to do anything independently. So the healthy eyesight is very important for happy life. When eyes are affected by cataract the whole world begin to look blur and gradually person is not able to see anything due to vision loss. People who are educated lives in cities and health conscious are very much aware of cataract. But people who live in remote area or village and are very poor don’t know about the cataract. If somebody knows then he/she does not have enough money and knowledge to cure their blindness. We are very obliged to share this report among all of you who bring these people from darkness to light.

Dulari is happy to get this happiness in her life.

Brief Description:

Dulari is a 67 year old lady, She is living in village Girayia, Wazirganj of Gaya District of Bihar with her family.  She has two children. Her son is working as daily labour in local area of her district. Their monthly income is around Rs 4000/-, which is not enough for her family. She suffered from poor vision for a couple of years and did not know the actual reason. Eventually due to his poor vision, she was unable to carry out his daily activities. Her son came to know about the outreach camps organized by NBJK. She came to our camp with his son and she was diagnosed with cataracts in left eye. NBJK staff assured her for free surgery with the help of GlobalGiving and gave her date for the surgery. She went to the LNJP eye hospitals with her son and underwent the surgery. Now her vision is good. She takes care of grandchildren and able to do her daily work independently. She is very happy and very thankful to GlobalGiving and donors for their generous support.

 

Thanks for your kind and generous support”

 

Dulari After Surgery
Dulari After Surgery
 
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