Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra

Vision: To establish a progressive, peaceful and just society based on the values of equality, fraternity and mutual help. Mission: To educate, organize and empower the rural poor by promoting development as a liberating force for achieving social justice, economic growth and self-reliance.
Dec 20, 2016

60 Lives are Back to Independence and Self-Reliance

Chando During Treatment.1
Chando During Treatment.1

 Dear Supporters and well wisher,

Christmas & New Year Greetings from NBJK!!

My heart is filled with gratitude while sharing this report to you all. I am happy to share that in this quarter we conducted 60 eye surgeries and restored the vision of cataract patients. The disadvantaged rural people who cannot afford private medication and medical facilities are being treated and regaining a dignified life after successful surgeries is not only facilitating the beneficiaries but also motivating and courageous for us. I hope you will enjoy reading the remarkable change made in the lives of beneficiaries through your contribution. I am hereby sharing two success stories of the beneficiaries.

Mrs. Chando belongs to Zokat Village, Chouparan, Hazaribagh. She is a 40 years old lady. In her family there are 7 members including one son and four daughters. Her son is studying and daughters are married. Most of the times, Chando is engaged with the household chores. And whenever she gets time she works at her own agriculture field or even in others field also. Her husband is auto rickshaw driver, and for a day her husband earns maximum two hundred rupees per day. Her Husband is the only earning member of the family since her only son is studying in high school. Somehow she was managing her family. Few months back she suddenly felt vision problem in her eyes and could not see properly. One day she came to LNJP Eye Hospital’s camp and met with camp organiser. Mrs. Chando shared her current condition with the camp organizer. She was diagnosed with cataract in her eye. She underwent cataract surgery as free of cost with your kind donation under GLOBAL GIVING. Now Chando is back to her normal life with ratified vision. She is confident and happy while sharing her feedbacks.

 Another person named Ankit is a student belongs to Gaya, Bihar. Few years ago he realized that his vision sight is constantly decreasing. He couldn’t read the book. His father is a marginal framer and hardly manages to earn Rs. 3000 to 4000 per month. This small amount was not enough to run the family even. Therefore he was simply unable to manage the money for Ankit’s treatment. One day Aankit came to camp and shared his problem to the doctor. He was suffering from cataract problem. The Camp organizer brought him to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash eye hospital. After successful surgery his vision is back and Ankit is feeling happy to realize that he may study again. Subsequently, he underwent cataract surgery as free of cost under GLOBAL GIVING with your kind support. He thanks to GLOBAL GIVING and whole team of LNJP eye hospital.

 The colour of life filled with confidence and independence could not be possible without your generous support. I, on behalf of whole NBJK and the whole group of beneficiaries convey my gratitude to all of you. I hope our commitment will fulfil their life with dignity and self-reliance.

 Thanking You

Warm Regards

Chando During Treatment.2
Chando During Treatment.2
Chando With Her Family after surgery
Chando With Her Family after surgery
Chando back to work
Chando back to work
Ankit after surgery
Ankit after surgery
Ankit back to work
Ankit back to work
Dec 12, 2016

Teacher's Day Celebration and Many More at LBHC

Teacher
Teacher's Day. Inauguration

Dear Supporters and well wisher,

Christmas & New Year Greetings from LBHC!!

I am very much excited to share this quarterly report with all of you, as we had basket of activities in this quarter for Lord Budha Home for Children. I hope you will enjoy reading the report and watching photographs.

In India, 5th September is celebrated as Teaches' Day as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society. 5th September is the birthday of a great teacher Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, who was a staunch believer of education, and was the well-known diplomat, scholar, President of India and above all a Teacher. At LBHC since we value for quality education to all, discipline and keeping high morale we celebrate Teacher’s Day as an auspicious occasion. On this very day, LBHC children themselves decorated the stage.  A cultural programme was also organised on the occasion of Teacher’s Day by the children. The highlights of the programs were –  

  • Speech competition among the children
  • Dance competition  among the children

In the speech competition 6 children participated while in dance competition 11 children participated. Children delivered speech on importance of education, our responsibilities in the society, personality of Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan etc.  While in dance competition Pradip, Pankaj, Abhishek, Sunil, Chandan, Dinesh, Ankit , supriya, Priyanka, Ankush and Ajay presented three types of group dance. On this day students realize what it means to be a teacher and what it means to control the future of several students in their classes and also teachers are reminded what it felt like when they were the students.

All the NBJK staffs and some outside villagers enjoyed the program as viewers and appreciated children for their performance. The principal of Sakya Muni College, Secretary of Niranjana welfare trust Mr. Devendra pathak was the chief guest. All the children who participated or arranged the function were very happy and enjoyed this program.  

Apart from this, another happening activity was visiting Birsa Munda Zoological Park, Ranchi. Whole LBHC team including children, house mothers, counsellor and office staffs went for whole day picnic celebration on 22nd October, 2016. The wildlife sanctuary of Jaivik Udyan in Jharkhand is especially popular not only in the state but all over the country of India, because of its quite unique collection of a variety of species of mammals. An animal adopting program is also a part of this park, which was started to improve public awareness about the importance of wild life protection and conservation. The reason behind selecting this place was to bring the children closure to the nature and its habitation. All of them enjoyed a lot especially children.

Furthermore, last two months in North India was festival season when we celebrated Durga Puja, Diwali and other festivals. At LBHC also children were super excited, for getting new dresses, variety of foods, and lots of outing. In Durga Puja every child got new dresses and visited Puja Pandals (a temporary structure set up to venerate the god). On Diwali, children decorated whole centre, lit diya (earthen pots), and worshiped God and enjoyed special dinner in the evening.

Additionally, on 16th October at LBHC children celebrated Birthday of the Co-founder (SKB, Netherlands) and donor of LBHC, Ms. Ine Buma. Ine Buma loves children very much and she herself is very adorable lady. Children are fond of her so they celebrate her Birthday every year whether she is present in the centre or not.

This all could not be possible without you generous support. I on behalf of whole NBJK and LBHC convey my gratitude to all of you. I hope our commitment will fulfil their life with happiness.

 Thanking You

Warm Regards

Teacher
Teacher's Day.Cultural Programme
Zoological Park Visit
Zoological Park Visit
At Zoological Park
At Zoological Park
Durga Puja Visit
Durga Puja Visit
The team in Zoological Park
The team in Zoological Park
Durga Puja Visit.2
Durga Puja Visit.2
Birthday Celebration at LBHC
Birthday Celebration at LBHC
Birthday Cerebration of Ine Buma
Birthday Cerebration of Ine Buma
Sep 20, 2016

Regaining a dignified life through new vision

After Cataract Surgery
After Cataract Surgery

Greetings from NBJK,

NBJK is aiming to restore vision of 1000 poor persons from rural India in collaboration with Global Giving. Till now with the generous support of Global Giving donors we have achieved more than half of the target fixed. NBJK achieved this target through Eye Check Up camps and Cataract Surgeries in its JNJP Eye Hospital. On regular basis the camps are being organized in the villages and patients are being treated in the camps with Surgery facility. Through this project NBJK aims to cater the need of socially and economically backward people.   

SARJU SAW is one of the beneficiary lives in Pipara village. He is 62 years old man. Throughout his life he worked as a marginal farmer and sometimes even as a farm labourer. At present there are 5 members in his family. He has two sons and one daughter. After daughter’s marriage she lives with her family in another village. And his elder son is living separately with his family. Younger son who is a rickshaw puller lives with his wife one child and his parents. He works as a daily wage worker since he does not own his rickshaw.  Sarju Saw spent his entire life in suffering with monetary problem.   

Since last one and a half years, Sarju Saw was suffering from vision problem. Gradually Sarju Saw lost his vision and became dependent on his wife for his daily works. He felt himself as a burden for his family since his vision capacity was decreasing continuously and he was unable to do his work.

One day his son came to know about the Eye Screening Camp being organised by NBJK in their nearby village and brought his father there. He was diagnosed of cataract in his eye and was immediately brought to the hospital in the hospital van for operation. He was considered for free of cost cataract surgery under Global Giving. On 15th September, 2015 Sarju Saw got his cataract operated. The surgery was successful and very soon he got discharged from the hospital. He is under follow up service.

Whole of his family is so happy and conveyed their gratitude to the hospital persons and the programme.  Receiving such feedback inspires us and helps us realise we are moving in the right direction. Restoring Vision is somehow equal to restoring dignified life to the person who can lead his rest of the life independently.  Please keep supporting us in our efforts towards making a bright and colourful world for as many people as we can.

Warm Regards

With family after surgery
With family after surgery
 
   

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