Feb 5, 2019

Ensure a Better Life for the Children of LBHC

Children with Diwali Rangoli
Children with Diwali Rangoli

Ensure a Better Life for the Children of LBHC

Dear Supporters and Well Wishers

Heartiest Greetings from Lord Buddha Home for Children!!

Children of LBHC are doing well. NBJK has consistently been improving their self-esteem, confidence and leadership qualities that will prepare them for future employment. Offering more than just food, shelter and other essentials, we give our children a loving family environment and the tools needed to achieve their goals through education and career development. Most of our kids came to us from tragic, backgrounds, facing an uncertain future with virtually no hope, but with generous support of our donors, we abled to meet their emotional, medical and educational needs and beyond.

On Diwali festival children were very excited. Since the morning they have started to clean and decorate the LBHC. They made colorful Rangoli on the floor and trying to compete each other’s by making best Rangoli. After Diwali pooja they lighted the firecrackers and enjoyed a lot with especial delicious meal.

Children were waiting for New Year desperately because they know they go on the picnic on every 1st of January. They went to Dharmaran in Bodh Gaya. Caregiver mothers took delicious food for them there. Children played singing and dancing game their and enjoyed a lot.

Kagupa International Monlam Trust,Bodh Gaya organized a health camp on 16th January. Children went there and took the benefit of health checkup. Children those who are suffering from cold and cough got medicines from there.

Children also learn computer in LBHC computer lab. Indal, Gudiya, Abhishek and Shanti learnt what is power point presentation and how does it make. Like always children got lots of Gifts from Amazon like Socks, Protinex, Maggi, Pens, Story Books etc. Apart from this, children were practicing for Republic Day Parade.

Time to time counselling has been done of all the children and mothers by management committee so that the small disputes can be solved. Children also share their problem if they have any, with the management.

Other activities like Yoga classes, Cleaning of the campus, Music classes and sports are running on regular basis.

                                                             Thanks For Your Generous Support

Music Practice
Music Practice
Feb 4, 2019

Give Back the Vision to Poor Villagers

Geniya with her husband and son
Geniya with her husband and son

Give Back the Vision to Poor Villagers

Respected Supporters and Well Wishers

Heartiest Greetings from NBJK!!

Cataract is very common, and symptom can be noticeable. Due to cataract, patients won’t be able to experience all of life’s moment clearly. LNJP Eye Hospital of NBJK provides primary eye care to patients from the Jharkhand state. Its main aim is to provide care to the thousands of patients across the region who cannot afford it. With all your generous support we have protected the eyesight of thousands of poor villagers. We cannot explain the moment in the words when they see again their children, wife, husband, and parents after the operation and go back to work happily.

Geniya feels happy to see again

Geniya is 50 years of age-old woman lives in the Dumka district of Jharkhand. She works as an agriculture laborer because her husband health is not good, he always remains sick.  She has one son and two girls. All are married. Her son is a daily wage earner. Unfortunately, cataract developed in her eye, which left her with extremely poor vision. She was also concerned that her lack of vision would not allow her to protect herself from snakes and insects while she was working on farmland. Due to this, she was facing the problem in her daily routine work and farming work. A few weeks later she heard of an outreach camp organized by LNJP Eye Hospital of NBJK. She was diagnosed with a mature cataract. She told about her poor economic condition to the camp organizer. Camp organizer informed her about free cataract surgery with the help of the donor. She got agree for the operation and was immediately taken to the hospital. Next day she was operated and gone through a successful operation. She is now able to perform agriculture and domestic activities with regained efficiency. She is very thankful to Donor, Global Giving and NBJK for their generous support.

Thank you again for your support We respect everything you do.

Geniya while doing household chores
Geniya while doing household chores
Geniya after surgery
Geniya after surgery
Nov 12, 2018

The Best for Good Reason

Putul while weaving basket
Putul while weaving basket

The Best for Good Reason

Respected Supporters and Well Wishers

Heartiest Greetings from NBJK!!

Eye care is one of the greatest public health challenges for the 21st century. Millions of people worldwide suffering from unnecessary blindness, more than half are due to cataract – which can be surgically treated. Most of these people live in the developing world, where poor nutrition and limited access to eye care can mean a life limited by needless blindness. Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra is doing great work to remove the cataract from poor villagers’ eyes in Jharkhand by spreading awareness programme, organising camp and providing free cataract surgeries and all of these things are not possible without your support.

Putul started work again

Putul is a 48 years old woman. She lives in Andipur village of Dumka district. She lives with her husband. Her husband name is Khare. He does nothing due to ill health. Putul has three children, two sons and one daughter. All are married. Her sons work in the town and they don’t live with Putul. Putul is a basket weaver. She weaves bamboo baskets and sells those baskets in the local market to earn two-time bread. With the money, she earns from selling the baskets, she uses to take care of her husband and herself. She was facing the problem of low vision for three years but due to the poor economic condition, she could not do anything. She was unable to do her work properly so it was very difficult for her to arrange two times meals. One day she heard the camp announcement and went to the camp organised by LNJP eye hospital of NBJK. There she was diagnosed with the cataract in her both eyes. Our camp organiser told her about the free surgery in LNJP eye hospital. Camp organiser took her at LNJP eye hospital, Dumka. First, her left eye operation was done successfully then after sometime her right eye operation. Now her both eye sights are good. She can see properly. She is very happy as she has started her weaving work again. She is very thankful to LNJP hospital team, donors and global giving for their generous support.

We express our sincere gratitude toward all of you who support our community people.

Putul with her husband and grand children
Putul with her husband and grand children
Putul after operation
Putul after operation
 
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