Feb 22, 2018

A Melodious Journey with the Children of Lord Buddha Home

Children on the play ground
Children on the play ground

A Melodious Journey with the Children of Lord Buddha Home

Dear Supporters and Well Wishers

Heartiest Greetings from Lord Buddha Home for Children!!

As all, we know that children are the best resources of the world. We are aware, of how much good deeds you do for our children. We have literally raised these children and every day we get to see and hear the tremendous changing and results in their daily lives.This is the result of the love, affection and care provided every day in their lives. 

The activities recorded in this quarter are as follows.

Christmas Day and New Year Celebration: - Staff of LBHC, children and mothers arranged a meeting to celebrate Christmas Day. On 25th December children participated in so many sports like football, kabaddi and race. At night cultural programme had been organised with the help of the counsellor. The programme started with the cake cutting. Children participated in the programme. After the programme, everyone gathered for the dinner. Secretary of LBHC Satish and Ton (SKB member, Netherland) was also present there. Every one celebrated Christmas with huge enthusiasm and was very happy. 

On 1st January all the children along with mothers and other staff went for the New Year Picnic. They went to visit Tilaiya Dam by bus. They had a great fun by playing singing games on the bus, taking special lunch and doing boating in the Dam. Everyone enjoyed a lot.

Enrolment of 3 children in Vocational Training Course: -3 Children of LBHC were enrolled in the vocational training institute for doing beautician, coral draw and ITI course as per their interest and choice. Counsellor visits the institute time to time to know the progress of children from their instructor/institute. A girl Puja was also doing beautician course but later she decided to complete her education so we again admitted her to the school as we help children to take the decision as per their interest.

The celebration of Republic Day: -Republic Day was celebrated on 26th January. It was started with flag hoisting and National Anthem. Children of LBHC prepared the speech and patriot songs for the programme. LBHC management and school teachers were also present in the programme. After the programme sweets were distributed among all the children. These types of programme create the feeling of patriotism.

There are so many activities like cleaning the campus, Yoga Practices, Fortnightly health check-up, donor visit, sports activities, parents meeting in school etc are going on the regular basis.

We all are doing our best to make their future better. So thank you very much for your interest in supporting Lord Buddha Home for Homeless/Orphan Children. We heavily rely on donations and are extremely grateful for the generous donations which we received. 

Parade on Republic Day
Parade on Republic Day
Children while having lunch on Saraswati Pooja
Children while having lunch on Saraswati Pooja
Dec 1, 2017

The Joy of Sight, the Joy of Life

Munarwa with her grandson and pet
Munarwa with her grandson and pet

The Joy of Sight, the Joy of Life

Respected Supporters and Well Wishers

Heartiest Greetings from NBJK!!

“The Joy of Sight, the Joy of Life” this title is really true without sight we cannot see this beautiful world. Even we are not able to do anything independently. So the healthy eyesight is very important to joy this life. In our community, society or country we see blindness due to cataract which is not good at all. People are getting blind due to poverty and lack of awareness. It is our duty to eradicate blindness due to cataract and bring as many people as possible from blindness to useful productive lives. We are very obliged to share this report with all of you who bring these people from darkness to light.

Munarwa is happy to regain her independence

Brief Description:

MUNARWA was one of the victims of cataract. She is 88 years old simple lady. She belongs to village Chouparan, district Hazaribag. She has four sons and four daughters. All are married. Ten years ago she lost her husband in an accident. Anyhow she was living her life. After the death of her husband, all sons except her younger son began to live separately and denied to keep her in their houses.Now she lives with her younger son. He takes care of her. He works as a mechanic in a bike repairing shop and he is very poor.

Munarwa’s vision started to deteriorate and she was leading a miserable life for the past 2 years. Her daughter was recommended by well-wishers to get her to outreach camps being held by NBJK. In the camp, she was diagnosed with cataracts in the 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 domestic animals. She is very happy and very thankful to GlobalGiving and donors for their generous support.

Sarju is back to work

SARJU is 70 years old poor person lives in village Chouparan district Hazaribag. He is a scrap collector by profession and has a small scrap collection shop which is his sole source of livelihood. He has one son and two daughters. His all children are married. He lives with his son. His son works with him in the shop.

Maximum of the day Sarju collects scrap from village to village. But a few months ago, he began to experience reduced and blurred vision due to the development of cataract in his right eye. So he was facing problem in his work. His income was not nearly enough to be able to obtain treatment for his condition. One day he heard a mobile announcement about NBJK Hospital outreach camp. He attended the camp where the doctor identified his cataract and advised free surgery.

He underwent surgery at the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Hospital Hazaribag. The surgery allowed him to regain his vision and go back to running his business and earning a livelihood. He is very thankful to GlobalGiving and donor for the generosity and support.

With all of your kind and generous support, we are helping the underprivileged and poor people of our society and putting our efforts to bring back their eyesight. We are very thankful to all of you for helping us to make a positive difference.

Sarju with his grandsons
Sarju with his grandsons
Sarju after the operation
Sarju after the operation

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Nov 27, 2017

Journey for Change towards the Bright Future

Children's Day Celebration
Children's Day Celebration

Journey for Change towards the Bright Future

Dear Supporters and Well Wishers,

Greetings from Lord Buddha Home for Children!!

Good deeds do not go unnoticed- they are like a lighthouse, shining to those, who need help and we know that your deeds are the good examples. Your support has been a great motivation to help us move towards our goal of building better future for the children of Lord Buddha Home. Our job is to develop the whole person, not simply feed and clothe a needy child. Thank you for your concern, for the kind heart, and for your active involvement. We are very grateful to share this report of LBHC children among all of you.

The celebration of Teacher’s Day Children’s day: On 5th September 2017 on the Birthday of Dr Sarvepalli who was the great teacher and first vice presidents of India, teacher’s Day has been celebrated in LBHC with great pleasure. Children of LBHC performed songs and dance on Sri Ganesha, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, Udi Udi Jai etc and performed the play on Dowry System.

On 14TH Nov 2017, children’s day was celebrated in LBHC. Block president was the chief guest and he inaugurated the program. School principle delivered the speech about why this day is celebrated and what should children do for their bright future. Counselor of LBHC arranged sports competition where the participants were children and house mothers. After the competition prize distribution ceremony was done.

Local donor Lt. Colonel Mr Brajesh: Mr Brajesh, Lt. Colonel of ARMY in Officers Training Association, Gaya. He visited LBHC on 26.9.17. All the children gathered at LBHC community hall. Mr Brajesh distributed sweets, bananas, chocolate and cold drinks to all children. He told the children that, “All of you should work hard in the study and stay fit if you do this you will be a good person and will get good jobs. He provided 50 Kg Rice, 28 Kg Potatoes and 7 kg onion for the children.

The celebration of Festivals: Durga Puja and Vijaya Dashami were celebrated on dated 30.9.17 at LBHC. All the children went to the market with Mr Gandharv and respective house mothers to purchase new clothes as per their choice. They purchased jeans and top for girls and jeans, shirts and T-shirts for boys. Children went to visit the statue of Goddess Durga and light decoration in Bodhgaya with their mothers.

On 18th November LBHC celebrated Diwali festival with pomp and show. They enjoyed Diwali by lighting up so many firecrackers and with special food. Mothers of each house instructed the children regarding using the firecrackers with safety so that they could stay safe. Some children went with the counsellor in the river Falgu for the Chhat Puja early in the morning, worshipped in the river. Children enjoyed all the festivals a lot.

Science Exhibition:-Some children participated in science exhibition in Manav Bharti School on 12th November 2017 and prepared model for their project. Kailash’s project was very appreciated by the school teachers.

District Level Sports: - In Gaya District, the Government authority organized District Level Sports program in which children of LBHC Ganesh, Dilip and Kailash who are studying in Manav Bharti School participated in sports. They won the football match and got selected for Inter-State Football Tournament.

Teacher's Day Celebration
Teacher's Day Celebration
District Level Sport
District Level Sport
 
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