Warm GREETINGS FROM BUDDHA OUTCAST SOCIAL SOCIETY - BOSS from India .
BOSS is a voluntary, Non Governmental, Social Service charitable Society that has been founded by a group of Social minded with the aim of protecting and securing the Dalit ( low caste poor people ) development activities of Dalit Peoples and striving to establish their socio empowerment it has set as its project area in 50 disadvantaged Rural Dalit villages in District , Tamilnadu , south India since 1995. We work for ensuring Dalit Poor people development activities through peoples collective it is our mission and vision as we build ours Strategies to work for women and child and Dalit development, minority upliftment, etc... BOSS is a gross root level rural based charitable Society. Actually we are maintaining our programmed with our own limited sources. We need more from external sources.
The Target Group of this project was belongs to Dalit Community people from Rural Area . BOSS has already formed a selection committee in which Ten representatives of the Self Help Groups and the chief functionary of the BOSS members. These committee members have known the status of each house and the beneficiaries. Based on the economic status and the physical damage of the houses the committee has prioritized and selected the top 100 beneficiaries who need immediate attention and help.
As always, don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions!
Solicit your esteemed cooperation and support.
Hoping for your positive and favorable reply Thanking you in anticipation.
With kind regards, Yours sincerely,
R.BALU , Executive Secretary. BUDDHA OUTCAST SOCIAL SOCIETY – BOSS .
Dr .Ambedkar street , Adaiyur village - 606604, Tiruvannamalai District . Tamilnadu , INDIA.
Mobile : 91+9486171442 Email : bossrvbalu @ yahoo.co.in www. bossngo.blogspot.com.
Jun 3, 2019
By R.BALU - DIRECTOR
Actually There is no funding collection to this project . But we have in followup. Thanking you.
Community-led improvements in housing, housing infrastructure and the local environment can have significant benefits for children and young people living in poverty. Increased security, healthier living conditions and access to improved facilities lay the foundation for children to learn, develop and eventually contribute to community development efforts as well as generating income .
The importance of the relationship between housing and poverty, and its particular relevance to the situation of children, is not however always acknowledged in international development policy. Secure, good quality housing and its associated infrastructure (water, sanitation, drainage, electricity and waste disposal) is vital to people's wellbeing, but many poor people find that they do not have sufficient access to them. Similarly, relocation, forced eviction and the impact of natural disasters (all acute problems to poor families living in rudimentary facilities) particularly threaten children's welfare and development. For example, poor quality, insecure housing imposes enormous health and safety costs on its inhabitants. Children's educational opportunities are also severely restricted by a family's need to concentrate time and money on maintaining shelter and related infrastructure, often requiring children to take on basic domestic responsibilities and / or income-generating tasks from an early age. Addressing the housing and shelter needs that lie at the root of child poverty in rural areas is therefore vital to development. )
Mar 8, 2019
By R.BALU - EXECUTIVE SECRETRAY
A total of 10 Dalit hamlets are located beneath and summit of Tiruvannamalai which is southern part of western Ghat, geographically western ghat begin at Kavuthy Hills Tamil Nadu state ( India ) border and ends in Salem district a 5000 kilometers spreaded ranges where 100 more tribal sect are living in our target area they are known as Dalit community. They generation to generation are living here.We selected 50 Damaged houses in our target areas in Dalit communityThe Renovation and temporary thatched roof will be dismantled with the help of community participation. For each house a working group will be selected from the Self Help groups and this group of people will help them in rebuilding the structure. The fellow colleagues will get half of the original wages and help the beneficiaries to complete the house with the support of agency .