Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra
Comprehensive Empowerment
% Spent on beneficiaries
Financial Score:
Age: 47 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Bihar, Jharkhand
Issues Addressed:
Establishing a progressive, peaceful and 'just society' based on the values of equality, fraternity, and mutual help.
Supported by:
Plan India; Oxfam India; Sense India; Axis Bank Foundation; HDFC Bank; Action Village India; Tata Trust; Bread For The World
Key Trustees:
Girija Nandan, Satish Kumar
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 85.3% Highest: 99.0% Lowest: 64.3%
Average: Rs35 cr Highest: Rs122 cr Lowest: Rs2 cr
How much to donate
  • Rs2,275 for a Cataract surgery of 1 visually impaired person.
  • Rs2,300 for Educational support to 1 girl child for 1 year.
  • Rs3,000 for Livelihood or Aid/Appliance support of 1 disabled.
  • Rs4,000/month for Education, Food, Clothing of 1 Orphan.
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Putting the last First..
  • Education: In Jharkhand, 45-85% girls dropout of school due to poverty, resulting in early marriage. NBJK runs 6 high schools, 12 primary schools, 10 Coaching centers, one Orphanage. They sponsor the fees, books and uniforms of ~ 400 secondary school girls. In exchange, the NGO takes a written bond from the parents not to marry their daughters before completion of Std X examination. This has improved the retention rate in schools by 94%.
  • Health: Eyesight of 85% visually impaired people can be restored with a simple cataract surgery. 7% Indian population suffers from mental disorder of which 90% remain untreated. NBJK runs 2 eye hospitals and is working with 30,000+ persons with disabilities. They provide free/subsidized surgeries/treatments, training, education and support to them.
  • Livelihood: 80% Jharkhand's population is dependent on agriculture, but only 8% of Net Sown Area is irrigated. Only 4% are employed in the industrial sector. NBJK runs Vocational Training Centers (5,000+ trained yearly), provides credit support to Self-Help Groups (10,000 women) and advocates improved agricultural practices (2,500 families) & water management (10,000 farmers).
21 cr
20 cr
Source : Audit Report 2016