Bhukamp Grastha Bahuudeshiya Vikas Pratisthan works to support women and children through rural development and educational activities. The organisations beneficiaries are victims of a series of earthquakes that took place east of Mumbai, leaving 52,600 families homeless, as well as many orphans and widows.
Some of their 2014 activities were as follows:
Tobacco & Cigarette Control camp: The organization has organized Tobacco and Cigarette control camp for drug addicts, by providing free treatment to them.
AIDS Awareness Camp: They organise students to rally, create shows, plays and exhibitions to create awareness on the topic.
Medical Camp: The organisation has arranged a medical camp for women and children in Murum to guide them on health, hygiene and sanitation. Care of pregnant women and growing children is a specific target area.
Women Awareness Camp: Experts and resource people conducted awareness camps to make women aware of their rights and discuss ways of generating an income, as well as supporting their families.
Women Self-Employment Camp: Organised for women and girls who are unemployed and in search of employment. The camp provides guidance and vocational training.
Tree Plantation: An activity to provide the community with awareness on global warming and deforestation.
Income Rs2 lac
Expense Rs4 lac
Source : Audit Report 2014
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