Snapshot
Nalanda Bahuddeshiya Sevabhavi Sanstha
SECTOR: Development
SUB SECTOR: Camps/Activities
% Spent on beneficiaries
99%
Financial Score:
Age: 8 Years
Tax Benefit: No
Foreign donations: X
Location(s): Work in progress.
Issues Addressed:
Work in progress.
Supported by:
Work in progress.
Key Trustees:
Mr. Rahul Jaidev Kasabe, President Mr. Karan Raghunath Jogdand, Vice President
Mr. Parameshwar Kasabe, Secretary Mr. Siddharth Alte, Treasurer
Mr. Rahim Matin Sheikh, Member Mr. Tanaji Bhagwan Kasabe, Member
Mr. Abhasaheb Bhalerao, Member
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 83.6% Highest: 100.0% Lowest: 9.5%
Income:
Average: Rs86 lac Highest: Rs9 cr Lowest: Rs45,032
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Nalanda Bahuddeshiya Sevabhavi Sanstha (NBSS) was formed with the main objectives of social welfare, social service, and the development of society along with social stability.

NBSS organises various programmes and workshops including:

  • Health Camps: NBSS organises free eye treatment camps in Osmanabad district of Maharashtra for the underprivileged and disadvantaged people. Professional doctors do the check-ups and free medicines, spectacles, and eye lenses are distributed to the patients. General health check-up camps are also organised wherein blood tests and other routine check-ups are done and awareness about causes and preventive measures of various diseases is created. Other programmes like women’s health programme, HIV/AIDS awareness, leprosy eradication, de-addiction camps are also organised.
  • Watershed Development Camp: Camps are organised to explain the watershed concept which as an ideal unit for planning and development of land, water and vegetation resource. The objective is to increase the efficiency of natural resource use and productivity of rain-fed agriculture by participating communities. A sustainable watershed management approach helps ensuring livelihood opportunities and food security of the rural inhabitants by focusing on increasing the productivity of rain-fed areas.
  • Livelihood Camps: Agriculturist camps are organised to encourage organic farming and diversified farming, facilitate the involvement of farmers groups in primary processing, quality enhancement and marketing, and achieve convergence of government programmes and resources.
  • Youth Training Programme: Workshops are organised where computer repairing and motor driving training is provided to the participants. The workshop also covers how participants could generate self- employment and become independent. Youth Leadership Programmes are organised.
  • Environment Awareness Programme: This programme covers topics like increasing pollution, use of chemical fertilizers and their ill-effects. Solutions are provided to control the spread of pollution.
  • Educational Programme: This programme is organised to provide guidance towards education and its importance. Free uniforms, books, and stationery are distributed to the students.
  • Cultural Programmes: These are organised for increasing awareness through street plays and dramas in villages.
  • Other programmes: These include women’s education camps, child labour programmes, sports competitions, village development programmes, and motherhood workshops.
Income
Rs
8 lac
Expense
Rs
7 lac
Source : Audit Report 2015