AID Columbus (USA): Association for India’s Development (AID) is a volunteer movement promoting sustainable, equitable and just development. AID is supporting for “Education program for Slum Children” in 8 slums of Patna, Bihar. 280 poor disadvantaged children have now access to education, vocational training and health care through this programme.
Action Village India (AVI) is a UK-based charity working for change in rural India for 25 years. It is supporting Girl’s Education programme through Girls Sponsorship and Accessing Disability Rights project in 5 districts of Jharkhand and Bihar. 80 girls have been supported to continue their education after primary schools and thus delaying their marriage. And 56902 person with disabilities could access government services and entitlements.
Stiching Kinderhulp Bodhgaya (SKB) is supporting Lord Buddha Home for Children, a home for homeless/orphan children. Currently 57 orphan children are getting motherly care, quality education and health care in Shilounja Village of Bodhgaya. Over 400 youths are also getting vocational training in trades like hospitality beautician, mobile repairing and tailoring with kind support of SKB.
Plan India: Plan in India is part of Plan International, one of the world’s largest community development organisations. Plan’s vision is of a world in which all children realise their full potential in societies which respect people’s rights and dignity. Plan India is supporting for “Child Centered Community Development Programme” in 21 villages of Hazaribag district. 850 children, 105 mothers, 210 adolescents and 756 SHG women are benefited from the programme. Model schools, check dams, birth registrations and sensitisation about girl child are done. In 2013, 39822 children from 323 schools of Hazaribag district, Jhakhand were provided TOMS shoes through Plan India.
Sense International India: Sense Internatinal is one of the world’s known organisation working for rehabilitation of deafblind children. Sense International (India) through CLSA is supporting to provide home-based education, mobility, recreation, daily living skills to 66 deafblind or sever disability children in 27 villages of Hazaribag and 13 slums of Ranchi, Jharkhand.
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine supported for “Effective and safe intervention for prevention of Malaria during pregnancy in India” project. In 2013, 671 pregnant women and lactating mothers were surveyed to find the prevalence of malaria. Mothers were observed during ANC/PNC check-ups at govt. health centres.
PATH-OWH supported for “A study on prevalence of Soil Transmitted Helminths”. 13506 children from 7 districts of Jharkhand were surveyed under this project.
Water Aid India is supporting for “community based WASH initiative for urban poor”. About 19800 slum dwellers are provided knowledge about WASH issues. Sanitation facilities, adolescent girl’s groups and users group are created for a sustainable change.
Basic Needs and DFID are supporting for “Mental Health and Development” programme which cover 15 districts of Bihar and Jharkhand. Over 3900 men and 2700 women with mental illness are treated every year in partnership with RINPAS. Economical rehabilitation is proved to the person treated with mental illness.
Sightsavers is supporting for Cross CBR (Community Based Rehabilitation) Project in Hazaribag districts of Jharkhand. Over 1900 person with disabilities are getting services like facilitation in disability certificates, pensions, aid & appliance and other govt. entitlements. Loknayak Jaiprakash Eye Hospital, Hazaribag is providing free cataract surgeries of over 2000 poor cataract blinds every years with the kind support of Sightsavers.
CBM and Australian Aid is supporting for “Integrated CBR and Eye Care services” project in 4 blocks of Dumka districts. Over 1600 person/children with disabilities are getting direct support of home-based education, aid & appliance, ADL (Activity of Daily Living), Orientation & Mobility, facilitation in disability certificate and strengthening DPOs. Over 5000 poor are additionally reached every year through health camps on ENT, Eye and Mental Health. Loknayak Jaiprakash Eye Hospital, Dumka is providing vision restoration of over 1200 poor cataract blinds every year with the kind support of CBM.
Global Giving is supporting for vision restoration of 1000 poor cataract blinds in India.
World Diabetes Foundation supported Loknayak Jaipraksh Eye Hospital, Hazaribag of NBJK to start the Diabetic Retinopathy Unit. 10,000 poor patients are diagnosed and made aware about diabetes every year. 10 cases with Diabetic Retinopathy are treated every year.
Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) is supporting for “Promoting Sustainable Sanitation in Rural India” project in Simdega District of Jharkhand. Community awareness on open defecation free villages and hygiene practices are reaching to over 20,000 rural people.
Oak Foundation has main administrative office in Geneva, Switzerland and has a presence in eight other countries: Belize, Bulgaria, Denmark, Ethiopia, India, the UK, the US and Zimbabwe. It is supporting for “Housing Improvement for Poor SHG Members” project in 10 Slums of Ranchi, Jharkhand. Over 160 SHG members are getting revolving funds to improve, repair and renovate their homes.
American India Foundation (AIF) is supporting the “Market Aligned Skill Training” of over 1200 youths in 5 districts of Jharkhand every year. Over 70 percent are getting placed in organised sector. Training is being given on Mobile Repairing, Bed Side Patient Attendant, ITes, and other trades as per local need.
Bread for the Worlds (BFtW) is one of the oldest partners of NBJK. It is supporting for the “Strengthening Small NGOs and VOs”. 23 social activists, 4 NGOs, 2000 Women, 2500 farmers and 500 villagers are getting empowered every year.
Carers Worldwide, UK is a charity organization with the mission to enable carers, service providers, policy makers and other stakeholders to recognize and respond to the needs of carers in the developing world. It aims to support, services and recognition for anyone living with the challenges of caring for a family member or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health problem. Since NBJK works with physically / mentally challenged people and their carers already, Carers Worldwide has extended its support for survey, organization and to find out livelihood options for people dedicated towards service selflessly.
VISION 2020 Australia is a voluntary, non-profit and a charitable organisation registered in the State of New South Wales, Australia. Vision 2020 Australia helped NBJK run Loknayak Jaiprakash Eye Hospital to establish a Vision Center at Sherghati, a sub-division of Gaya district in Bihar where more than 1.5 lac people of a thousand villages live with least eye care facility.