While a few fortunate children buy new bags, fancy stationary and water bottles to go back to school this summer, millions of children of primary school age are still deprived of an education. Support CBN foundation’s education programme on www.cbn.in with just Rs.6000 per annum. Get more children off the street and into the classroom.
Support the CBN Foundation Nursing Scholarship on International Nursing Day.
International Nursing Day is observed during the birthday month of the English nurse, Florence Nightingale (1820-1910). The English nurse became known as the founder of professional nursing, especially due to her pioneering work during the Crimean War (1853-1856). In India nursing is a sound profession for young people, it gives them the chance to earn a living as well as to help others. CBN Foundation sponsors financially weak but deserving candidates for the nursing scholarship. The nursing scholarship is changing lives. With a contribution of Rs. 7,500 per month you will brighten the future of young women.
Water Wells & Sanitation
A 10th of the world’s thirsty live in India’s villages. That is about 63 million people in India who lack access to safe drinking water*. Women and girls are usually responsible for collecting drinking water and they spend hours walking between their home and a water source. This means less time in school or on earning a living. CBN Foundation is working across the nation to relieve the severe water stress by digging 500 water wells a year. Support us with your donation as we provide water to those who lack this basic need.
*Source TOI, 21st March 2017
CBN Foundation Livelihood Programme
CBN Foundation does more than just rescue disaster struck people. It helps people to rebuild their lives. This includes the restoration and reconstruction of their lives, homes and livelihood. Livelihood assistance is based on the geographical location and need of the community.
Self Help Groups
In Uttarakhand and Haryana CBN Foundation is working to create Self Help Groups and communities that are aware of their rights. Livelihood skills are being imparted that will create a sustainable and self-sufficient community. Women are making pickles, lemonades and craftwork, which is being sold through bazars and melas.
Many families in flood affected areas have been given livestock like cattle and goats to sustain them and generate an income.
Many have been helped in disaster prone areas to open photocopy shops and small provisions stores to support themselves.