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Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra

Girl child education
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Gift education to an underprivileged child
Awards & Recognition
IEBF Excellence Award, Sardar Vallabhai Patel Award, Certificate of Recognition, Rashtriya Swayamsiddh Samman Award, Fellowship in Developmental Pediatrics, Sprit of Humanity Award 2015- Education, Advanced Level- Gold Certification Award
Last audited December 2018
Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra was created a progressive,peaceful, indiscreet virtues to build a society based on the values of equality, fraternity, and mutual help.They wanted to pull up the root causes of poverty.Their main target is the poor towns and villages in Bihar, where indigent people are trapped in the hands of poverty. They are determined to help this kind of people and built up a good career and make the people independently strong enough to face economic and social challenges. They provide free meals support, provide transportation like school bus/cab cost, and covers up school fee charges to an average of 32.More than 174 youth got the advantage from the education provided by them.They also establish many camps for the treatment of 108 patients who were suffered from cataract. They were awarded the Best Organization for Implementing Good Governance by the Credibility Alliance, Mumbai for Good Governance; the Best In Promoting Policy Advocacy by the INAFI, Madurai for Policy Advocacy; and the Best In supporting and Promoting Small Scale Industries by the AVARD, New Delhi For Promotion of Khadi Gramodyog.
Leadership Girija Nandan
Expenses incurred in the education of children
Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra (NBJK) is committed to encouraging the education of poor children by providing the required support. The field workers identify children from Government schools who drop out due to their family's economic conditions. Every village has a primary school but no high schools. The children have no means of transport, therefore, are forced to quit their education. To combat this, NBJK established primary feeder-schools in the villages and high schools close to the village blocks. The children receive education up-to Grade V at the feeder schools and are then shifted to one of the five high schools. Over 3000 students receive education in the five high schools that cover over 90 villages. The children who cannot afford to pay are provided education free of cost.When you support this program, you help a child like Mithilesh go to school, break the cycle of poverty and build his future.

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