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Dr. Rajeev Seth (Managing Trustee, BUDS ) & Dr. Indra Taneja (Trustee, BUDS) along with Dr. Chandrakant S Pandav (Head of the Department of Center for Community Medicines, AIIMS) has the panelist on DD Kishan program on discussing childhood vaccinationWatch Full Session
Theme: Health, Well-Being & Sports, Agenda for the Marginalized Youth.
Wednesday, March 29, 2023, 10 a.m – 4 p.m. All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), Gymkhana, Ansari Nagar East, New Delhi-110029, Organized by Bal Umang Drishya Sanstha (BUDS) in collaboration with Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India
On February 2, 2023, Bal Umang Drishya Sanstha (BUDS), launched a program to distribute “CINI NUTRIMIX,” a high-calorie and high-protein supplement, to severe and moderate acute malnourished children.
This event was inaugurated by Sh. Ajay Kumar, I.A.S. Collector, District Magistrate, Deputy Commissioner, Nuh, and Chief Executive Officer, Mewat Development Agency, Nuh.
Will you be at #SBCCSummit in December? Be sure to visit @DrRajeevSeth2’s session to learn more about his work with @UmangBal on community-led strategies for vaccine acceptance!
State Consultation on Convergence and Coordination
BUDS observed teacher’s day at the BUDS center
health education session at Govt. Senior secondary school of Padheni village in Tauru block
BUDS observing the National Nutrition Week
“Youth to Power”
The International Indo-Nepal Friendship award 2022
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Subhash and Girija Devi’s family are migrants from Bihar. Subhash works as a construction labourer and they are very poor. Subhash’s eldest daughter Sakshi is 13 years old. She studied till the 8th standard until she had to drop out of school when her father fell very ill – with liver disease – had to stop working and they lost the only bread-winner in the family! Sakshi’s mother was distraught.
Neha lives with her family in a rented house in Madrasi Colony near Mori Gate area of Old Delhi. Neha’s family are migrants from Bihar and like thousands of others had come in search of work. Apart from Neha’s parents and four sisters and brother, their maternal grandmother lives with them. Neha’s parents work as cleaners in the nearby Delhi Railway station.
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Kavya’s family has been living in a small rented room near Sadar Bazar in Basketwalan of Azad Market for the last 20 years, apart from her parents, there is a brother and two sisters in her family. The area of Azad Market is also very crowded and along with this, all the areas around it are congested as there are markets. Some of the areas around it are Morigate, Chandni Chowk, Sadar Bazar, Malka Ganj Ram Bazar, Civil Line etc. Here most of the families have migrated from Bihar, Madras and BengalMore Details
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The USAID Core group in collaboration with Nuh NHM Haryana appreciated the significant and continuous contribution in COVID prevention and routine immunization, and for this Mr. Yawar Qaiyum, Director Operations and Soumya Rajeshwari, Program Manager were honoured by letters of appreciation by the CMO of Nuh district for the active participation of BUDS and Team during this awareness journey.More Details
The Human Cost of Pneumonia and the Power of the PCV: Stories from Somalia and IndiaMore Details
In our 2020-21 research grants report, investigators in Mehwat pilot a community health worker-led intervention for vaccine confidenceMore Details
“Our focus is to have a bottoms up approach where immunization is viewed as a basic child right”More Details
World health’s day- posters made by children at our DICs and education centersMore Details
Greetings from BUDS ( www.budsngo.org) !
On the occasion of the International Women’s Day (IWD), it is indeed my privilege to write about the BUDS PACE program, that support the Right to Education and prevention of Early Marriage of most marginalized adolescents girls and young women. Patriarchy, coercion, social customs, norms and illiteracy are major social determinants of health, that have to be surmounted for girls and young women living in underprivileged rural and deprived urban slum communities.More Details
Christmas Day Celebration at different PACE and DICs of BUDS. #happyfaces #happyholidaysMore Details
With the support of one of our funders, GKHET, we are happy to be an implementing organization for the skills training course for the children from marginalized communities. 15 students were assessed yesterday for the admission in the General Duty Assistant course at Tech Mahindra Smart Academy for Healthcare.More Details
Children are the most important part of every project at BUDS. We believe in child rights promotion and providing opportunities to every child. We celebrated Children’s day at our various centers across Delhi. #children‘sday2021More Details
Women and adolescent girls enrolled in our education program celebrated Diwali with full enthusiasm in different centers. Their smiles enlightened our hearts as well. Girls made rangolis and decorated diyas. #diwalicelebrationsMore Details
Kusum’s road to recovery
Kusum is 13 years old and hails from Darbhanga (a state in Bihar). Her father runs a small food shop, which suffered losses during the COVID-19 pandemicMore Details
Nuh is one of the aspirational districts in the country. The health indicators are very poor in this region. BUDS operates a Mobile Health Van in the area. On 28th of September, BUDS covered Malaka village of the Nuh region for a health camp facility to the residents of this and the nearby villages. Alisha* visited the health camp as she had a complaint of chronic diarrhea. .More Details
COVID-19 disproportionately impacts health systems in low-income settings and the health of the most marginalized populations.More Details
Teachers day celebration at all the PACE centres. BUDS teachers and facilitators celebrated teachers day on 5th September 2021. They also provided them with refreshments.
Dr. Rajeev Seth along with Dr. Abhijit Chowdhury was invited as a special guest for a webinar by John Hopkins Maternal and Child Health Center. The title of the webinar was “Voices from the Frontlines”. Dr. Seth, the managing trustee of BUDS, shared his views, stories from the field, and lessons from the COVID-19 response in India. The emphasis was also laid on innovation during a crisis and reaching the most vulnerable via grassroots organizations.More Details
NM Prusty, President of Humanitarian Aid International, and Mentor-Cum-Director, Centre for Development and Disaster Management support Services (CDDMASS- a Strategy Center), along with Mr. Kamal Kishore, Member, National Disaster Management Authority, and Prof. Santosh Kumar Professor and Head of Policy planning and Community Issues in NIDM took a webinar on “Community Based COVID Preparedness (CBCP)”. He also engaged with the audience using mentipoll results. The webinar was chaired by Dr. Prof. RN Srivastava, and Dr. Rajiv Seth moderated the webinar.More Details
The community members had vaccine hesitancy about the COVID-19 vaccination. BUDS in collaboration with the M3M foundation ran an awareness campaign from 16th of August, 2021 to 31st of August, 2021 to raise awareness of the community members about COVID-19 vaccination intake in the Tauru block of Haryana.
BUDS celebrated Nutrition Week from September 1- September 7, 2021. The theme for 2021 was “Feeding smart right from Start” and therefore the activities were planned accordingly. We celebrated nutrition week in all three drop-in centers of Delhi with adolescent girls and boys. Our focus was on raising awareness of young children and adolescents with help of stories, quizzes, and edutainment games. Keeping in view the socio-economic background of marginalized children BUDS staff also distributed fruits and protein-rich food among the remedial students.