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Being Relevant in Today’s Time

CNI SBSS has focused on inputting communities on establishing a sustainable model for education delivery, creating efficient water systems and provided training and exposure to farmers on organic farming and kitchen gardening through multi-cropping. Our aim is to provide a better and healthy standard of living for dalits and tribal communities in our reference areas.

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Closure of Campaign “Corona Ke Sang Jeena”

Closure of Campaign “Corona Ke Sang Jeena” CNI SBSS Initiative for Creating Awareness & Restoring Livelihoods impacted by COVID-19 CNI SBSS along with Diocesan Boards of Social Services successfully completed the one month long awareness campaign- “Corona Ke Sang Jeena”. The campaign’s foremost objective was to disseminate life-saving messages in the community related to preventive […]

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Success Stories

Encouraging a multi-approach for better income- Story of Swati

Encouraging a multi-approach for better income- Story of Swati: Swati Kerketta is a resident of Raitoli, Barkuli in Torpa, Jharkhand. From working as a daily wage labourer, today she is a proud small entrepreneur in her village. Swati comes from a small farmer family, but due to less income they could not invest much to […]

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The Joy of Being Independent-Story of Anjali Das

The Joy of Being Independent-Story of Anjali Das “I never thought I could come out of this cycle of insufficiency and poverty. But today I am happy, at peace and filled with hope for the future…” says Anjali Das, one of our beneficiaries from DBSS Barrackpore. Anjali Das is from Kalmikhali village under Bishnupur-1, Andermanik […]

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Our Publications

Forest Rights Act: Entitlements & Status

CNI SBSS along with DBSS Chotanagpur facilitated a study on FRA in realizing the individual rights and community rights; to engage effectively with the State government for better enforcement of the FRA 2006.

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PRI Election Process Manuals

Trainer’s Manuals to capacitate community members and local leaders on Panchayat Raj Institutions, in Odisha, West Bengal, Haryana, Punjab, and Jharkhand.

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