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The Church’s concern for development is an amalgam of both social and theological attributes. The development we are concerned with is centered on the creative and redemptive purpose of God for all human kind where people can live in peace and righteousness with each other and with all creation.
The Church- Mission Engagement (CME) is the energizing force to integrate the mission agenda of the Church and the rights based approach to be in solidarity with the poor. CME aims to prepare the Church/ Local congregation to take forward this mission by effectively integrating itself with the plight of the powerless, and restore their human dignity. It further envisages that congregations will develop and implement programs of their own to address human development and empowerment needs of Dalit, Tribal, women and children.
Trainer’s Manuals to capacitate community members and local leaders on Panchayat Raj Institutions, in Odisha, West Bengal, Haryana, Punjab, and Jharkhand.[Read more]
Training program to capacitate the marginalized communities on Fundamental rights, Role of State and Constitution in the simplest way.[Read more]
With the new interventions in the project areas, CNI SBSS has initiated new programs and activities in accordance to the need of the community.[Read more]
To orient the staff on the new focus areas and capacitate them, CNI SBSS conducted a workshop on Education and WASH for all the DBSS staff from 19th to 22nd July 2016 at Gopalpur, Odisha.[Read more]
Conflict Transformation from 27th – 29th January 2016 held at Gopalpur, Orissa[Read more]
They would get their daughters treated every now and then, but they were only growing weaker, because of which the girls were not able to go to school regularly.[Read more]
Kinder could not see her children suffering because of this. She was finding it difficult to even feed her children, left alone sending them to school.[Read more]
“If children are denied education and their rightful freedom, there is little point in priding ourselves…”[Read more]