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Eroding means of livelihood and hardships involved in securing food have risen phenomenally in the recent past. CNI SBSS strongly believes that the solution to these problems lies in developing and creating assets and building skills of people to effectively use these assets. CNI SBSS develops people-centered alternative livelihood options for communities. These options are developed together with communities based on their local realities, strengths and assets. For example, Lac Cultivation and marketing institutions are promoted in Jharkhand. Skill building workshops are conducted to impart knowledge on sustainable agriculture, organic farming and alternative occupation. Such skill building is followed up with provision for initial finance and support to develop their business organization.
CNI SBSS also focuses on effective implementation of following Social Security Schemes of government of India: MGNREGA, Penion Schemes, Housing Schemes and Food Security Schemes. This intervention focuses on helping community to understand these schemes and assisting them in completing formalities for accessing the benefits.
As a result of all the above mentioned interventions, CNI SBSS expects an increase of 50% in the annual income of 1300 Dalits and Tribal households by 2019.
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]