Children make up a significant portion of our population. They are a nation's future, so it is important that they are well cared for. Unfortunately, in India, only a limited number of children receive adequate care. A huge percentage of them are malnourished, suffer from illnesses, live in filthy surroundings, and do not attend school. To supplement the family's profits, they must work long hours for low pay. Bindura Foundation works with children from infancy to puberty by concentrated approaches on their health and education, as children are the future of society.
Bindu Dubey founded the Bindura Foundation in 2000 as a non-profit organisation. Our goal is to find disadvantaged and vulnerable children, put them in a classroom, and help them for the next 12 years of their education, from elementary school to high school. This will take the kids off the streets, teach them the basic skills they need to develop, and give them a chance to become self-sufficient and responsible members of society. The children will have the requisite cognitive skills and maturity to prepare and strive for a brighter future by the time they graduate from high school. When the time comes, we must collaborate with each child to assist them in growing in the right way.

Helps in digitisation of schools

Via Digitalization of Classrooms, the project aims to inspire the next generation, bring light into the lives of underprivileged children, and bind donors and vulnerable schools. Bindura Foundation Volunteers teach teachers and children how to use interactive infrastructure to improve education quality.

Promotion of schools

The Bindura Foundation is the driving force behind a number of projects for underprivileged girls. The campaign is based on the idea that every child is unique and deserves to play, enjoy themselves, and be encouraged. The initiative seeks to encourage children to see athletics as a career option, to train for tournaments, and to become confident team players. It is carried out in collaboration with government schools, orphanages, and schools for low-income children.

Fighting Malnutrition Issues

Malnutrition is one of the most pressing issues confronting our world today, making our next generation frail and vulnerable. Only by empowering the next generation would India be able to advance. As a result, the Bindura Foundation runs a malnutrition- prevention scheme. The Bindura Foundation fights malnutrition through public awareness campaigns, nutritious diets, and nutritional fortification with MicroNutrient Powder. Volunteers from the Bindura Foundation tour schools and orphanages to educate students, administrators, and parents about malnutrition. The Indian constitution forbids children from working. The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act of 2006 prohibits the hiring of children under the age of 14 in any occupation. Though the epidemic has not yet been entirely eradicated, many people have been caught and prosecuted for using children as laborers.
Government schools have been established to offer free education to the general public. Midday meals are also given free of charge to students in these classes. Some states also give free textbooks and uniforms to pupils, allowing parents to easily provide their children with an education without incurring any costs. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child recognizes the rights of minors. UNICEF and UNESCO are two UN organisations that work to improve the lives of children all over the world. To better the lives of children in India, our government has initiated an Integrated Child Development programme.

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