NGO Name: BHUPATI DEVELOPMENT TRUST
Address: National Office: H-350, PLOT NO-34, G/F KH NO-55/10, RAJ NAGAR II, PALAM COLONY, NEW DELHI-110077
State Administrative Address: Vill-Dahatmul,PO-Lodhasuli,PS-Jhargram,Dist-Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal-721507
Dial: +91 9002489776 +91 9903464522
NGO detail: In 2010 Bhupati Development Trust was created in order to sustainable development in rural areas of all over India
Bhupati Development Trust is a registered non-governmental, secular and non-profit social welfare organization working to provide quality education to the underprivileged children of India.It is established by under section 20 Indian Trust Act 1882 ,Govt.of India.It is registered with Planning Commission, Govt.of India .Bhupati Development Trust is ISO 9001:2008 certified organization.
BDT is dedicated to empower the people in the villages through social, economical and children’s educational development for creating a sustainable village atmosphere. BDT initially started the activities working in a primary school and distance learning center and has continued to grow and educate the local community.
BDT aims at Rural Welfare Reforms for the Indian Woman and Girl Child, Social welfare and Health Welfare. We assist women by forming self-help groups, leadership training, income generation programme, immunization and family planning advice, and mother and child nutrition program mes.
Bhupati Development Trust strives to build networks among nations that enable this kind of solidarity by-
Mobilizing for education: so that every child, boy or girl, has access to quality education as a fundamental human right and as a prerequisite for human development.
Building intercultural understanding: through protection of heritage and support for cultural diversity. Bhupati Development Trust created the idea of national Heritage to protect sites of outstanding universal value.
Pursuing scientific cooperation: such as early warning systems for tsunamis or trans-boundary water management agreements, to strengthen ties between nations and societies.
Protecting freedom of expression: an essential condition for democracy, development and human dignity.
Today, Bhupati Development Trust message has never been more important. We must create holistic policies that are capable of addressing the culture, education,health and economic dimensions of sustainable development. This new thinking on sustainable development reaffirms the founding principles of the Organization and enhances its role:
In a globalized world with interconnected societies, intercultural dialogue is vital if we are to live together while acknowledging our diversity.
In an uncertain world, the future of nations depends not only on their economic capital or natural resources, but on their collective ability to understand and anticipate changes in the environment – through education, scientific research and the sharing of knowledge.
In an unstable world – marked by fledgling democratic movements, the emergence of new economic powers and societies weakened by multiple stress factors – the educational, scientific and cultural fabric of societies – along with respect for fundamental rights – guarantees their resilience and stability.
In a connected world – with the emergence of the creative economy and knowledge societies, along with the dominance of the Internet, the full participation of everyone in the new global public space is a prerequisite for peace and development.