Mission and Objectives

Vision

Buniyaad India aims at a paradigm shift in how development is perceived and carried out. It believes that people must take responsibility for their lives by enhancing the potential of human capital. It follows a participatory approach to development whereby people shape their own destiny.

 

Mission

The primary mission of Buniyaad India  is to become a leading development agency which harnesses the potential of people by empowering them through access to relevant knowledge, information and skills.

Buniyaad India is based on the belief that development requires an integrated approach where all interrelated issues are addressed in a holistic manner to make significant impact. But Buniyaad India has decided to tackle development challenges in a phased manner. Phase One (2014-2019): Improving the quality of education In this phase Buniyaad India will identify gifted students to award a few scholarships. It will also recognize institutional excellence by adopting objective quality assurance measures. In this phase Buniyaad India will gather relevant information on educational institutions, admission procedures, availability of scholarships and other useful information for students aspiring for higher education. Over a period of time, say five years, Buniyaad India may provide tutorial services for competitive exams. Selected sports activities may also be introduced to raise awareness of physical fitness. Phase Two: (2019-2024) Health, Nutrition and SanitationIt is a matter of common knowledge that Uttar Pradesh has one of the highest maternal and infant mortality rates. The reasons are many but the main reasons are inadequate and poor health services, widespread malnutrition and lack of sanitation facilities. Buniyaad India will undertake activities to address these challenges in the second phase of its operation.Phase Three (2024-2029): Social Development IssuesInclusive development is not possible without tackling age old practices of dowry and child marriages still common in both rural and urban areas. Buniyaad India will launch educational campaigns to tackle these social evils. Preservation of our cultural heritage will also be an important activity in this phase. Because of rapid modernization, urbanization and proliferation of mass communication our younger generation is not fully aware of our rich cultural heritage. Buniyaad India will develop a rural museum to preserve our cultural heritage.
 

Objectives

The main objectives of Buniyaad India are:

  • To create awareness of the value of quality education and serve as a catalyst for promoting it
  • To inculcate positive values such as honesty, integrity, compassion and respect for diversity and gender equity
  • To promote scientific temper and analytical skills and to induce change in attitude and behaviour
  • To raise awareness of basic issues in health, nutrition and sanitation problems
  • To impart knowledge of open, transparent and accountable governance
  • To counter social problems such as dowry and child marriages
  • To preserve cultural heritage

Activities

Buniyaad India is based on the belief that development requires an integrated approach where all interrelated issues are addressed in a holistic manner to make significant impact. But Buniyaad India  has decided to tackle development challenges in a phased manner.

Phase One (2014-2019): Improving the quality of education

In this phase Buniyaad India  will identify gifted students to award a few scholarships. It will also recognize institutional excellence by adopting  objective quality assurance measures. In this phase Buniyaad India  will gather relevant information on educational institutions, admission procedures, availability of scholarships and other useful information for students aspiring for higher education. Over a period of time, say five years, Buniyaad India  may provide tutorial services for competitive exams. Selected sports activities may also be introduced to raise awareness of physical fitness.

Phase Two: (2019-2024) Health, Nutrition and Sanitation

It is a matter of common knowledge that Uttar Pradesh has one of the highest maternal and infant mortality rates. The reasons are many but the main reasons are inadequate and poor health services, widespread malnutrition and lack of sanitation facilities. Buniyaad India  will undertake activities to address these challenges in the second phase of its operation.

Phase Three (2024-2029): Social Development Issues

Inclusive development is not possible without tackling age old practices of dowry and child marriages still common in both rural and urban areas. Buniyaad India will launch educational campaigns to tackle these social evils. Preservation of our cultural heritage will also be an important activity in this phase. Because of rapid modernization, urbanization and proliferation of mass communication our younger generation is not fully aware of our rich cultural heritage. Buniyaad India will develop a rural museum to preserve our cultural heritage.