Ballerina Management Institute Trust, Pune, India

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Ballerina Management Institute Trust, Pune, India
Logo:
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Street address: 1011/19, "Indira", Mitranagar, Deep Bunglow Chowk, Model Colony, Shivajinagar
City: Pune 411016
State or Province: Maharashtra
Country: India
Location:
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Location coordinates: 18° 31' 48" N, 73° 50' 10" E
Executive Director: Mrs. Ratna Satish Joshi
Contact number: 9850957157
Contact email: swapnapurti.swapnapurti.ngo@gmail.com
Website: http://www.bmiindia.net
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bmi counselling
Target: Girls and Women
Organization type: Local NGO (operating at the community level)
Sectors: Single Mothers, Reproductive Health, Poverty Alleviation, Legal Rights, Information Communication Technology (ICT), Immigration/Migration, HIV/AIDS, Health, Female Feticide, Environment, Entrepreneurship, Empowerment, Education, Economic Empowerment, Disabled Women, Violence Against Women
Year founded/registered: 2006
Annual budget: 2,00,000USD
Number of staff: 20

Summary

We are helping to improve the lives of underprivileged children and women.

About

As a Social Venture Philanthropist, Ballerina Management Institute Trust promotes and catalyses universal education among underprivileged children, create the process to embrace these children into mainstream in a sustained manner, facilitate them to emerge as productive assets, and set the foundation for nation building. BMI Trust teaches these children through various interactive projects and workshops on Environment, Biodiversity, solar and wind energy, automobiles, computers, health and hygiene, ecovillages and many more current topics.

Women's empowerment has five components: women's sense of self-worth; their right to have and to determine choices; their right to have access to opportunities and resources; their right to have the power to control their own lives, both within and outside the home; and their ability to influence the direction of social change to create a more just social and economic order, nationally and internationally.

Areas for which sound statistical information is known to be scarce are the effects of environmental degradation on women; causes and effects of migration; adolescent pregnancy and reproductive health; male roles and responsibilities in promoting women's empowerment and reproductive health; and the socio-economic implications of changing gender roles.

The role of equality in education in bringing about equality in all walks of life is well known and discussed in detail in the Basic Education Guidelines.

Violence against women is not the issue of any particular region or group; it is an ugly universal, crossing the frontiers of ideology, social class and ethnic identity. At the individual level, violence disrupts the lives of women, limits their options, undermines their confidence and self-esteem, and impairs their health psychologically as well as psychically.

To empower women by making them financially independent, BMI Trust undertakes program that train and counsel women to become individual entrepreneurs by providing skills development training: BMI Trust has extensively worked in Pune City. Thus in the coming years they will be focusing our efforts in resolving these issues how to cope in the society, like increasing their knowledge of the computer and internet.

Activities

BMI Trust is actively involved in several philanthropic activities especially revolving around women’s and widow’s Empowerment. They are currently organizing an event to raise funds women’s and widow’s Empowerment and to support their needs. (Emotional and Economical) BMI Trust would around train 1,200 women (who are already members of BMI Trust) in bag making, soap and candle making, pickles and preserves, chalk making and bookbinding.

BMI Trust would train 1,200 girls have been trained in cutting, stitching, and embroidery and crochet work at BMI Trust . They regularly give them counselling as and when required. They provide them free legal advice. They also provide them with the basic free medical investigations (These are economically backward, unprivileged, uneducated) They are actively involved in several philanthropic activities especially revolving around children’s education and awareness and women empowerment. They have adopted around 900 rural and tribal children for Educational Awareness Program. Where their dedicated team guides and teaches children to live and not just be educated. Through various interactive projects and workshops on Environment, Biodiversity, solar and wind energy, automobiles, computers, health and hygiene, ecovillages and many more current topics. These programs are conducted by highly qualified professionals and our dedicated team.



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