Our organization has been conducting sensitization programs that include personal development giving and delivering legal literacy classes to raise the blind and partially sighted people awareness’s of law, human rights, and politics. Thus, (BPS) blind and partially sighted people can become more aware of their basic rights and available social protections. Ideally, discrimination against BPS People would be reduced. Different districts are selected considering the prevalence of the BPS people in the concerned area. Rural blind and partially sighted peoples who are deprived of personal development education and employment are the major targets of this program. The main goal of this program is to encourage BPS people to come out from their home to the community and participate equally in social activities. The collaborative group effort is necessary to combat the prevailing problems in the society and to fight for human rights of BPS people.
Confidence building, assertiveness training, presentation Skills, healthy living, life style training, vegetarian cooking, stress management and yoga and meditation
Various types of training help to enhance the capability of any individual. BPS PEOPLE provides different types of training related to capacity building such as organizational development training, leadership training, gender facilitation training which all enable BPS people to speak for their own rights. Our organization also sends the participants to other organizations to take part in a series of training. Such types of training empower BPS people with their meaningful transitions in society and their abilities to make personal decisions. Therefore, they can make their own plans and actions to obtain women’s rights.
Our organization provides scholarships to marginalized female students.To successfully launch the educational activities. NSBP has been able to provide monthly scholarships to the marginalized female students whose tuition fees are not covered and funded by governments. NSBP is running women hostels where more than 30 college students and adult women have already enjoyed the facilities. Furthermore, organization does collaboration and coordination to provide additional scholarships to blind girls and boys in need of money especially for their higher education.
Our organization performs advocacies for the equal rights of BVI girls and women and women with disabilities (WWDs) in every aspect of their lives. To ensure their rights, NSBP always raises voice for promoting rights such as property rights, reproductive rights, and employment rights, reducing discriminations and all kinds of violence against People with disabilities. To achieve this, we have been working attentively and collaboratively to modify and improve the discriminatory policies, laws, and legislation. We also provide assistance and legal and moral support to people with disabilities.