About Nayee Asha
Nayee Asha is a social organization that has been working for the upliftment of the Mahadalit family of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh for the last two decades. The foundation of the institution was laid by Dr. Bhim Singh Bhavesh in 2002. The registration of the institution took place in 2004 under the Societies Registration Act 21,1860 in the month of June.
The organization started with an awareness camp at Jawahar Tola in the Bhojpur district. After this, the distribution of blankets and health camps were organized among the needy by the then-District Magistrate Sanjay Kumar.
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Glimpses of Our Activities
Eradication Of Poverty
Improved Literacy Rate
Improved Socio-Economic Conditions
Campaign To Mainstream Education
Under the campaign of lighting the lamp of door-to-door education in Akhtiyarpur and Chaurai Mahadalit Musahar Tolio of Udwantnagar block by Nai Asha, continuous efforts are being made to connect the children of marginalized families with their nearby schools.
Our organization has distributed the Blankets to the weaker people and old age women person who are not supported by the society members, they need a hand for being supported our organization is donated to the needy peoples for their help in the old age.
Adhaar Card Camp
A special camp has been organized for Aadhaar enrollment and related services. The camp runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. On all working days where Aadhaar registration will be free. Officials said the center could be amended with name, address, date of birth, and photograph.
Our organization has distributed the Blankets to the weaker people and old age women person who are not supported by the society members, they need a hand for being supported our organization is donated to the needy peoples for their help.
According to the survey, even today the education rate of Musahar society is stagnant at only 5%. In many Musahar tolls, where the population is 300 to 400, there is not a single matriculation pass.
Oral hygiene is an important part of our overall health and taking care of our teeth keeps us away from various diseases. It is also important to teach children to take proper care of their oral hygiene and to
Visit Village Chaurai
After working on the development of the sector concerned, Mr. Amrit Lal Meena, Chief Secretary, Rural Development, Bihar, visited the town of Chaurai to see the continuous improvement in the lives of
Prof. Pashupatinath Singh
Prof. Kanhaiya Bahadur Sinha
Mr. Rakesh Kumar
“I am very proud to be a part of Nayee Asha. The message I want to convey to society people that, we all live for our society, and society is the family of all of us, and the responsibility of that family is also ours. But we don’t fulfill our responsibility towards society members. I want everyone to come forward, and help our members who are doing such a great job. Please support us and also promote those who are standing by those helpless, backward communities.”