Our Aims and Mission
Striving towards and actively assisting in the financial stability, educational fulfillment, physical wellbeing and cultural enrichment of the rural communities in Haryana.
Our major project is the Gilly Mundy Memorial Community School. Click here to find out more.
BKIT aims to set up a series of arts projects in order to develop young people’s creative and communicative skills, especially focusing on the environment they live in. One of our original ideas was to provide children with camera equipment and a photography tutor in order to identify and cultivate local talent. Eventually, the children’s work would be exhibited locally, nationally, and internationally.
To find out more, visit our Arts Projects page.
One of the main health issues in Buwan Kothi – like in many other villages in India – is the quality of drinking water.
Due to the old drinking-water pipes leaking and running close to the sewage pipes, the water is often contaminated. As a result, there have been many cases of yellow fever and typhoid, as well as cancer.
The best solution would be to install a filtering system to clean the water from the canal running through the village, which could be partially funded by a government grant as well as money raised by BKIT. This would go hand-in-hand with an education project aimed at teaching both children and adults about health issues including healthy food, safe drinking water, and hygiene. This would also help to tackle the ever-increasing number of cases of diabetes and other lifestyle-related diseases.