INDEX. THE FOUNDATION IT’S BIRTH VISION AND MISSION OBJECTIVES OF FOUNDATION OUR FIRST PROGRAM TOTAL PROGRAMS UNDER IVF UMBRELLA CRECHE PROJECT – 1994 WEAVING BEHIND BARS – 1995 CHILDREN OF VULNERABLE FAMILIES – 1996 SEHAT TO LIFE SKILLS –2000 SAFER INDIA – 2008 INDIA POLICE – 2008
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India Vision Foundation was conceived as a result of the Ramon Magsaysay Award (equivalent to Asian Nobel prize), received for forging 'positive relationships' between people and the police through creative leadership.
WEAVING BEHIND BARS (1994)
BHONDSI PRISON, HARYANA (2012)
Profile of Inmates
India Vision Foundation hopes to bring to the Bhondsi prison some of the good practices currently observed in Tihar Prisons. The inmates at the Bhondsi prisons mostly belong to rural backgrounds and (barring a few) they all are illiterate.This prison setup promises us hope and immense scope of good work that can be introduced and sustained with the female inmates and their children.
As an NGO we have been working to protect the following rights of the prisoners, including:
1. Right to physical and moral dignity.
2. Right to an adequate Standard of Living.
3. Health rights of prisoners and their children.
4. Making the prison environment congenial for correctional intervention.
We wish to bring to the Bhondsi prison some of the good practices currently observed in Tihar Prisons. The inmates at the Bhondsi prisons mostly belong to rural backgrounds and (barring a few) they all are illiterate. A 47 day Jute Craft training workshop at the female prison of Bhondsi Jail, powered and sponsored by Aegis Happy World initiative was concluded on 21st September, with 24 females inmates receiving certification for their participation. We are currently encouraging this skill by enabling the female inmates to build an inventory of jute products for sale to corporates and individuals, thus awarding them a monthly stipend.
Possible areas of Vocational and skill building:
We would ensure
RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (2001) A joint venture withNAVJYOTI INDIA FOUNDATION (our sister organization)
Education of Prisoners Children Project/Children of Vulnerable Families
PS: Cost towards the education of each child varies from school to school, for it is dependent on variables such as (Family conditions, IQ level, health & others)
Savings, if any, from such support rests with the corpus to sustain and expand IVF programs.
All accounts of the organisation are annually audited and reports submitted to the concerned official agencies. Any donor can seek information concerning his/support at any time, even un-announced.
Mode of payment school to school, for it is dependent on variables such as (Family conditions, IQ level, health & others)
a) Wire the amount to the following authorised FCRA Bank Account
India Vision Foundation
Bank name: HSBC LTD.
Address: 25 Barakhambha Road New Delhi -110001
A /C no: 051-851624-001
Swift Code: HSBCINBB
IFSC Code: HSBC 0110002
b) Issue cheque in favour of “India Vision Foundation” and
India Vision Foundation,
56, Uday Park, New Delhi - 110049
For school to school, for it is dependent on variables such as (Family conditions, IQ level, health & others)anyinformation, please contact the undersigned:
Monica Dhawan, Organizing Secretary E-mail: [email protected],
Mobile: +91 99580 09520 Phone: +91 011 47100 704, Website: www.indiavisionfoundation.org