Completed Program

Our Executed Programs

Our NGO has successfully concluded many transformative programmes that have positively impacted numerous individuals and communities. By focusing on key areas such as education, healthcare, and environmental sustainability, we have been able to deliver essential services and resources to those in need. Our efforts have not only empowered individuals but have also created a sense of self-reliance and resilience within the communities we serve. We are grateful for the support of our partners, donors and volunteers, and remain dedicated to our mission of creating lasting change and improving lives.

Dalit Rights Program

At the village level, 287 meetings regarding Dalit
rights were organized in which 3855 members participated.
Discussion on topics such as Dalit rights, linkage to appropriate
government schemes, laws and services, government welfare
schemes, MNREGA, Ration shops, educational institutions,
Anganwadi were done.

Dalit Women Rights Programs

At the village level, 307 meetings regarding Dalit women rights were organized in which 4233 women participated. Here women’s rights, women centric laws, breaking societal malpractices and perceptions like the Ghunghat tradition, child marriage, raising voice against discrimination of single women and girl education were discussed.​


  • Rajasthan State AIDS Control Society (RSACS) is an autonomous society formed by Government of Rajasthan with its members drawn from various departments. The society was constituted under the chairmanship of secretary health in December 1998 to implement National AIDS Control Program more swiftly.
  • Rajasthan State AIDS control society was formed under the Rajasthan society act 1958 on 19.12.1998. National AIDS Control Program is being implemented by AIDS cell formed under the Directorate of Medical and Health Services, Govt. of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
  • The AIDS cell receives all the AIDS funds from the National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India in form of grant aid.


  •  Mr. Kailash Satyarthi, a prominent social reformer and Nobel Peace Laureate, stands out as an exceptional leader and an unwavering advocate for the marginalized and voiceless. In 2014, he was honored with the Nobel Peace Prize for his tireless crusade against the oppression of children and youth, and his unwavering commitment to ensuring every child’s right to education. With Satyarthi Movement for Global Compassion, he exemplifies a life guided by compassion, setting an unmatched standard in the field of social reforms. Through his courageous and persistent advocacy, he has played a pivotal role in shaping ground-breaking legislations worldwide, with the aim of eradicating violence against the powerless. His remarkable efforts have left an indelible mark on the path to a more equitable and just society.
  • Through his organization, Bachpan Bachao Andolan, Mr. Satyarthi has liberated more than 100,000 children from child labor, slavery, trafficking and other forms of exploitation and developed a successful model for their education, rehabilitation and reintegration into mainstream society. The Global March Against Child Labor, which he led, galvanized support in 103 countries resulting in the adoption of ILO Convention 182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labor, which went on to become the only universally ratified convention in the history of the ILO.


  • Bonded labor, otherwise known as debt bondage, is a less known form of modern slavery, despite being practiced widely all over the country as a way to enslave people. A person becomes a bonded laborer when their labor is demanded as a means of repayment for a loan; such person is then tricked into working for very minimal pay.
  • Typically, bonded labor is a specific form of forced labor in which compulsion into servitude is derived from debt. The objective of the Muktidhara project is to rescue and rehabilitate victims of bonded labour. Jai Bheem team with the assistance of local Government authorities conducts rescue operations to rescue people from the fetters of Bondage.
  • During rescue operations Jai Bheem team members support the survivors to pack their belongings to leave the work site forever. Team members encourage the victims to tell the truth in front of Administration at the time of enquiry. After survivors have been declared free by local government officials, they are told that they are no longer bonded, that they have basic rights as Indian citizens and that they can finally go back to their own homes to rebuild their lives in freedom. 

EC-EIDHR Program

Securing the rights of minorities and people affected by caste-based discrimination in four state in India. Jai Bheem Vikas Shikshan Sansthan (JBVSS) in collaboration with ActionAid Association ran an action namely “Securing the rights of minorities and people affected by caste-based discrimination in four states in India”, supported by EC-EIDHR. Under this project we worked for Dalit, Muslim and DNT community all over Rajasthan, having direct access to three districts of Rajasthan with our offices in Ajmer, Ahore and Sindhri. 

Dry Ration Kits Distribution PROGRAM (with IProbono)

  • The lock down in India was a nightmare for those daily wage laborers, street, poor and destitute families. With no means of wages and income,  life was filled with economic difficulties. In such a situation, it became difficult for the family to get food. Daily wage labourers, poor, destitute, old and widowed women suffered financially and socially.
  • In these circumstances, JBVSS and IProbono surveyed such people and arrangements were made to give them ration. Ration was distributed to these daily laborers, destitute, old and widowed women and poor families. Ration distribution has given financial strength to these families. Ration distribution has brought hope in his life where family’s nutrition was not being arranged.

Dalit Adhikar Network

  • The organization follows mechanisms for effective decentralization and participatory decision making processes. The systems of management have been designed meticulously to have a flow of information and its sharing.
    Field activities are coordinated independently by the field coordinators. Each team member operates independently expressing his or her innovations and initiatives. They come together for mutual sharing and learning whenever the need arises.
  • The process of the formation of a state-wide network began on 24th October 2006. Centre for Dalit Rights, a Jaipur based Dalit Right Organization started working on this issue with the help of Action aid.
  • The aim of network is to create a common platform of various individuals and organizations working on Dalit rights. The major focus of Network is to address the issue of dignity and land rights of the Dalit at grass root level and work as a pressure group for pro Dalit policy formation and implementation.

Child Line 1098 Project
(Child India Foundation)

  • Child line Jodhpur 1098, run under Jai Bheem Vikas Shikshan Sansthan is a project initiated by the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India. Child line is a 24-hour free and emergency national phone service. Child line 1098 Jodhpur helps sick, lonely, helpless children or children suffering from some kind of violence, abandoned by families and missing children. It also works to prevent child labor and child marriage. Project period was from May 2013 to October 2023.
  • The Child Line (1098) program has a coordinator, a counselor, six team members, and a volunteer who help in protection of rights of children and ensuring their safety throughout Jodhpur. The Child Line Jodhpur team works in unison in which the cooperation of all the team members is very important.

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