- About Us
- Youth Development
- Unorganised Workers
- Women Empowerment
Jeeva Jyothi was founded in 1994 with 4 enthusiastic social activists coming together to bring some ethical changes in the lives of the children in difficult circumstances especially children in the streets and working children. Initially, they started working in a village called Kosappur, because while visiting the village there were youth boys already taking free tuition for the children, after talking with them they joined as a volunteer for Jeeva Jyothi.
Jeeva Jothi had conducted Supplementary Education Centres (SECs) in the working areas which are designed to target potential drop-out students
Jeeva Jyothi extends its services in ensuring the children below 6 years to get basic early childhood care and development that ensures them the basic right to survival.
The focus of the project was for Persons with Disabilities (PWD's) to ensure their welfare and development in a twin approach model i.e. Rights and Rehabilitation. CBR believes and adapts the principles of UN Convention for the Rights of People with Disabilities (UNCRPD) and the components of WHO and it advocates for the same principles and mission.
Women's empowerment is the process in which women elaborate and recreate what it is that they can be, do, and accomplish in a circumstance that they previously were denied. women's empowerment means accepting and allowing women who are on the outside of the decision-making process into it.