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About the Organization

Bhawana Sewa Sansthan

Bhawana Sewa Sansthan founded in the year 2004, BSS has been striving towards the holistic development of the disadvantaged communities. The NGO, headquartered in Lucknow, the capital of the most populous state in the country Uttar Pradesh, carries out initiatives aimed at inducing positive changes in the lives of people from vulnerable backgrounds. BSS has been registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 vide registration no. 925/2003-04 granted by the Registrar of Societies, Firms & Chits, Lucknow, U.P. Development projects carried out by BSS mainly in the field of Women and youth welfare, Health & Family welfare, Child development, Education promotion, Skill development and promotion of employment, Environment & Sanitation, Sustainable Agriculture & Horticulture, Vocational Training & Poverty alleviation programmes. The organization is being managed by a dedicated team of social activists and volunteers with a view of facilitating the under privileged section of the society to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate programme designed by their own growth and development.

Thematic areas of the organization

Statement from Chairperson

In more than 16 years since Bhawana Sewa Sansthan was founded, the organisation has extended its reach to 10 Districts, serving xxx Lacks people with a broad range of development through Training/Exposure Visit programmes. This Annual Report will take you through our major interventions under thematic areas Sustainable Livelihoods, Education, Health and Skill Development.

We have been striving to empower the marginalised, deprived and vulnerable sections of the society by co-engaging them in programmes that are in alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). I am delighted to note that BSS continued to co-engage with communities and each stakeholder while responding the widening gap between the rich and the poor. Several co-organisations and well-wishers are an inspiring spirit behind BSS’s working. We take special care to ensure that the federal style of functioning is adopted by the organisation, so that the implementation of development programmes is seamless. Innovative and unconventional approaches adopted by Abhyuday staff to serve the disadvantaged communities are really praiseworthy.

The commendable achievements would not have been possible without the liberal support and cooperation of our donor agencies and departments to whom the organization wishes to express its words of thanks and gratitude. It also appeals for continuance of such support and coordination in future also. Our words of thanks are also goes to the volunteers, field workers, project functionaries, resource persons, well wishers and members of the organization for their relentless commitment and dedication to the programmes and initiatives implemented by the organization.

Miss Shikha Jain


Bhawana Sewa Sansthan


Board Members

Mr. Anil Kumar Singh

Senior Vice President

Mr. Pankaj Narayan Mishra

Vice President

Dr. Prem Chandra

General Secretary

Ms. Noori Bano


Ms. Khushbu Saxena


Mr. Rasheed Ahamad


Mr. Sheo Shankar Singh

Income Expenditure Inspector

Mr. Lal Govind


Mr. Prem Jeevan Singh


Mrs. Madhulika Dwivedi


Success Story

Sustainable Agriculture

Bhawana Sewa Sansthan (BSS) has a number of well-though-out interventions that engage farmers for enhancing agriculture productivity. Most of these initiatives are concentrated in Shahjahanpur, Hardoi, Lucknow, Gonda, Balrampur, Shravasti, Devaria. The organisation encourages farmers to adopt modern and scientific agrarian practices that make agriculture a profitable and sustainable venture. It has also been making serious efforts to make farmers shift from traditional farming to organic farming. In this process, it has created several farmer groups that have shunned the use of chemicals in farming, especially in the cultivation of vegetables.

The organisation undertakes programmes in collaboration with Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA) and National Bank For Agriculture & Rural Development (NABARD) to promote sustainable agriculture in parts of Uttar Pradesh.


Recent Activties

Skill Development

Interventions in association with NABARD

Interventions in association with ATMA

More than 50+ activties done successfully