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Towards a Just and Humane Society
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To create a just and sustainable society that upholds the dignity of every person.
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To empower the marginalized through a right-based approach.
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To work towards the promotion of values which benefit people and the planet.
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Education

Through Literacy centers for teenage girls and women, we brought great awareness to the villages. Through preprimary centers we inculcated in the children a desire to go to school.

Education
Healthcare

Chirag came forward to extend help and guidance when the sick was diagnosed with a serious illness that needed further investigation and treatment in bigger Cities and Hospitals.

Medical
Women and Girls

With our interactions and conducted meetings they formed Self Help Groups with a budget, they became the keepers of their own money and began bank transactions for the first time.


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Youth

 We began training the youth to enlighten and awaken the society towards the unjust ways and atrocities, the poor face in their daily life situations. There were many workshops and seminars conducted for the youth to assist them towards critical thinking like Social Analysis, Right Based Approach etc.

Education
Legal Ministry

Adv. Sr. Cynthia Annamma Mathew, a practicing lawyer in the High Court of Patna and District Court of Buxar, Bihar renders her services like legal aid to the needy, Para Legal education to the SHG women and youth.

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Prison Ministry

We began this ministry with literacy and counseling for the inmates. We celebrate different festivals in Buxar Central Jail and we visit the homes of the poor inmates and give free legal aid to them

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Testimonials

Bagmani Devi

From Kamarpur Village, Buxar District

” I am Bagmani Devi from Kamarpur village in Buxar District of Bihar, India. When I got married, I was illiterate but my husband taught me the Hindi alphabet. When the Sisters from Chirag came to my house, I was so embarrassed and shy as I didn’t know how to speak. But they had confidence in me and my husband supporting me, and with great fear, I started teaching the ‘Balwadi’ children. At night I learned what I had to teach the little ones in the morning. The sisters were so encouraging that I began to gain confidence. Slowly I began to be vocal. I helped the women to form the Self-Help Group (SHG), became its leader, and started conducting meetings. It was a big leap in my life. Seeing my performance with women I was given a chance for training in Kurji Hospital. As a result, I became an ‘Asha’ (village health worker) but writing reports and conducting surveys was a big challenge. During Covid-19 times I made a survey of all the migrant workers whether they came from Delhi, Mumbai, Punjab, Hariyana, etc, and reported to the block. I also made a list of those who had no ration cards among the residents and migrants and gave them to the block. It really took time and energy in COVID-19 time to do all that. Today I am happy and proud that I managed it all, not only that I have learned to give injections and take blood pressure. All this became possible because of my Chirag Sisters. “

Susheela Devi and Rohini Raman 

From Buxar, Buxar District

I, Susheela Devi with Rohini Raman a staff of Chirag have helped in distributing forms to migrant labourers and filling them in. I deposited the forms to the Data Operator through Vikas Mitra so that they could get a payment from the government of Rs 1,000 in their accounts. According to government orders I helped fill forms for ration cards for those migrant workers who had no cards and most of them got the ration cards. Those who tested positive for Corona were sent to quarantine centers and I helped to give food and other needed help. I have helped in getting job cards, Ayushman Bharat cards for migrant workers. I have helped with pension payments for those migrants who were not getting the pension. It gives me immense joy that I have been able to help many of our own people in their hour of need although it was very challenging at that time – leaving the children and going to the villages to take surveys and the such. I am able to do all these work because of the encouragements and support I get from Chirag Centre

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