Green House and nutrition support for children in kindergartens, Mongolia

Due to severe climatic conditions, Mongolia has difficulties in cultivating fresh vegetables all around the year. The cultivation period for fresh vegetables that supply vitamins, dietary fibers and micronutrient last only for few months (usually during May to September). BASAID will provide funding for construction of the greenhouse at one of the Magic Mongolia centers … Read more

Apartments repair adapted for children with special needs for sound environment for their education, Vietnam

Village Chance consists of a primary school for disadvantaged children, a kindergarten, special classes for children with mental disabilities and 33 apartments specially designed for wheelchair users. Heavy rainfalls in alternation with heat waves have severely damages the roof tiles causing leaks and water seeping into the ceiling and walls of many classrooms and beneficiaries … Read more

Vocational health training center for health care providers, Laos

This is the continuation of the project started in BASAID will fund the training of qualified medical staff in the province of Attapeu to supporttheir professional certifications as requested by central authorities. The project aims to contribute to the improvement of health services in the province. It aims to support the school to obtain the … Read more

Book café and library for children in ger district, Mongolia

This is BASAID’s first project in Mongolia. Book café and library will be part of the children’s education support and protection center in ger district in Ulaanbaatar. In ger district most of the families have financial difficulties, there is high rate of domestic violence, alcoholism and unemployment. Families have to provide with study materials and … Read more

Home for Young Girl Victims of Violence, India

The Digambarpur Angikar organization operates a home for young girls in the South 24 Parganas district in the West Bengal state. The girls are victims of oppression, domestic violence, rape and human trafficking and the home provides them with room,board and treatment, as well as education in order to earn a living. BASAID will support … Read more

Handbook for Parents, India

BELIEF (Better Education Lifestyle and Environment Foundation) is a not for profit organization started by a few young professionals who passionately want to bring about a change in society by promoting child growth and development. Currently they are working in the field of quality elementary school education through direct intervention and through providing content ( … Read more

Training of Local Sugarcane Farmers in “Forest Garden Approach”, India, Phase II

“Forest Garden Approach” is an initiative inspired by the Africa “Trees for the Future” project adapted to local Indianconditions. Through 4-year training program 1,500 farmers will plant 10,000 trees in 100 villages.The growing of trees will protect and revitalize the land, bring nutrients back to the soil, restore biodiversity, promote sustainable farming practices, prevent flooding,erosion … Read more

Vehicle for Patient Transport, India

The NGO CanSupport runs India’s largest free homebased palliative care programme, out-patient clinics, day care centers and training programmes. CanSupport is a free of charge outpatient Pain & Palliative Care Clinic for underserved patients who are undergoing cancer treatment at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Safdarjung Hospital. It provides a full … Read more

Relocation and Extension of Patient Ward, India

PRASAD Chikitsa Hospital is located in the village of Ganeshpuri, Thane District, Maharashtra State. Treatment in the hospital is free of charge and inclusive of food, transportation and post treatment medicines. Pre-COVID-19, the hospital was able to treat up to 1,000 patients annually, however, with the implementation of social distancing the ward is now limited … Read more

Education of 40 Dalit Families in Sustainable Agriculture, India

The project targets 40 migrant Dalit families who are struggling to survive. They have returned to their native village due to the closure of the companies they worked for prior to COVID 19 and now plan to farm the land donated to them by the government.The project will educate them in sustainable agriculture and organic … Read more