House Construction:

 Muslims believe that charity starts at home too! Islam teaches us to look after our community and to care for our neighbours.

The Messenger of Allah, (PBUH), said:

"Jibril kept recommending me to treat my neighbour well until I thought that he would tell me to make him one of my heirs"

(Bukhari: 6014).

 

Millions of families in India still don’t have access to decent shelter and sanitation facilities. This means no place for children to study, an unsafe environment for women, and poor basic hygiene. 

Housing

We empower families by helping them build a decent place to live.


We build in undeserved communities. Our houses give children a safe place to study, enable family members to seek gainful employment, and provide a secure environment for women.

 

Shelter is a basic right of man. Yet one in six people still lives in slums. At least one hundred million have no home what so ever. Unending wars and natural disasters are forcing more and more to leave their homes.


Safe, affordable housing is a basic necessity for every family. Without a decent place to live, people cannot be productive members of society, children cannot learn and families cannot thrive. Until the housing crisis is remedied, other social problems will be inadequately addressed. Families will continue to lose the battle against crime, poor education, inadequate nutrition, decaying neighborhoods, insufficient health care and welfare dependency.


The world’s largest democracy, India has seen rapid economic growth and made progress toward achieving most of the Millennium Development Goals. But poverty remains a major challenge though it is declining steadily but slowly.The majority of the housing shortfall is in the rural areas. One in every five rural dwellers lives in katcha homes which are structures made of mud, thatch, grass or other non-lasting natural materials. In urban areas, the poor can be found living under bridges, on pavements, train tracks, highways and canals as well as in crowded slums.


Babu Educational Society [B.E.S] helps to turn expectations into reality by transforming lives through the provision of safe, decent and affordable homes. A decent home opens the door to improved health, greater economic opportunities and increased community cohesion.


We act as a catalyst for such transformations, often achieving great success by working with likeminded partners. The entire communities are also transformed when partners support us by providing power, water and sanitation facilities.B.E.S works in partnership with local, grassroots non-government organizations, and other partners throughout India to provide decent housing.


B.E.S wishes to charge this and tries to lend helping hand Let us help the pavement dweller getting a new life in this scheme. Support this section by joining with us.In areas in need of emergency relief, where houses have either been destroyed or damaged, Babu Educational Society aims to provide basic housing for the needy. Starting from temporary measures such as tents and basic 'shed' houses, the charity aims to help re-house people with added amenities such as running water and drainage.


You can give Zakah, Sadaqah and Lillah for this project.

COUNTRY PRICE
India $ 2000 to $ 15000 per house

For donors who pay the full amount, a plaque of up to 30 characters can be affixed to the house. Donors can provide a name for this if they wish.

To maintain the Transparency, our Society will give the Beneficiaries details such as Indian Adhaar Card, Bank Account copy, Group Photo of Beneficiaries etc... Will be submitted at your end.

We need active and generous support and co-operation from every individual of Ummah Morally, socially and financially. Kindly support by your Sponsorships and by introducing this project to your friends, colleagues and other philanthropists who may be interested in such a noble work.

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