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Areas Of Work

“We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibres connect us with our fellow men. Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much. There is immense power when a group of people with similar interests gets together to work toward the same goals.”


Our Initiatives

“Never underestimate your ability to make someone else’s life better—even if you never know it.”

Since the BABVIP group was formed seven years ago, it has served as a guardian of the public good, calibrating its mission to meet the world's most pressing needs. Babvip designed social welfare program to protect citizens from economic risks and life insecurities. The most common types of programs provide benefits to the elderly or retired, sick or disabled, dependent survivors, mothers, unemployed, injured workers, and families. Over the past years, the BABVIP Group has calibrated its mission to meet India's most pressing needs. Check out the carousel below to access industry-specific stories and initiatives.



In this phase of COVID - 19, underprivileged children face many things. Due to the corona epidemic, many needy children are missing out on their education. Corona had had a huge impact on their studies. Although there are many online platforms, not all of them are affordable for poor people. BABVIP takes the initiative to provide free online courses and e-books for students, especially for underdeveloped and lagging children, engineers, girls in our nation. Where we will focus on increasing their skills and knowledge rather than making it a "RATTU TOTA". We will educate students by targeting them especially online or offline. From college to college or village to village, our mission will be to reach every child in our nation. This platform will not only offer students an alternative to their school but an environment where they can grow like other children.

“At the same time, it will provide jobs for staff and teachers whose livelihoods are at risk.”


 Unfortunately, humans haven't been very good stewards of the Earth over the years. To protect the environment and preserve the planet for our children and future generations, we all need to take proactive steps to adopt cleaner lifestyle habits. BABVIP donates to protect local farmland, educate communities about the importance of farms, and push legislation to support local food. Eating locally grown, seasonal produce can be a better choice for the environment, but also for your health.

Trees not only bring nature to metropolitan areas, but they also help purify the air by absorbing pollutants, providing oxygen, saving water, and growing food. BABVIP can support Trees for Cities by participating in fundraising events or participating in a planting day. If you want to participate in a project, you can find more information here.


BABVIP's mission of the Women's Empowerment Program is to support women through economic, social, and political programs, creating opportunity while addressing inequality, strengthening families and communities. BABVIP's programs reduce poverty and the marginalization of women and their families by providing economic, social, and political opportunities for sustainability and self-determination.


BABVIP Keep children healthy and well-nourished by ensuring supplies and protective equipment reach affected communities, and training health workers to prevent and cure the disease. Urban slum dwellers suffer from adverse health conditions mainly for two reasons – first, lack of education and therefore lack of awareness; and second, the reluctance to lose a day's pay to travel to the nearest medical facility. Health care for the most deprived, which is a crying need, therefore remains unanswered. BABVIP provides proper handwashing and hygiene practices to children who live in slums in remote areas, or in places where water is untreated or polluted. BABVIP also provides a Mid-day meal program. It provides nutritious meals to children who live in slums.