St. Paul Deanery: Mano Milan Adivasi Yuva Samelan

Walvanda (Jawhar) 16th Oct. 2017: St. Paul Deanery under the guidance of the Youth Read More»

Diwali Celebration for the Neighbourhood Children

Diwali Celebration for the Neighbourhood Children Walvanda (Jawhar) 16th Oct. 2017: Bosco Samajik Vikas Read More»

Construction of New Check Dams, Repairing of Check Dams, Deepening of Wells in Jawhar and Mokhada by BSVS

Bosco Samajik Vikas Sanstha in collaboration with IIFL commenced the construction of 7 New Read More»

Walvanda: Check dam construction under Village & BSVS Partnership

Walwanda: Bosco Samajik Vikas Sanstha (BSVS) opened a new chapter in Jawhar and Mokhada Read More»


Wednesday, April 1, 2015 WALVANDA -VILLAGE EXPERIENCE FOR DON BOSCO BROTHERS by Mr. Prakash Read More»


Tailoring Classes for SHG Tribal Women


BSVS introduced Tailoring classes for the tribal women under Poverty alleviation and Livelihood project in Jawhar and Mokhada Talukas. More than 100 women enrolled for this programme from various villages of these Talukas. Tailoring machines were purchased and placed in

BSVS Walvanda organized Dossa Making – Livelihood training for the Tribal Women


Walvanda: Bosco Samajik Vikas Sanstha (BSVS) has organized skill training programme on Dossa making for the tribal women of Jawhar and Mokhada Talukas on March 10, 2015. This training was part of the series of trainings organized by the organization

Book Release-‘Desert to Oases’

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The Marathi version of ‘Desert to Oases’ a book based on the 24 years work of Br. Alex Gonsalves Sdb in Bosco Gramin Vikas Kendra, Ahmednagar was released on February 8, 2015 in Don Talab, Nandkal. More than 600 people


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HEALTH AWARENESS CAMPS FOR WOMEN & GIRLS Health check up camps, Health Awareness camps, Nutrition & Hygienic camps for women and Girls, Dai training programmes     MEDICAL CHECK UP CAMPS – COLLABORATION WITH GOVERNMENT    



Rural Immersion Journey is a program for corporate professionals to meet and discover rural India. We seek to do this by creating platforms of exchange between the rural and urban communities through a series of facilitated living experiences, simulation games, interaction



BSVS set up Don Bosco Technical Institute (DBTI) in October 2010 to cater to school dropout youth from poor households. DBTI presently conducts short-term non-formal technical training courses in the institute, which is spread over four  to six months, divided