Read how our beneficiary NGOs are using technology

Tribal Health Initiative

posted  Wed, 10/03/2010 - 13:47  

Tribal Health Initiative is a small organisation working with tribal’s in the remote forest area of Sittilingi Valley of Dharmapuri Dist in Tamil Nadu. We run a Base Hospital of 24 beds with secondary care and a Community Health program for about 10,000 tribals. Few years ago we have started programs in organic farming and craft as part of community development.

Read how Jagriti Sewa Sansthan is using Technology

posted  Thu, 20/05/2010 - 16:30  

Products we received from BigTech: Microsoft Office Professional 2007 

What do donation recipients say about BiGTech

posted  Tue, 04/10/2011 - 16:52  
Who: 
The Akshayapatra Foundation
Quote: 
The Bigtech Programme have enhanced our administration and day to day basic activities and this has helped us to become more efficient, and to serve more children. In our quest to reach 5 million children by 2020, we see the role of technology and therefore, Bigtech as being very vital. We hope and pray that Bigtech continues to support us and we can together impact the future of our Indian children positively, No words to praise Bigtech’s support in this regard

ACTION FOR AUTISM

posted  Wed, 10/03/2010 - 13:51   CASE STUDY OF ANCHAL AGARWAL

Aanchal is an individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder and a student of Action for Autism.She is 24 years old. She started learning computer from Action For Autism Computer Training Centre from August 2009. Aanchal does not know about computer applications. But as she started learning computer she is showing interest MSoffice 2007. Firstly we started with MS-Word 2007 and then MS-PowerPoint 2007.

Swayam Shikshan Prayog

posted  Wed, 10/03/2010 - 13:55  

Swayam Shikshan Prayog (SSP), meaning Self Education for Empowerment, is a learning and development organization in Mumbai. SSP translates its mission by providing technical support and access to social and economic opportunities and promoting community driven entities and forging partnerships with institutional actors.  Today, SSP combined operations in ten of the most disaster prone districts in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu and partner with over 5,000 Self Help Groups with 60,000 women members.

Find out more about SSP: http://www.sspindia.org

Naandi Foundation

posted  Tue, 25/05/2010 - 17:13  

Naandi Foundation faced several hurdles such as huge cost of Microsoft Software, complexity and expense in adopting Audio Conferencing Solution and collaborating with field staff. Project management of multi-site programmes was complex due to non-availability of conferencing facility & had to do redundant point to point phone calls for regular updates. 

Save the Children-Bal Raksha Bharat

posted  Tue, 25/05/2010 - 15:55  
Products your organization received from BiGTech: MS office 2007

What did you find as a result of buying this product? 
Discounted pricing

What specific feature did you like most about this product? 
Genuine software

Would you recommend this product? If so, why? 
Yes, genuine product at discounted price. Beneficial for NGO’s like us.

POPULATION FOUNDATION OF INDIA

posted  Wed, 14/04/2010 - 11:04  
Population Foundation of India (PFI) is a voluntary organization and was established in 1970 by a dedicated group of industrialists and population activists led by Bharat Ratna, the late Mr. JRD Tata, who guided it as the founder Chairman until his death in l993. The Foundation has been at the forefront of the Non-Governmental efforts towards a rights based, Gender sensitive approach for Human development.

What do donation recipients say about BiGTech

posted  Tue, 04/10/2011 - 16:56  
Who: 
Hope Foundation
Quote: 
We are grateful to Bigtech for providing original Microsoft applications at a very concessional rate. Being a charity, we firmly believe that each and every donation is valuable and goes to eradicate poverty. Every rupee saved is every rupee earned for the betterment of the poor. Plus, the original applications have increased our work efficiency. As part of the Bigtech initiative, we also lend our helping hand to fight piracy.

Seva Mandir

posted  Wed, 24/02/2010 - 15:16  

Seva Mandir is a voluntary organization, which has been working with rural tribal communities in 626 villages of Udaipur and Rajsamand District for more than four decades now. There are 286 full time staff and we have 6 rural workstations, one urban work station and a head quarter. We have a network of 120 computer systems in our organization.

The use of computer in our organization is listed below -

    * Maintain a database of information and analyzing the data, mapping our growth and              produce documentation.