Read how our beneficiary NGOs are using technology

ACTION FOR AUTISM

posted  बुध, 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.

Tribal Health Initiative

posted  बुध, 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.

Akshaya Rehabilitation Trust

posted  बुध, 10/03/2010 - 13:41   In the BiGTech software, we plan to create complete database file to store all the disabilities data and students volunteer data in the southern districts of Tamil Nadu state.

Kindly see our organisation activities Photo Clippings in the below link
http://picasaweb.google.co.in/kathiresan.madurai/PhotoClippingsOfAKSHAYARehabilitationTrustINDIA?feat=directlink

QuickHeal Antivirus to the rescue

posted  मंगल, 26/04/2011 - 11:58  
Who: 
Institute for Integrated Rural Development (IIRD)
Quote: 
"It was a great boon for us to get the QuickHeal which is now installed in all our computers and makes our work much easier." Joy Daniel
quickheal

Thanks to BigTech, we were able to get the Quickheal antivirus in our office. Before this, we were using free antivirus software that we had downloaded. There were difficulties with updating the software and somehow viruses were still able to get through despite the Antivirus software. This resulted in lots of time and efforts being wasted due to data loss or inability to perform some critical information services - printing or sending emails for instance. As a non-profit social development organization, we could not afford the high costs of commercial Antivirus Software that has the qualities comparable with QuickHeal. Most of our resources are focused to improve the living conditions of the rural small farmers in one of the most backward regions of India - the Marathwada region. Our work encompasses care for the elderly destitute, vocational training of the unemployed youth, and promotion of organic farming. It was a great boon for us to get the QuickHeal which is now installed in all our computers and makes our work much easier. BigTech and QuickHeal has made our lives a lot easier and we now focus on what matters most for the small farmers.

- Joy Daniel, Institute for Integrated Rural Development 

Swayam Shikshan Prayog

posted  बुध, 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

Read how Jagriti Sewa Sansthan is using Technology

posted  गुरु, 20/05/2010 - 16:30  

Products we received from BigTech: Microsoft Office Professional 2007 

Operation ASHA

posted  गुरु, 27/05/2010 - 12:25  
Products your organization received from BiGTech:
31 orders of Office Professional Plus 2007 (Includes Software Assurance)
1 order of Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition 32-Bit/x64 (Includes Software Assurance)
20 orders of Windows 7 Enterprise Upgrade 64-Bit (Includes Software Assurance) (English)
 
What did you find as a result of buying this product?
These products helped us in making the work more effective.

HOPE Foundation

posted  मंगल, 15/06/2010 - 16:11  
Our mission is to provide sustainable, capacity-building health and education programs, through staff and volunteers, which empower children and other vulnerable individuals. HOPE foundation was established as a charitable society in 1991. We have many partners and friends around the country, and we are operating in 13 cities in India, with over 60 programs in a variety of areas of helping the poor.

Pawansut Servangin Vikas Kendra

posted  सोम, 24/05/2010 - 16:39  

Products your organization received from BiGTech: quick heal

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

What specific feature did you like most about this product?
Protect my pc from virus and malware

What would be three other benefits about this product? 
Scan, protect and remove all virus and malware

Would you recommend this product? If so, why?
Yes, it is a good antivirus product.

Smile Foundation

posted  मंगल, 25/05/2010 - 17:02   As a Social Venture Philanthropist, Smile Foundation promotes and catalyses universal education among underprivileged children.