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Frequently Asked Question

To provide clarity and transparency, BDS has developed a set of frequently asked questions (FAQ) that address common questions and concerns.

BDS’s mission is to promote sustainable development in the Bundelkhand region of India. BDS works towards achieving this mission by implementing various programs and initiatives that focus on areas such as education, health, livelihoods, and environmental sustainability.

BDS is funded through various sources, including government grants, donations from individuals and organizations, and funding from international development agencies.

To become a member of BDS, interested individuals should contact BDS’s membership department for more information about the membership process.

Yes, BDS welcomes volunteers who are passionate about its mission and are willing to contribute their time and skills to its programs and initiatives. Interested individuals can contact BDS’s volunteer department for more information about volunteering opportunities.

BDS regularly monitors and evaluates the impact of its programs using various methods, such as surveys, focus groups, and case studies. BDS uses the information collected to continuously improve its programs and ensure that they are meeting their intended objectives.

Yes, BDS has a comprehensive privacy policy that outlines its commitment to protecting the privacy of its stakeholders, partners, and members. The privacy policy sets out the types of personal information that BDS collects, how that information is used, and the steps BDS takes to safeguard personal information.

Interested individuals and organizations can make a donation to BDS through various channels, including online donations, bank transfers, and checks. BDS provides detailed instructions on its website about how to make a donation.