Bhoomika Vihar is a pioneer organization for advocating the marriage registration at Panchayat level for preventing Fake/Forced and early marriage. At present more than 5 Panchayats of targeted geography has started registration at the local level.
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Awards and Recognitions


First time ever in Bihar state ‘Call Attention Questions’ on Human Trafficking were raised in the legislative assembly as a result of which Social Rehabilitation was included with higher priority in the Rehabilitation Policy of Bihar State which is part of the state action plan programme ‘Astitwa’.

The Director of SSB (Special wing of Indian Border Security Force posted at India-Nepal Border) recognized and honoured the efforts of Bhoomika Vihar in curbing human trafficking through the international border districts of Bihar State

Data from the first research report of ‘Bhoomika Vihar’ titled ‘Bojh’ (The Burden) has been referred at several high level meetings by the State Department, White House and in the US Congress as Learning Material

Letters issued from Civil Surgeons of Katihar and Saran District for Covid-19 Vaccination Support.

Bhoomika Vihar conducted a special training for Special Juvenile Police Unit (SJPU), Katihar on the instruction issued by IG-CID, Patna.

Data of Bhoomika Vihar study report “Bojh The Buden” was high-lighted and referred to the study report of UNICEF, Bihar and Government of Bihar- “SANKALP The commitment ”.

In the Annual Report published by Health Department,Govt. of Bihar, Comic Worship and intervention with youths and children on Equality, highlighted.

Bhoomika Durga Jattha Girls awarded from DISTRICT LEGAL SERVICES AUTHORITY (DALSA).

Bhoomika Vihar Ist Generational Graduates Girls were awarded by District Magistrate, Katihar, Shree Mithlesh Mishra; and Superintendent of Police, Shree Sidharth Mohan.

Director of Bhoomika Vihar honoured under IVLP - International Visitor Leadership Program,entitled “The Fight Against Gender Based Violence” US Government most prestigious professional exchange program for International Opinion leaders.

Director, Bhoomika Vihar, was recognized by Hon. Deputy Chief Minister, Bihar, Shri Tarkishore Prasad, handing an award for her immense work from Zee Bihar- Jharkand, a National Electronic Media.

Bhoomika Vihar, was represented as member in the state supervisory board, constituted under PC & PNDT Act-1994.

Stories of struggle and reconstruction of the lives of the girls who faced multiple vulnerabilities is captured in the documentary film ‘I Exist’, released by the Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar.

Director, Bhoomika Vihar receives full sponsorship by CIDA, to complete a Certificate course from John Abbot College, Montreal, Canada focused on International Human Rights Standards and Mechanisms with special focus on women and girls across the world.

Director, Bhoomika Vihar receives fellowship to attend a course on Gender, Democracy and Decentralization from Hague Academy for Local Governance, Netherlands

BBC News had done especial coverage through Radio, Documentary and Print Media on Bhoomika Vihar initiatives to check fake/- forced/ early marriage and violence against girls/women.

The Hindu made National Level Feature story on Preventive/ Curative/ Advocacy level intervention of Bhoomika Vihar to stop fake/forced and early marriages, entitled Betrayed by their own blood, dated 22 April 2017.

One Pager Feature Story by Prabhat Khabar on Bhoomika Vihar interventions to stop female feticide and violence against girls and women, dated 2 Feb 2012.

Bhoomika Vihar was involved while compilation of Ist Reference Material on PC&PNDT Act 1994, published by State Health Society, Govt. of Bihar

Bhoomika Vihar was involved in developing Model Panchayat, CPC Roll out under ICPS for child Protection, and CPC guideline, supported by UNICEF, Bihar and Department of Social Welfare

US Consulate Kolkata stands in Support to the USP of Bhoomika Vihar through their social media, entitled “On the Road to Empowerment.”

Bhoomika Vihar brought out an extensive study report on Impacts of COVID 19 on Lives of Women/Girls with respondents spread in 15 districts of Bihar State. Excerpts from this report were nationally published in leading news papers of five states.

Bhoomika Vihar’s project ‘Let Girls Be Born’ declared as the regional winner by Plan International in the category of the most successful advocacy campaign.

Director of Bhoomika Vihar, Miss Shilpi Singh was special invitee in Canadian Embassyon on 22 Feb 2018, from Bihar by High Commission of Canada during the visit of Canadian Prime Minister Mr. Justin Trudeau.

Bhoomika Vihar was accorded as finalist under ‘Stop Slavery Hero Award’ by Thomson Reuters Foundation, London.

UNODC, Goverment of India has appreciated ‘Girls Led Move-ment’ of Bhoomika Vihar as one of the best practices in their compendium published in 2008.

Bhoomika Vihar was the sole representative organization from Bihar State in the statutory body constituted by Ministry of Women and Child Development Government of India to stop Female Foeticide and effective implementation of PC&PNDT Act.

Bhoomika Vihar intervention on “Child labor and Rehabilitation” was referred to the Annual report of Bihar State Child Labor Commission.