Synodical Board of Social Services of the Church of North India

Works with the marginalized communities especially Dalits, Adivasi, women and children to facilitate socio-economic transformation

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    New Delhi, Delhi

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The Synodical Board of Social Services (CNI SBSS) serves as the development and justice board for the Church of North India (CNI). Established in resp Read moreonse to the pressing issue of poverty and social justice for the poor and exploited, CNI SBSS is dedicated to working with marginalized communities across the entire scope of CNI's geographic reach. CNI SBSS focuses its efforts on dalits (SC Schedule Caste), adivasis (ST Schedule Tribe), and socially and economically excluded women who have endured centuries of poverty. For these communities, poverty extends beyond mere fiscal constraints to encompass other fundamental aspects of life such as education, health, sanitation, water, asset ownership, and income. This is substantiated by scientific indicators like the Human Development Index and Multidimensional Poverty Index. In alignment with the United Nations General Assembly's 2015 mandate, which outlined 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be achieved by 2030, CNI SBSS structures its programs in accordance with these global objectives. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also referred to as the Global Goals, constitute a universal call to action endorsed by the United Nations. Adopted in 2015, they aim to eradicate poverty, safeguard the environment, and ensure that all individuals experience peace and prosperity by 2030. The 17 SDGs are interconnected, recognizing that actions in one domain influence outcomes in others, and they emphasize the need for development to balance social, economic, and environmental sustainability.


  • Nutrition For Life: The role of good food

    CNI SBSS guarantees that communities have access to fundamental child healthcare, along with antenatal and postnatal education and care. The community nutrition initiatives strive to enhance maternal and child health, aligning with Government schemes such as the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS). Additionally, it assists communities in establishing kitchen gardens to supply nutritious food for families.

  • Economically empowered communities

    CNI SBSS collaborates with members of marginalized communities to recognize their economic challenges and facilitate solutions to livelihood issues through diverse income generation activities and economic empowerment initiatives. At the village level, it engages with all stakeholders—men, women, and youth—to provide support for economic opportunities and assist in establishing secure livelihoods. Its approach encompasses enhancing capabilities, fostering asset building, promoting collectivization, and investing in local small businesses.

  • Clean and sanitised villages

    CNI SBSS primarily focuses on rural sanitation in 100 revenue villages, primarily with Dalit and Tribal communities. The team ensures that these communities have access to safely managed drinking water services within a 500-meter radius of their households. It firmly believes that every household must have access to good toilet facilities.
    We actively facilitate the construction of water infrastructures such as hand-pumps, tube-wells, and water taps, and rigorously test water quality. Through periodic community meetings and awareness campaigns, it educates the residents on good personal hygiene, sanitation practices, water conservation, preservation, and proper menstrual hygiene for women and girls.

  • All children in school

    CNI SBSS strives to engage local communities, parents, children, and educators to ensure the active participation of all children in the education system. The aspiration is to provide every child with the necessary tools to unlock their full potential.
    In pursuit of this goal, it supports government schools in implementing the Right to Education. It works towards ensuring the proper functioning of school management committees and meeting basic school infrastructure needs, including separate toilets, clean drinking water, mid-day meals, repaired boundary walls, and more.

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  • Amy Parinita Mookerji

    Communication and Documentation Coordinator


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  • Headquarters

    CNI Bhawan, 16 Pandit Pant Marg , New Delhi, Delhi, India,, 110001


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