Stay abreast with projects & initiatives taken up by the B.CLIP Leaders in and around the city. These leaders are dedicated to bringing about civic growth and innovations for a better Bengaluru.
Bengaluru, August 1st 2016 : The B.PAC Civic Hub in Sanjaynagar run by Mrs. Geetha and Mr. Subaiah T.S is always abuzz with activity, with a multi-pronged approach to dealing with civic issues being implemented at all times.
Bengaluru, July 16th 2016: Jayalakshmi, a member of the B.CLIP program, has helped more than 12,000 people avail the benefits of Yeshaswini scheme, which aims at providing cost effective quality health care for the poor. She also works extensively towards ensuring better quality of living for the poor in the city through the promotion of various other schemes.
Bengaluru, August 31, 2016: Bangalore Political Action Committee (B.PAC) in association with Youth for Seva(YFS) and Unnathi Women Welfare Association organised a workshop teaching participants to make eco-friendly Ganesha Idols. The workshop, which saw the participation of more than 80 women and youths from the city, taught the participants to make eco friendly Ganesha idols for the festival.
Bengaluru, August 22, 2016: War On Dengue is a social project report done in Ward 119 (Dharmaraya temple ward) of Chickpet assembly.The campaign was spearheaded by Dr Satish Shendre, a member of the B.CLIP initiative, which began when there was a sudden increase of dengue cases in the area. There were more than 40 people with dengue symptoms, like fever, joint pains and general weakness. When the blood tests were done, the report showed decreased platelet counts and zero positives for the dengue virus.
Bengaluru, 9th July: Led by Ms Kavitha Reddy, a civic leader and member of the B.CLIP initiative, the residents of Sector 1, HSR Layout performed a "Pothole Pooje" on the 9th of July. It was done to highlight the number of potholes on the roads, and also to draw the attention of the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) towards civic apathy. The residents, who tried to get the BBMP interested in many ways, finally resorted to this act.
Late one night in July, a couple had just alighted from a flight from Hong Kong and were in the city before they would head home to Anantapur in Andhra Pradesh. They'd planned on hailing a bus from the city and had to cross the busy Kempapura-Hebbal junction in order to get to the bust stop. The man, luggage in tow, was a few feet ahead and on turning back received the shock of his life when he saw his wife lying still in the middle of the road.