Society Started Buffalo Project by providing a buffalo each to thirty families with the project vision.
They are a good investment. Suppose a new farmer starts with Buffalo,
he or she gets an average of 9 liter milk one day and can get INR 35 per liter. This way on an average,
the family can earn INR 9450/-monthly.
Eventually, with a sale price of Buffalo-which is typical in North India-he/she can earn more than INR 28000 for each.
They help keep children healthy. Malnutrition kills many children in rural areas of Rajasthan and Punjab.
Although drinking Milk-which is rich in protein and other nutrients-can help fight malnutrition,
many farmers with small flocks find that it's more economical to sell the milk, and use the money to buy nutritious food.
They empower women. Because in Punjab and Rajasthan Buffalos typically stay close to home,
Women who sell milk are likely to reinvest the profits in their families.
The Society established Xavior Printing Press in 1994 at Muktsar in Punjab with the objective to provide technical and
skilled training and employment opportunities to the village youth. This Centre provides training in Desk Top Publishing (DTP)
and it is also used as a resource center for the Village development centers and Skill Development Programmes.
News & Notice
Updated on 08st Sep, 2016
FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF MARY CELEBRATED
Updated on 15 th Aug, 2016
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATED IN JYOTI
Updated on 02nd Nov, 2016
NEW WEBSITE LAUNCHED FOR JYOTI SOCIETY.
Jyoti is the philanthropic social mission of the Little Flower Religious and Charitable Society, Muktsar and Little Flower Charitable Society, Bikaner.
From Little Flower
" On the day of my conversion Charity entered into my heart and with it a yearning to forget self always; thenceforward I was happy."