Rampurhat Spastics and Handicapped Society were established on 1995. It was initiated by Mr. Nurul Islam from the feeling of a father of a child with severely mentally challenged and a child specialist as well as social worker Dr. Monoranjan Sarkar being inspired by IICP, with the help of some parents and some well meaning people of our locality formed this Organization. It was started with the aim of providing physical management, basic education, treatment and rehabilitation to the children with special needs. At the initial stage we used to provide OPD and Home visit services one day in a week. Special school and vocational Unit were inaugurated on 26th July, 1999. At the same time a Residential care center was started on the experimental basis with four beneficiaries. From the beginning we depended on public donation. National Trust sponsored our Residential Home for 20 beneficiaries from 16th April, 2002 to 31st March, 2005 under Reach & Relief scheme. Then it is again sanctioned from 1st April, 2005 for nine years under the scheme “SAMARTH”. Now we started “GHARAUNDA” scheme under National Trust from 1st April,2016.
Sabuj Sangha is a registered non-governmental organization(NGO) working in West Bengal, India. Established in the year 1978?, Sabuj Sangha works in the area of Children, Education & Literacy, Vocational Training, Women’s Development & Empowerment, Youth Affairs, etc. The organization works towards
The NGO has been running successfully and smoothly the following projects- Integrated Rehabilitation Centre for Addicts, Integrated Programme for Older Persons, Hostel for Working Women and Shelter for Urban Homeless
In the winter of 1971, Vijayan and Premila literally opened the doors of their home in Calcutta to anyone who needed help or just a sympathetic ear. They placed a simple advertisement in the newspaper – “Dial 442842. Someone to talk to” – which changed their lives forever. The next day 60 people from various strata of society turned up at their little cottage on the grounds of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Everyone was warmly welcomed with a cup of tea and each one received an empathetic listening.
Began in 1971 with a group of university teachers and researchers under the stewardship of noted educationist, Late Dr. Arun Ghosh, a National Awardee on Child Welfare in 2001. He set up IPER to provide the young people of our country with facilities for research in psychology and education and provide them with necessary guidance for the same.
What we are
Institute of Psychological & Educational Research (IPER), is an outcome of the untiring efforts of its workers and unstinting help of its patrons and well wishers. IPER is a voluntary and non-profiting organisation and is recognised by both Central and State Government. Working for 46 years with the underprivileged communities in the city of Kolkata and around.
A blossoming older populace searching for senior living foundations has prompted the mushrooming of Old Age Homes (OAHs) in West Bengal. The current investigation is an endeavor to discover the development and improvement of Old Age Homes in state West Bengal.
Customarily, older individuals in India have lived inside a multi generational family. This course of action has taken into account their monetary, physical and passionate help by and large. In any case, it is clear that this circumstance is experiencing an extreme change, as an ever increasing number of individuals are making due past the age at which they would perform or be remunerated in significant social jobs as laborer, parent of a reliant kid, or mate. The weakness of more seasoned individuals has along these lines been increased as a reaction of social change
Elmhirst Insitute of Community Studies ( EICS ) was aptly named after an Englishman, an agricultural graduate of Cornel University, Leonard K Elmhirst who came to Santiniketan in 1921 at the invitation of Rabindranath Tagore to work for the materialization of his ideas on Rural Reconstruction. Keeping the ideas and views of Tagore and Elmhirst, Prof Nabakumar Mukherjee an Agricultural Economist and a senior faculty of Sriniketan took an initiative to create a community centre to work for the village folk in a simplest possible way- the way Tagore and Elmhirst had done. Prof. Mukherjee’s dream was turned up and EICS came into being in 1983, the principal objective of which is to engage itself in social welfare and developmental work through various projects with special emphasis on the problems of women and children in rural areas.
Chiranabin means ‘evergreen’. It is a welfare concern for social security of suffering humanity and community development. During the political instability and social doldrums a group of youth motivated for the uplift of social, economic and cultural education & rural development sphere in remote village Parbakshi situated at the bank of Rupnarayana in the western part of Howrah district established this Organization on 1968 founded by Sri Sukumar Sau. The Organization has been working at the grass-root level by gearing up social economic condition of the vulnerable people and this advantage people since 1972
Prabuddha Bharati Shishutirtha is a non-governmental organization established in 1973. The registration number of the organization is: S/13386 of 1973-1974?(18-08-1973). The organization is operational in West Bengal, India. Prabuddha Bharati Shishutirtha works in the area of Aged and elderly, Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Animal Welfare, Biotechnology, Children, Disability, Education & Literacy, Environment and natural resource management, Food and Agriculture, Health & Nutrition, HIV/AIDS, Micro Finance (SHGs), Womens Development & Empowerment, etc. The NGO works towards the promotion of sustainable development.
Women’s Co-ordinating Council is an umbrella NGO having a membership of 71 member NGOs . The Governor of West Bengal has been the Chief Patron of the Council since its inception in 1960 and the Council’s Head Quarters are located at the estate of Raj Bhawan, Kolkata. The Council has a glorious heritage and its activities have been spearheaded by stalwarts like Renuka Ray, Ashoka Gupta, Ramola Sinha. Jusice Manjula Bose (Retd.) is the President Emeritus of the Council