Baikunthapur Tarun Sangha (BTS) has been working in the riverine Coastal areas of Sunderban. It has been serving the Core neighbouring areas of Tiger Reserve Forest and providing development services to the poor & the marginalized; vulnerable and the needy forest and fishermen community people, especially the malnourished Women & Child, in their acute need.
For further information please visit : http://www.bts-india.in/
Chaplin Club, a self sustained society, which has grown by leaps and bounds over the years. In its own words, the NGO ‘works with the people and not for the people’. The NGO is engaged in grassroots welfare, empowerment and societal betterment across the areas of child protection, women’s empowerment, livelihood generation, community healthcare and environmental preservation.
For further information please visit : http://www.chaplinclub.org/
Dishais a non-governmental organization which provides assistance to marginalized children, youth and women from the Manoharpukur slum area in Kolkata. Disha supports a child through various stages of education, from 2 to 18 years of age. Disha encourages and sponsors higher education in professional courses as well as vocational training facilities to make young people job-ready and spur self-development and awareness.
For further information please visit : https://www.dishafoundationkolkata.com/
Islampur Ramkrishnapally Rural Welfare Society has achieved success in generating employment through the MNREGA scheme. Its Livelihood Intervention through Developed Farming & Enterprise (LIFE) initiative benefitted 350+ families; its computer education programme helped make 840 youths tech-literate; its consumer awareness and advocacy programme made 3,000+ rural consumers aware of their rights.
Jeevika Development Society is a community based NGO, furthering the socio-economic rights of women, and challenging gender based discrimination and violence. Jeevika works across 67 villages of South 24 Parganas, connecting 11600+ women and their families through programmes related to livelihood, agriculture and right activism.
For further information please visit : http://jeevikadevelopmentsociety.org/
Jungle Crow is an NGO constituted in India as a Charitable Trust focussed on the growth and development of the young people in particular through the use of sport. Jungle Crow teaches underprivileged children rugby. The organisation has created a programme (Khelo Rugby), where their coaches visit Kolkata slums for talent spotting.
For further information please visit : http://junglecrows.com/
Kadam aims to counter rural poverty and reverse the urban migration. As a means to end, it has mobilised resources to strengthen villagers’ preparedness, particularly women. Apart from providing financial aid, it also provides vocational training in dyeing and bakery to low-income groups in rural areas.
For further information please visit : http://www.kadamindia.org/
Nayantara Memorial Charitable Trust (NMCT) focuses on the creation of community-centric sustainable livelihood options through inclusive growth.
NMCT is a public charitable trust formed by some like minded individuals to extend a helping hand towards the poor and the needy, the deprived and the destitute and the down trodden. Through small in nature, the NGO has been able to bring smile to its beneficiaries and the smile alone is the achievement that the Trust is proud to show.
For further information please visit : http://nayantaratrust.com/
Soroptimist International of Calcutta provides primary education for underprivileged children, organises vocational and skill development training camps for women, constructs toilets in rural areas, runs a mobile library of English story books and provides legal assistance to female prison inmates.
For further information please visit : http://www.sicalcutta.in/index.php
Suprava engages in counter trafficking and HIV-AIDS management programmes. It aims at facilitating and enhancing effective participation of vulnerable women and children through information dissemination, networking, capacity building and support. The organisation helps realise the untapped potential of women, providing with a means to earn a livelihood, thereby empowering them and reducing their dependence on men.
For further information please visit : http://www.suprava.org/