What We Do
Sahara Utsarga Welfare Society has been running reaching the unreached programme for last 5 years. This has been designed for slow learners in the villages where children are often unable to make to schools or them themselves dropout early. This is an instructional programme designed for students in age group of 4 to 13 years […]
Community awareness programme – Understanding an unhealthy healthy community – malnutrition, unsafe drinking water, improper sanitation, problems related to pregnancy, lack of appropriate care for complications leading to maternal deaths, Common childhood illnesses, vector borne diseases, TB and non-communicable diseases like high blood pressure, high blood sugar and cancers etc. Social problems like extreme poverty, […]
SAHARA UTSAGA WELFARE SOCIETY (SUWS) developed a well managed microfinance company catering to a large part of West Bengal and proud owners of India 5000 Best MSME Company 2018. Women from poorest of the poor and under privilege families living in distress situation in both rural and urban areas are being provided microcredit by SUWS […]
For last 5 years Sahara Utsarga Welfare Society is giving a major thrust on skill development and here the primary target groups are women and youths. As a livelihood Intervention, SUWS is ensuring a long-term Positive Social Impact In Communities through a holistic approach of integrating education & community development with employability and entrepreneurship. SUWS […]
SUWS work with not only with the poor communities but also with the people living in distress condition and address barriers to Water Sanitation & Hygiene at various levels including discrimination, infrastructure, geography, education and awareness. SUWS care about improving access to WASH for vulnerable and marginalized communities. In each of our programme areas, we […]
SAHARA UTSARGA WELFARE SOCIETY completes its 27th year of its journey since 1993 and “Women Empowerment” being the focus area of work. SUWS act as a facilitator to upgrade the socio-economic status of the poor people and help to access the socio-legal-economic justice and constitutional rights to its Self Help Group women members and their […]
- Running Skill development Centre(s) under PMKVY.
- Water and sanitation facilities in schools and communities.
- Integrated rural development of the backward villages.
- Disaster management on relief, rehabilitation and resilience.
- Organize health camps along with blood donation camps, dental camps and eye camps at periodical interval.
- Running coaching centers for children living in distress situation and first-generation learners so that they can continue their higher education.
- Arrange mean scholarships for the poor students. .
- Library for social researchers.
- Work in animal husbandry, forest, environment and climate change.
- Organize training for women in poultry, high yield cultivation, handicrafts particularly cane and bamboo, Zari and Batik, wood carving, embroidery, soft toys, cloth musk, hand sanitizer, imitation jewelry etc. along with bag making, diary and bread & cake making.
- Running old age home at affordable cost.
- Work on human rights for the unsung heroes like Rickshaw and van pullers, migrant workers and legal assistance for domestic violence.
- Volunteer programme for national and international students.
- Community awareness on different burning issues like domestic violence, utility of herbal garden, disability, health and nutrition, vector borne diseases and skill development.
- Extension of existing microfinance activities to other operational districts.