Lilith Smile Foundation shared with Eid happy poor people

Murshidabad, WB: Bring the day to eat. Eid day is still a few days away. Manage still has clothes and sweet mouth food for himself and his son. Like the other five days, Eid day is equal to them.

Youth of Domkal, Eid did not buy their own clothes and helped them earn a small amount of money and helped poor people. Giving them hand is a lot of clothes and food. The Domkal gave 60 gifts to the poor families at home and gifted their gifts to the whole family. The Voluntary organization ‘Little Smile Foundation’

Voluntary organization member Masum Rahman said, “How many people can live happily or not. Do not all the clothes of yourself or your son or daughter, or some sweet foods All of them are cut out by Eid. Our program is to smile at the faces of the poor families. The member of the organization Sagar Sarkar said, the number of poor are rising, there is no one to see them. They have been able to collect two new meals in two days to earn their livelihood. Many people can not even do that.

A person’s life requires food, clothing, housing, education. In the meantime, we tried to stand beside the helpless people. We want to smile at the face of the people, regardless of race, religion, politics, caste, and poor families. Same programs like Durga Puja will also be taken.

Training on basic health and hygiene – Conducted by Unnayan Welfare Trust at Palpara, West Bengal

Today Unnayan Welfare Trust has organised a training session of 60 kids and their mothers at Jangalgram, near Palpara, Nadia, West Bengal, on the importance of health and hygiene in our daily life. The training was well accepted and acclaimed by all the attendees. The training majorly focussed on how they can keep themselves and their surroundings clean so that they can avoid breeding mosquitoes around their premises, maintain their personal hygiene to avoid illness and stay healthy.

The program was presided by Unnayan’s president Mr Sanjeev Biswas, also present were other directors of Unnayan Mr Nitai Das, Mr Apurba Das, Mrs Reena Bhowmick, Mr Kamal Das, Mr Krishna Pada Das, Mr Sudip Poddar and Mr Sanjiv Biswas. Mr Nirmal Kr Bhadra a local resident active in social service was invited as special guest.

The kids also participated in a small cultural function followed by an informative video  on personal health and hygiene. At the end of the program every member was presented a free handwash for them to practice personal hygiene at their homes.

Free Workshop On Expressive Art Therapies

A workshop ‘Prerna’ for 2 days shall be organised by For a Cause Charitable Trust in Kolkata. According to the organisers, women are the ones who takes care of the entire family without any complaints but often forgets to take care of themselves. In the process, they end up accumulating a lot of Pent Up Emotions and Unidentified Trauma, which MUST be released.

‘PRERNA’ a 2 day FREE WORKSHOP, by FOR A CAUSE CHARITABLE TRUST, is a small attempt to help these angles understand ways to release and use their pent up emotions to overcome unidentified trauma through Expressive Art Therapies.
Day 2 will be followed by a panel discussion on “from STRESS AND TRAUMA to WELLNESS, how can ART heal you?”

मिशन मीरा के तहत महिला द्वारा महिलाओं के लिए उदयपुर में ई-रिक्शा

Mission Meera

श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान की ओर से मिशन मीरा के तहत उदयपुर, राजस्थान में महिलाओं को ई-रिक्षा का परीक्षण दिया जा रहा है. ताकि महिलाऐं आत्म निर्भर होकर आर्थिक रूप से सक्षम हो सके.

श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान और प्रादेशिक परिवहन विभाग द्वारा उदयपुर में मिशन मीरा प्रोजेक्ट की शुरुआत की गई. मिशन मीरा का मुख्य उद्देश्य महिलाओं द्वारा महिलाओं की सुरक्षा करना है. मिशन मीरा के तहत महिओलाओं को ई-ऑटोरिक्शा प्रदान किया जायेगा.

ई-ऑटोरिक्शा के संचालन और चलने का प्रशिक्षण भी श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान और प्रादेशिक परिवहन विभाग द्वारा दिया जाता है. मिशन मीरा के तह महिलाओं महिला रोजगार के लिए जून 17 में प्रशिक्षण दिया गया. इस प्रशिक्षण के लिए तीसरे बैच को ई-रिक्शा चलने के लिए शुरू किये गए बैच का उद्घाटन उदयपुर के जिला कलेक्टर ने किया. इस अवसर पर मिशन मीरा के प्रोजेक्ट संचालक और प्रादेशिक परिवहन अधिकारी डॉ. मन्ना लाल रावत, श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान की अध्यक्ष साधना खथुरिया, जिले प्रमुख अधिकरीगण और नागरिक मौजूद थे. इस समारोह में पुराने बैच में प्रशिक्षित 25 महिलाओं को भी प्रशिक्षण के प्रमाण पत्र और ई-रिक्शा चलाने के लाइसेंस प्रदान किये गए.
अशोक लीलैंड की अशोक लीलैंड वाहन चालक प्रशिक्षण संस्थान द्वारा रेलमगरा, उदयपुर में महिलाओं को ई-रिक्शा और कार चलाने का प्रशिक्षण दिया गया है.
इसमें घरेलु महिओलाओं को श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान द्वारा ई-रिक्शा के लिए मिशन मीरा में शामिल करने के लिए उदयपुर शहर की दस बस्तियों में सर्वे करवाया गया. सर्वे में महिलाओं को मिशन मीरा से वागत करवाया गया और इससे जुड़ने के लिए प्रेरित किया गया. मिशन मेरा उदयपुर के प्रादेशिक परिवहन अधिकारी डॉ. मन्ना लाल रावत द्वारा प्रारंभ किया गया है ताकि महिलाओं को रोजगार मिल सके और महिलाओं के परिवहन के लिए महिला रिक्शा चालक उपलब्ध हो से. श्रीनाथजी सेवा संस्थान की अध्यक्ष साधना खथुरिया ने अपनी टीम के साथ मिलकर मिशन मीरा को मूर्त रूप देने की शुरुआत की जिसके तहत उदयपुर में मिशन मीरा परियोजना कार्यरूप में एक अनुकरणीय परियोजना के रूप में सामने आई है.

Well-drafted policies needed to handle gender violence

West Bengal Women and Child Development Minister Dr Sashi Panja today said there should be well-drafted policies to handle situations involving gender violence.

“We have been working together with organisations like Shakti Vahini, in challenging and very threatening fields like trafficking. We can speak about it, we can think of policies to handle such situations,” Panja said.

She was speaking at a discussion “Empowering India’s youth to combat gender violence” at the American Center here.

It was organised by US Consulate Kolkata in collaboration with New Delhi-based NGO ‘Shakti Vahini’.

“From my department we can’t go and catch the culprits. There are police and administration involved,” the minister said and stressed on raising awareness among various sections of people to stop such acts.

On fighting sexual and non-sexual violences, Panja said, “We celebrate various days – child rights day, women’s day and when you talk about gender issue, it implies women.

Because it is always women and girls who suffer the most.” Hailing the presence of boys in the discussion, the minister said, “It is always necessary for the presence of other sex in such talks and I am happy with the way a boy from Jharkhand has pledged to spread the message of the workshop in his native place.”

There is a perception that a boy would be scoffed at for speaking against gender violence at a boys’ school, she said adding that “It is good that this mindset is changing.” Greg Pardo, Assistant Public Affairs Officer, US Consulate, said, “The meet was aimed at raising awareness through various media. It is nice to discover ways, to eliminate violence.”

Sneha Harsh, one of the group leaders chosen from Lady Sriram College said, “How to empower other students and motivate others, that is very important for us.” US Consul General Craig Hall said, “Working together to end all forms of gender-based violence is a crux of the partnership between US and India as enduring global partners.” “I had been fortunate to attend all three workshops hosted jointly by the US Consulate and Shakti Vahini earlier this year in Guwahati, Kolkata and Ranchi. To me they were great examples of how Indians and Americans can work together to change the world,” Hall said.

The group leaders from colleges will now go to their respective institutions to spread awareness.