Baikunthapur Tarun Sangha (BTS) has been working in the riverine Coastal areas of Sunderban under Bio-sphere Reserve and the World Heritage Site as declared by UNESCO.
It has been serving the Core neighbouring areas of Tiger Reserve Forest and providing development services to the poor & the marginalized;vulnerable & the needy forest & fishermen community people , especially the malnourished Women & Child, in their acute need. It has been serving the Core neighbouring area of Tiger Reserve Forest and providing development services to the poor & the marginalized;vulnerable & the needy forest & fishermen community people , especially the malnourished Women & Child, in their acute need of care and concern without discriminating caste & creed; religious & political interest.It is geographically located in a hard-to-reach remote rural Indian village Baikunthapur under the Community Development Block Kultali , 100 KM away from Kolkata and 25 KM away from the Bay of Bengal.
Kamdebpur Rural Development Society (KRDS) is a well established NGO under South 24 Parganas District of West Bengal runs above two decades from its inception (1994-95) in dedication with vulnerable and thickly populated, marginalized, hard-to-reach and poorest of the poor people at the corner of grass root level. Poverty and lack of basic life support services or social amenities are very common, despite what has so far been done by the state machineries.The NGO has spread its activities and branches throughout the district and later it extends to other districts also, with a view to give benevolent services to mankind by providing sustainable developmental activities to the people in distress along with the motto of returning them to the mainstream of the society. KRDS has given main focus on health, water & sanitation, socio-economical program, child education and livelihood facilitation with a major emphasis on skill-orientation centric employability activities in collaboration with state, central and foreign agencies.
Disha is a non-governmental organization which provides assistance to marginalized children, youth and women from the Manoharpukur slum area in Kolkata, in spheres of education, health and capacity building. In 1992, a domestic help asked Ms.Neena Singh for a personal loan to send her son to after-school tuition. Disha was conceived at that moment as the veteran educator realised that the children of socioeconomically challenged sections of society need remedial education even more than those who can afford tuition and coaching classes. 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. Disha has taken into its fold married and unmarried women as well as drop-out girls from the Manoharpukur slums and imparted to them skills such as crochet, stitching and making paper bags, thus making them capable of self-employment.