Profiles of Indian NGOs & National – Ineternational Funding Agencies – Government Grants

Kasba Dweep Welfare Society, Kolkata

Add : 24, Prantik Pally, Kasba, Bosepukur
West Bengal
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Mobile : 98040 74768
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Website :
Contact Person : Rakesh Bhattacharjee
Purpose : Adolescent Girls Welfare, Advocacy On Social Issues, Art And Craft, Art And Culture, Awareness Generation, Blindness, Child Welfare, Climate Change, Community Development, Corporate Social Responsibility, Disadvantaged Communities, Disaster Management, Distance Learning, E-Learning, Education, Employment, Environment, Food And Nutrition, General – Social Welfare, Group Promotion, Health, Herbal Medicine, Hiv/Aids, Human Development.
Aim/Objective/Mission : We at KDWS commit ourselves – to identify with and work along the economically and socially backward and deprived, neglected old-age individual the physically and mentally challenged and underprivileged children, so that they become educated, skilled and aware of their situation and rights. Enable them to be self-reliant and enjoy a healthy, dignified and sustainable quality of life. To develop, evaluate and disseminate KDWS-banner-3programs that foster children?s ethical, social and intellectual development and nurturing children?s capacity to think skillfully and critically, we also deepen the children?s commitment to social values such as kindness, helpfulness, personal responsibility and respect for others, the qualities we believe are essential to leading humane and productive lives in this democratic society. To that end, act as a resource to and collaborate with other local agencies ? governmental or non-governmental to help in construct housing for homeless individuals, to educate the public and advocate for public policy changes and to provide job training to homeless individuals. Our commitment to excellent services, innovation, diversity, creativity, honesty, integrity and so on. Our vision: the way forward: a society based on legitimate rights, equality, justice, honesty, social sensitivity and a culture of service in which all are self-reliant, with extra emphasis on child development, specially the girl child, street children and disabled child. We envision a world that responds quickly and effectively to social challenges and where each individual has the freedom, confidence and societal support to address any social problem and drive change in the community, a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation.

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