Sukalyan Welfare society mainly aims to treating health problems, enhance innovative education and promote digital literacy. It was formed by a group of professionals who shared a common dream and have come together to work on a people-centric model of development in areas like public health, education, community development and social welfare.
Their activities include:
Education: Sukalyan Welfare society funds city based education programme called ‘Kamalkali’. This project mainly aims to mainstream and rehabilitate the underprivileged children who are either drug addicts or smokers. They help rehabilitation by counselling them and provide them with elementary education and send them into the formal school recognized by the state board.
Health: Various seasonal and need based health camps are organized at regular intervals to meet the specific needs of the community and provide medical services to remote areas. These camps also ensure provision for timely referral services to the patients for further or specialized care. This year the NGO has successfully conducted 3 health checkup camps in the district of North 24 Parganas, West Bengal where more than 300 general community members/villagers were thoroughly checked. Sukalyan has been implementing the Global Fund Round-9 Project, West Bengal named as AXSHYA INDIA ТВ PROJECT in three TU’s of West Bengal. This project engages in communities and community-based Care providers to improve ТВ Care and TB-HIV patients. This year ngo has reached to more than 3000 beneficiaries through many community & patient mobilization & counselling program.
Swanirbhar Livelihood Development Project: The Ngo facilitates employment and income generation programmes through various skill-based trainings for rural men and women. This includes training for rural entrepreneurship and small-scale business and encouraging women to become independent. Sukalyan organizes various skill-based trainings for the rural youth and women to facilitate employment and generate income. Training for garment-making, Handicraft Products, Beautician Course, Pickle Making, Haldi Packaging, ‘Kantha’ Stich, Inclusion of Fabric designs at the Indian ‘Tanth’ (Cotton) Sarees work etc. are few examples.