Sarada Ramakrishna (Shishu-O-Mahila) Sevashram (SRS) was set up with the aim to support young mothers and neglected children. Supported by the Governments of India and West Bengal, SRS has expanded its activities to impact rural lives and support rural welfare.
SRS promotes the objectives of sustainable socio-economic development by addressing areas like illiteracy, health, nutrition, skill development, optimal utilisation of resources and act as a liaison between government and the people. Projects run by SRS include:
Sarada Siksha Mandir - Balwadi to Primary.
Marjada Sarada Ramakrishna Madhyamik Siksha Kendra (MSK) Class V to X.
Eye treatment and cataract operation.
Medical treatment/care in the infirmary of the Sevashram.
Assistance to orphan destitute children & elderly persons including a child sponsorship program.
Small Saving and Credit Programme through SHG Training programme.
The NGO premises host a residential training and conference hall which is used by SRS, local government and other NGOs to impart diverse skills and build capacities for the target groups. A computer education centre is also run here.
SRS runs a home for destitute and orphan girls supported by the government of West Bengal.
Sarbanimata Balika Allayœ girls aged 6 to 10 years are admitted and provided education and vocational training.
Other relief includes providing food, medicine, winter clothing and school supplies to the elderly and to children.
Income Rs54 lac
Expense Rs53 lac
Source : Audit Report 2012
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