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Amar Lata Gramin Seva Foundation Ngo In Kolkata West Bengal

Amar Lata Gramin Seva Foundation Ngo Information

AMAR LATA GRAMIN SEVA FOUNDATION Non Governmental Organization is located in Kolkata West Bengal . AMAR LATA GRAMIN SEVA FOUNDATION is registered as a Trust at Kolkata of state West Bengal with Ngo unique registration ID 'WB/2009/0011900' . The NGO registration is done by Charity Commissioner with registration number 1040/2006 on the date of 22-02-2006, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of AMAR LATA GRAMIN SEVA FOUNDATION is Ajoy Kumar Ball and Chief functionary officer is Ajoy Kumar Ball.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
AMAR LATA GRAMIN SEVA FOUNDATION
Unique Id of VO/NGO
WB/2009/0011900
Chief Functionary
Ajoy Kumar Ball
Chairman
Ajoy Kumar Ball

Registration Details

Registered With
Charity Commissioner
Type of NGO
Trust
Registration Number
1040/2006
City of Registration
Kolkata
State of Registration
West Bengal
Date of Registration
22-02-2006
frca
200800190
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Country
India
Telephone
033-24123395
Mobile Number
9836124985
Address
8/1b Ibharhimpur Road Jadabpur Pin 700032
Website

AMAR LATA GRAMIN SEVA FOUNDATION Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This AMAR LATA GRAMIN SEVA FOUNDATION NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Differently Abled, Education & Literacy, Health & Family Welfare, HIV/AIDS, Vocational Training

Operational States

West Bengal

Operational Districts

East Medinipur, South 24 Parganas

Major Activities and Achivements

The aim of the trust is to provide primary health care, raise health awareness and give access to education to rural people. Our work in Gadaibalbarh, Nandigram, Purba Medinipur startrted in january, 04 with family welfare clinic which includes family planning, immunisation, advise on HIV AIDS, conduct weekly family surveys in villages to assess the health needs of the villagers and aware them on nutrition, sanitation, drinking water and safe child birth and host of other health issues in addition, we have primary eye care, homeopathy and last but not the least the disability care clinic. The past year has been marked by wonderful achievements on all fronts which gives us hope for the coming years in spite of financial crunch at all fronts. All health care and education initiatives have established their own structure and function relatively independently as rising in demand statistics suggest. Despite some natural and political challenges in Nandigram area, AMARLATA has succeeded in further spreading health awareness eg breast cancer awareness in collaboration with National Cancer Inst. and Hitaishini the Calcutta based womens group on 25th March 09, extending its care for disabled, supporting education in schools and vocational training. For the first time since AMARLATAs foundation in 2004, we have been able to get doctors in modern medicine to come to Gadaibalbarh and Sunderban clinics for consultations. The Sunderban branch is located on the Gangetic delta region is still a predominantly remote region of the country as far as communications are concerned. However, we took the challenge to train 3 local persons in healthcare and in between arranged medical, awareness and disabled screening camps and also sunk a deep tube well to provide drinking water. Now with the help from one of the trustees, we are building our own infrastructure in our own land, so that we could provide more services to the poor and needy people in area expanding to at least half the surrounding islands in future. As a reflection of the nature of AMAR LATAs operation spreading across 2 continents, we were also granted Charities working Internationally status by the Charity Commission, U.K. This will underline our efforts for the 3 most vital projects for the coming years 1. the construction of 30 bed Eye Hospital 2. Set rehab centre for disabled 3.the establishment of an infrastructure in Sunderban, which is already underway