The Telegraph -- July 13th 2007
The Statesman-- May 24th 2007

a. Street Kids Welfare (Pathasisu Unnayan)Project
b. Non Formal Education (Sikshan) Project
c. Health Care (Sasthya Pariseva) Project
d. Computer Learning Project
e. Sponsorship Project
f. Women Awareness(Mahila Shachetanata) Project
g. Self Help Group (Swanirvar) Project
h. Dog Project

The virtues of donations are great because it helps the needy and at the same time it gives an opportunity to the donor to give the surplus to the people in need. It helps the needy to sustain himself. -- Sam Veda


The Organization welcomes all National and International Volunteers and Students to join in our different Welfare activities for the under privilege children and women in Indian urban centers primarily Kolkata and its outskirts.

We have different options for the volunteers accordingly they can join us.
CRAWL (Children Resolution and Women Learning) Society is a Volunteer Organization who welcomes all National and International Volunteers and Students to participate in different welfare activities for the under privileged children and women in India. Our foremost objective is to make better world for the poor children and women. Therefore we need many volunteers, who have the same desire for a better world for our children and deprived women, to share some experiences with us.
Our mission includes several interrelated projects:. First, we have established a non-formal free school, the Shikshan Project (The Educational center) for the poor children. In addition we identify bright students from our school who have a desire to learn; Crawl then works to match these children with sponsors from around the world who can help pay for their education, so that the children will have a better chance at life as adults. Children from the school as well as sponsored students also have access to a computer program where they develop computer communication skills. Crawl also benefits the slum women of Kolkata by providing vocational training and education. These are the Mahila Shachetanata (Women Awareness) Project and the Swanirvar (Self Help Group) Project. The Pathashishu Unnayan Project (Street Children Beneficial Projects) provides food, education, crafts, and games to the street children of Sealdah and DumDum train stations. The Pathashishu Unnavan Project also includes wound care for the children and the street people. This project involves direct contact with the poorest of the poor who live on the streets in Kolkata. Crawl’s newest program cares for a small group of street dogs that live near the flat.
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