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

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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.
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Target Group : Slum Children
Place : Ward No. 7 under Khardah Municipality


The project serves the underprivileged children of slum areas in the age group of 3 year to15 years. It was launched in April, 2006 to meet the needs of one of the most vulnerable and deprived groups of people, those living in the slum areas and have no predictable pattern and no voice in society.
In the urban slum areas mostly the men are engaged in day labor and in most of the cases women are fruit, flower and vegetable sellers or maid servants. The meager income barely allows families to survive: they live in tents, huts, basements or share part of a room with other families. Typically children in these slums are the first in their families to attend a school.
The SHIKSHAN Project supports these children by providing them the facilities of education, including a proper learning environment and a group of teachers. We teach Basic Mathematics, Languages (English, Bengali and Basic Hindi), Social Science, General Knowledge; in addition, drawing and crafts training are also provided for them. We also teach exercises for physical fitness. Students also receive free medical support as needed. Students also receive special classes to develop their skills in English reading and conversation.
Crawl has two different schedules for the school. The morning school teaches children of ages five to 15 while mid-day school focuses on children of ages three to five years old.
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