CHANDNICHAKHAT ASSOCIATION FOR RURAL SOCIAL & HEALTH ADVANCEMENT
Regd. No. S/IL/11749 Under Society Registration Act XXVI of 1961,Govt. Of W.B.
History Of CHARSHA
incidences where in every cases the poor, illiterate, ignorant peoples agony which give us pains as an human being. Peoples alienation from education, mortality of women and children for the lack of knowledge of Mother and Child health care, ignorancy which leads them superstitions, etc. made us
more responsible. In this situations, we got inspirations from several leading NGOs of West Bengal and we so assembled to from this Organization and gradually registered it on 18.09.02.
Since them, we are keeping us involved with various philanthropic activities, raising resources from various individuals, business organizations, etc. The activities were mainly charity based. Onwards, we felt need of focusing our prioratised role through setting up the followings:
Executive Note from the Secretary’s Desk
Chandnichakhat Association for Rural Social & Health Advancement (in brief CHARSHA) a Rural and Urban Development Organization was established on 26 th January 1997 by a group of educated, energetic and social minded youth. They felt the agony of the people in several instances where common people cheated and deprived from rights and entitlements. The youth
realized their accountability to do something for the people and so assembled into registered organization on 18 th September 2002. The organization was involved with various philanthropic activities, raising resources from various individuals, business organizations etc.
The organization has tried to extend support services to the people in need. Moreover CHARSHA tried utmost to be good service provider and to be with the people to overcome their odds, difficulties and their problems that are affecting their daily life situation. The organization has implemented various development activities on education, health, skill development and social awareness in Murshidabad, Birbhum, Bankura, Purulia, Jhargram and
South 24 Parganas districts of West Bengal. Our main thrust is on awareness generation and capacity building of the stakeholders.
We are planning to work with West Bengal Skill training project and capacitate youth and women on need based different trades for making them self- reliant. Recently the organization has responded to the situation arisen due to COVID-19 lock
down. The migrant labourers returned in huge numbers, some of them could not return and died due to unavoidable circumstance. The organization provided them with dry ration kit for approximately 3500 migrant labourers in Jangipur sub-division of Murshidabad. We are looking forward for more emergency response for the people in difficult times.
(Md. Sahanewaj Biswas)