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Welcome

Karna Subarna Welfare Society is a voluntary organization or an NGO working for the upliftment of the most backward classes in the district of Murshidabad since its inception in the year 2006. It has enhanced its credibility in the eyes of local stakeholders through various out-of the-pocket and philanthropic activities for the betterment of the sexually marginalized community, backward communities like SC/ST/OBC & Muslim community across its area of intervention till date. Like "vihaan", it has brought about positive ray of hope in the life of primitive ethnic group, hailed from the Samaskar village in the district of Murshidabad. Following a two to three year long extensive consultative process involving the local level stakeholders across the district, Karna Subarna Welfare Society emerged as an independent initiative on 24th day of November 2006.



Objectives

To work for the development of vulnerable groups especially women and children from the backward classes of the community through various activities related to health, education, community awareness generation, capacity building training, relief work and cultural upliftment in the district of Murshidabad.

To render relief to the victims of natural disasters and aged, sick, helpless and indigent persons in the district of Murshidabad.

To promote activities for generating awareness regarding environmental pollution, gender & social justice, empowerment, human rights & dignity and other related issues in the district of Murshidabad.

To establish the norms of transparency, accountability & democracy based on participatory & consultation approach with the partner organizations.

GRATITUDE

Since naissance, Karna Subarna Welfare Society has accomplished far more by receiving support from several donors than it could have alone. In the Annual Report one could find a reflection on what KSWS is and has become because of generous and benevolent supporters and motivators. Once again, we are honoured to share our organization's successes with our donors and future friends and partners. As we see, the impact of our collective work is tremendous. 2014-15 has been a busy year, and because of generousity of our donors we have much to show for it. Philanthropic support from our donors has tangibly started changing the lives of people throughout our intervention areas and we are deeply grateful for your faith on us. We also took this opportunity to amplify the uniqueness of our dream, knowing that the our supporters, donors, beneficiaries and places that are an integral part of our lives and activities and help us in shaping who we are and who we will become as an organization. This sense of solidarity, well being & belongingness is the foundation of our work together in past, at present and in future.

Message from the Secretary

Today social decay is an inevitable truth existing both in national and international community. Our society is suffering from various evil conditions such as moral, spiritual, ethical, cultural decay, proliferation of unholy activities, deprivation of human rights and trampling the weaker section of the society under the golden chariot of development and so on. Voluntary organization like Karna Subarna Welfare Society is preparedly trying to serve the suffering humanity as well as restoring the decaying society by its benevolent & philanthropic effort since its inception. Deeply moved by some ailing conditions of rural society like poverty, uneducation, lack of knowledge regarding health & wellbeing, oppression of women and children, deprivation of ethnic groups especially in the district of Murshidabad, we had decided to commit ourselves for removing such ailing conditions from my own village at Karna Subarna. Being the damn believer of liberation and upliftment of the oppressed and ostracized people of the society we had devoted ourselves in rendering all possible supports, assistance & services to the resource less within our reach in order to provide them with better life and help them to surge in the mainstream of the society.

It gives us immense pleasure and satisfaction to share the experience of working towards betterment of the tribal people living at Samaskar village in Rangamati Block of Murshidabad District since 2006. In keeping the KSWS's humanitarian focus on inclusion of ethnic group (like santhal) into the conventional society of Murshidabad district, we have through our own efforts laid special emphasis on promoting health and socioeconomic rights of the tribal people and entitlements of their youths, girls, women & children. We had reached out to every door of that ethnic minority community. To bring about visible change in their life we gave utmost importance at the base of their social pyramid, which was almost plague-ridden by enormous discrimination and exploitation, chronic hunger, malnutrition, diseases and ailments, exclusion from elementary education, alcoholism, STIs/STDs, trafficking and unemployment. With greater visibility of propelling those tribal people into greater prominence we had made every effort to make themselves aware about their rights and well being through several campaigns on health, sanitation, mal impact of substance abuse mainly alcoholism, environmental protection; capacity building programme for their socio-economic growth & development, cultural activities under the aegis of various GOs, NGOs and CBOs both from Murshidabad and abroad. KSWS is still working in the whole gamut of the tribal welfare & development in that particular area through its Free Coaching Centre & Free Tailoring Centre for women & children, Adolescent Health Programme and Free Legal Aid Service mechanism. It is providing succor and hope to the most vulnerable community of the Murshidabad District.

As we embark on another phase in our journey, this is the time for reflections, taking measure of our achievements and learning gathered therein.

Our major achievement in partnership with girls, boys, women and men across our initiatives from local clubs, anganwari workers, community based organizations (CBOs), NGOs, community health workers and self help groups (SHG) in the district of Murshidabad, West Bengal and in the district of Rajshahi, Bangladesh have gone on from strength to strength during the course of our action focused on amelioration of the backward classes in the community.

With huge contentment we are declaring that KSWS is registered under the Societies Act with 11 member organization located in Berhampur, Murshidabad. This voluntary agency has its self-certification in displaying its basic documents such as registration papers; PAN Number and so on and has ability to place those before any of its stakeholder. Leadership to it has been provided by distinguished civil society stalwarts since the cock-crowing morning. Despite such guidance and technical clarity KSWS is facing a financial crunch. There are several new initiatives we are working on to overcome it and we will need to define a niche for ourselves to get kind financial support from Government and Non-governmental Sector for coming year with renewed focus to explore new funding opportunities in the field of stopping human trafficking, preventing female foeticide, rendering legal aid support to the vulnerable section of the society, capacity building training programme for youths from ethnic minority group, advocacy and networking activity in both Murshidabad, WB & Rajshahi, Bangladesh.

We are profoundly hopeful for our growth in the upcoming year with hard work, committed performance of the staff team and generous fund from various funding bodies. We are expressing our sincere gratitude to all our Governing Board Members, partners, beneficiaries and associates who have extend their hand of support in all our endeavours.

Matiur Rahaman
Secretary
KSWS


Our Patron

 Mrs. Vandana Srivastava
(Lawyer)
Masters –in – Human Resource, LLB, LLM
Mob: (0091) 9800 100 100
Email:  lawyer_vandana@hotmail.com

Vandana is a Lawyer by profession and philanthropist by heart. She has been associated with government schemes for the oppressed classes in the past. Of several such programs, worth mentioning were ‘Nav Disha’ (meaning ‘a new direction’), a program for reintegrating persons, belonging to Rajbanshi Community in North Bengal, India back to the mainstream. These persons, being disillusioned by the governance, had taken up arms and started militancy in North Bengal, India demanding a separate State. She was also associated with NGOs which used to teach the poor and homeless children staying in New Jalpaiguri Railway Station in North Bengal and Howrah Station in Bengal, India.

In Dubai she has been associated with helping Indian Expats by giving free legal advice. She has accompanied Consulate Officials in Labour Camps and to extend all help possible. She volunteers for Indian Workers Resource Centre, Dubai.

Vandana has done Masters in Human Resource and then shifted to making a career in Law. She did LLB and LLM and is a practicing lawyer in India. Currently she is pursuing PhD in International Law.

She has been associated with the Karna Subarna Welfare Society Team since its inception.

Mr. Sankar Chakraborty
(Retired IPS officer)
Chandernagore, 
Dist. – Hooghly, West Bengal  
Pin – 712136
Mob: (+91) 82407 13990,  E-Mail: Sanchak54@gmail.com

My name is Sankar Chakraborty. I am a retired IPS officer. I am 65 years old. I am working now at INK as OSD .My permanent address is at Chandernagore, Hooghly. Music is my passion. Also I am very much interested in social service.

I know Matiur Rahaman of Karna Subarna Welfare Society. He is very hard working .This KSWS is dedicated towards the welfare of the tribal people .This KSWS holds regularly various programmes like blood donation etc, and also various Govt.-sponsored schemes among the tribal masses .The society also works with the transgender and AIDS victims’ awareness. The main problem of this society is scarcity of fund.

 

Dr. Rajarshi Chakrabarty
 (M.A in History, Ph D)
Assistant Professor of History in the University of Burdwan
Berhampore, Murshidabad.
Mob. : (+91) 94330 09190,  Email, rajarshic74@yahoo.co.in

I, Dr. Rajarshi Chakrabarty, Dept. of History, the University of Burdwan is teaching at various levels since the last 20 years.  I am also involved with various social welfare organizations which work with marginalized communities. In this connection I came in touch with Karna-Subarna Welfare society.  The society is doing commendable work in the rural areas of the Murshidabad.

 

 

Dr. Sandip Kumar Dutta
                SCIENTIST-D (Retd.)
Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute
Govt. of India (Ministry of Textiles)
Berhampore, West Bengal
Mob: 97356 01099, E- Mail: – dutta_sandipkumar@yahoo.in

Modern world is very rich in materialistic way but very poor in moralistic way. The outer being and inner being of most of the individual is different. Now days the deep hunting problem of the modern world is lack of unity due to loss of morality. It is reflected in the society as well as in the nation. When morality is lost tolerance and acceptance in individual is very less.

A Social welfare organization named KARNA SUBARNA WELFARE SCOIETY is multifunctional conglomerate can change your morality since 2006 at Jadupur village in Murshidabad district, near Berhampore, WB. Sustenance of the unprivileged society is the main Moto. The society stands for the people by the people and of the people.
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