Nishtha - Jagaran

Project Brief: This project is to support Jagaran, an effort led by Nishtha to provide access of education to kids at risk from 4 villages in south 24 paraganas, West Bengal
Project Type: Alternative Education (description)
Primary Focus: to go to formal school (description)

Secondary Focus: children who are working

Area: Rural
Supporting Chapter Contact: Atlanta
Status: current / ongoing
Project Steward: Anuradha Bulusu
Project Partner(s): Mina Das
Other Contacts: Padmanava Sen
Project Address: , VILL. SUBUDDHIPUR, DE PARA, P.O. BARUIPUR,DIST. SOUTH 24 PARGANAS, KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL,Kolkata,
WEST BENGAL  700144
Tel: 091-033-2433 9865
Stewarding Chapter: Atlanta
Jul 2020AtlantaUSD 1503
Jul 2020AtlantaUSD 2041
Jun 2020AtlantaUSD 19951
Jun 2020AtlantaUSD 8112
May 2020AtlantaUSD 3123
May 2020AtlantaUSD 5202
Nov 2019AtlantaUSD 1520
Aug 2019AtlantaUSD 7202
May 2019AtlantaUSD 6512
Feb 2019AtlantaUSD 409
Apr 2018AtlantaUSD 14835
Apr 2017AtlantaUSD 15027
Sep 2016AtlantaUSD 136
Apr 2016AtlantaUSD 3895
Oct 2015NYC/NJUSD 9307
Jun 2015AtlantaUSD 6703
May 2014NYC/NJUSD 9938
Apr 2014AtlantaUSD 10004
Dec 2012DCUSD 4500
May 2012AtlantaUSD 3242
Feb 2012AtlantaUSD 1000
Mar 2011DCUSD 6150
Jul 2010BirminghamUSD 2000
Nov 2009DCUSD 2750
Jun 2009DCUSD 3000
Jun 2009BirminghamUSD 2000

Total = $150062

The overall goal of the project is to provide mainstream education to 200 children at risk from 4 villages of South 24 Parganas district, West Bengal and empower them with adequate knowledge, information and training.
To provide access of education to kids at risk from 4 villages in south 24 paraganas, West Bengal
In the remote village Baikunthapur of South 24 Parganas girl children and women were often deserted and became victims of exploitation, torture and violence. The condition of the children, particularly the girl children was equally distressing. Very few of them could get chance to go to school. In the year 1974 five women of this village were thrown out of their in-laws' house and two other women committed suicide driven by the torture in their in-laws house. This prompted Mrs. Pritilata Das and some other sensitive women to form a group called NISHTHA. Their aim is to empower women and children.
Jun 2020 Amphan Relief Budget _ 2
Jun 2020 Amphan rehab proposal_approved
Jun 2020 Relief proposal - Nayabad
Jun 2020 Amphan Relief June-July 2020
May 2020 Amphan relief proposal and budget
Apr 2020 Jagaran budget 2020-21
Apr 2020 Proposal 2020-21
Aug 2019 Proposal and budget _ Attitudinal transformation boys
Jun 2019 Site Visit June 2019 - Agniva
Mar 2019 Budget for 2019-20
Jan 2019 SAC budget
Aug 2018 Site Visit July 2018 - Agniva
Feb 2018 Jagaran budget 2018-19
Dec 2017 SiteVisitDec2017
Mar 2017 Jagaran Budget 2017_2018
Mar 2017 Budget for SAC Girls 2017_2018
Jan 2017 Jagaran Proposal 2017_2018
Jan 2017 Nishtha Voc Training Report 2014_2016
Dec 2016 Nishtha Visit Summary PadmanavaDEC16
Dec 2016 NishthaJagaranVisitPadmanavaDEC16
Apr 2016 LifeSkillsTrainingFinalReport2014_2016
Apr 2016 SAC_Jagaran1GirlCollegeEdSupport_2016
Feb 2016 Jagaran Proposal 2016-2017
Feb 2016 Jagaran Budget 2016_2017
Dec 2015 JagaranSiteVisitDec2015
Dec 2015 NIshtha Site Visit Arkadeep
Jun 2015 Annual Report (2014-2015)
Jun 2015 Financial Report (2014-2015)
Apr 2015 Proposal 2015-2016
Apr 2015 Initial Itemized Budget 2015-2016
Mar 2015 Report on Self Defense Training
Jan 2015 Detailed Site Visit (Padmanava)
Apr 2014 Tuition Budget Classes V to VII 2014_15
Apr 2014 TuitionBudgetClassesVIII to X_2014_2015
Apr 2014 Annual Budget 2014_2015
Dec 2013 Anu Site Visit Dec 2013
May 2013 SAC Budget 2013 -2014
May 2012 Budget (April 2012- March 2013)
Apr 2012 Financial Statement (2011-2012)
Dec 2011 Nishtha Visit (Asha Atlanta)
Jul 2010 Budget (2010-2011)
Jan 2009 Site Visit Report
Jan 2009 Discussions
Dec 2008 Proposal
Dec 2008 Budget