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Shyama Prasad Mookherjee Port and Mukti Join Forces to Fight Drinking Water Crisis

Mukti, in collaboration with the Shyama Prasad Mookherjee Port in Kolkata, installed one elevated tube well each in Shunia and Sahara villages, located within the Sahara Gram Panchayat under the Egra Block of Purba Medinipur district to fight against drinking water crisis. Each elevated tube well is equipped with a 1,000-liter water tank and an….

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Empowering the Disabled: Bridging Awareness and Access

During their home visits, the SwasthoSongini team uncovered a sizable disabled population, largely neglected and unaware of government support. Most caregivers of disabled individuals were oblivious to available social schemes and free services provided by disability management institutes. Moved by this eye-opening experience, the SwasthoSongini team shared their findings with Mukti. The gravity of the….

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Community Care: Orthopaedic Camp at Mukti Gram Clinic

Mukti and the West Bengal Orthopaedic Association jointly organized the second orthopedic camp on 30th July 2023 at the Gram Clinic, Mukti Gram, Purba Sridharpur. The event was a seamless combination of resources and expertise of Mukti’s Swastha Shongini and Gram Clinic projects. The Swastha Shongini women and the Mukti Gram Clinic’s traditional healer, Barun….

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Mukti’s Heartfelt Gratitude to SBI Kolkata for Donating Ambulances and Delivery Van

On the occasion of SBI Bank Day, the State Bank of India (SBI) Local Head Office in Kolkata extended its support to Mukti by providing two ambulances and one delivery van. These contributions play a vital role in uplifting marginalized communities residing in the Sundarbans region. The villagers in the remote areas of Sundarbans still….

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Cervical Cancer Awareness and Early Diagnosis Camp

In a collaborative effort, the K.K Chatterjee Memorial Association joined forces with Mukti and Kolkata Foundation to organize a significant event focused on raising awareness about cervical cancer and promoting early diagnosis among women. The event, titled “Cervical Cancer Awareness and Early Diagnosis in Women,” took place at the Mukti Raidighi Office on the 26th….

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01. Why the Program is ?

● Inadequate rural health facilities in West Bengal require enhancement due to frequent disruptions by calamities and diseases.
● The high frequency of natural disasters in the Sundarbans necessitates quick medical response mechanisms like medical camps.
● Socioeconomic factors, lack of education, poor housing, sanitation and unsafe water supplies lead to malnutrition and diseases among inhabitants of the Sundarbans. These conditions warrant a dedicated health and hygiene education initiative, particularly targeting women and children.
● Inaccessibility of ambulance services in rural and backward areas of West Bengal often resulting in critical health risks.
● The high salinity levels in drinking water make it unsuitable for consumption, leading to health problems for the local population.

02. What the Program is ?

● Swastha Shongini
● Gram Clinic
● Jal hi Kal
● Medical Camp
● Ambulance Service

03. What is the Objective ?

● To enhance and strengthen the rural healthcare system in West Bengal, making it resilient to disruptions caused by calamities and disease outbreaks.
● To establish quick medical response mechanisms, such as setting up medical camps in disaster-prone regions like the Sundarbans.
● To launch dedicated health and hygiene education initiatives, targeting malnutrition and prevalent diseases caused by poor living conditions in the Sundarbans.
● To establish affordable and accessible ambulance services in rural and backward areas of West Bengal, aiming to reduce time to medical attention and prevent critical health crises.
● To mitigate the health risks associated with high salinity levels in drinking water and ensure
● Access to safe and potable water for the local population in the affected areas.

04. Where the Program is ?

South 24 Pgs, Howrah, East Medinipur and West Medinipur district of West Bengal, India

05. How we are working ?

A dedicated implementation team is involved in the successful delivery of the programs. Each project has a dedicated project coordinator and field supervisor who are actively engaged in the project’s implementation. A Program Lead oversees and monitors the project on a weekly basis and provides regular reports to the funding agency according to the required format.

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