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Solar-Powered Prosperity: PFC and Mukti Join Forces for Sustainable Farming

On 22 December 2023, a significant collaboration was formalized between Mukti and Power Finance Corporation Limited (PFC) as they signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) at the city office in Kolkata. Under the CSR initiative of PFC, the MoA solidifies a commitment to bring about positive change by facilitating the supply and commissioning of 20….

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ATMA and BDO Officials Visit Mukti Bio-Village, Paschim Jata

On November 7, 2023, six government officials affiliated with the “Agricultural Technology Management Agency” (ATMA) and personnel from the BDO office of Mathurapur Block II visited the Paschim Jata bio-village, also known as Mukti Joibo Gram. ATMA, functioning as a district-level registered society, collaborates with diverse agriculture-related institutions to foster sustainable agricultural development. The overarching….

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Mukti-KPMG: Sustainable Eco-Livelihood Drive

Mukti, in collaboration with KPMG, launched a project called Mukti Green Defense System in Sundarbans (MGDS) which is a comprehensive solution to combat river embankment erosion in the Kankandighi and Nagendrapur Gram Panchayat region of Sundarbans. This solution outlines a holistic approach involving the plantation of four types of mangrove trees near the riverside, coupled….

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SIDBI’s Vision for Sundarbans: A Transformative Visit

Bikash Paswan, the Assistant Manager representing the Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), visited Mukti Gram and explored the dragon fruit plantations in Nagendrapur. The visit spanned the 29th to the 31st of October 2023. His primary mission was to assess the progress of the “Swabalamban Accelerator in Sundarban” (SWAS) project. On the morning….

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Sundarban Greens: A Quiet Revolution

In the “Sun-G” (Sundarban Greens) project, initiated by Mukti and supported by the “Small Industries Development Bank of India” (SIDBI), a plantation drive was commenced at Purba Jata and Paschim Jata bio-village under Kankandighi GP. This endeavor was aimed at both the greening of the area and the protection of the river embankment. A 7-kilometer….

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Program Dashboard

People Supported
Man-Days Created
Marginalized Women Supported
Different Projects

01. Why the Program is?

● The targeted rural regions lack basic infrastructures like roads, electricity, and clean water facilities, making it difficult for residents to maintain a decent standard of living.
● People have limited access to healthcare services and quality education in rural areas hinders the development of a healthy, informed community, thereby affecting the region’s growth prospects.
● The area suffers from high unemployment rates and limited sustainable livelihood options. This results in poverty and forces many to migrate to urban areas in search of better opportunities.
● Despite the presence of various government schemes for rural development, many villagers are unaware or unable to access these benefits due to bureaucratic hurdles or lack of information.
● There is a significant gap between the aspirations of rural residents and the resources available to them. An integrated development program can help bridge this gap and align resources with community aspirations.
● Rural communities often struggle with social issues like gender inequality and lack of decision-making power among marginalized groups.
● Promoting self-reliance in areas such as education, health, and employment is essential for fostering a resilient, self-sufficient community that is less dependent on external aid.

03. What is the Objective?

● To build and improve basic infrastructure such as roads, electricity, and clean water facilities in the rural villages.
● To ensure access to quality healthcare services and education, thereby promoting a healthy and informed community.
● To create sustainable employment and livelihood opportunities in rural areas, thus reducing poverty and migration rates.
● To facilitate easier access and increase awareness of government programs and schemes designed for rural development.
● To bridge the gap between the aspirations of the rural residents and available resources, aligning development initiatives with community aspirations.
● To empower marginalized groups and promote gender equality, ensuring a participatory approach to decision-making within the community.
● To foster self-reliance in key areas like education, health, and employment, encouraging a resilient, self-sufficient community.
● To ensure that all development initiatives are sustainable and do not harm the local environment or deplete local resources.

04. Where the Program is?

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

05. How we are working ?

A dedicated implementation team is involved in the successful delivery of the programs. Each project of the said program has a dedicated field coordinator and supervisor who are looking after different projects and 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.

Contact Info

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Phone : +91-6290589664


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