In the realm of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) dedicated to sustainable development, Mukti stands as a beacon of change and progress in the mesmerizing, yet challenging, environs of the Sundarbans. Our unique and finely tuned internal operating model serves as the driving force behind our unwavering commitment to improving the lives of the region’s inhabitants. This article unveils the intricate framework that powers Mukti’s mission – a framework ingeniously designed to create a lasting impact by solving social issues with innovative approaches.
Mukti’s operating model is ingeniously likened to a three-wheeled vehicle, propelling forward the cause of social upliftment. Each wheel symbolizes a crucial element: “Mukti Sathi” – an army of over 1000 dedicated volunteers; “100+ Partners” – collaborating entities supporting curated projects; and “6+ Social Community Businesses” – whose profits directly benefit society.
This vehicle is fortified by a robust shield comprising four vital components: “Process and Governance” ensuring streamlined operations; “Audit and Compliances” ensuring accountability; “Integrity and Transparency” fostering trust; and “Technology” driving innovation.
At the core, a roof of “Strategy, Control, and Monitoring” is held by a dedicated board of trustees and nine cluster heads, each overseeing a program area. The foundation is built upon shared services encompassing HR, Admin, Accounts, media, partner management, and donor management.
Three key components drive Mukti’s mission: “Nine Program Clusters” spanning Health, Education, Agriculture, Livelihood, Environment, Rights, Awareness, Integrated Development, and Disaster Recovery; “Strategy, Innovation, and Sustainability” focused on innovative solutions aligned with SDGs and Net Zero initiatives; and “Mukti Chapters” replicating success in diverse regions.
Guiding this journey are the luminaries of “Social Advisory Groups,” influential personalities from various industries. Through this holistic approach, Mukti has touched the lives of 4,000,000 beneficiaries in the Sundarbans, propelling them towards a brighter, more empowered future.