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Kajla Janakalyan Samity

Inspired by waves of the rising Freedom Movement, a group of enthusiastic youths came forward to form a club namely Milita Banbhab for betterment of their village conditions in the year 1943. During that period the team of Milita Bandhab Club worked on helping

Our Programmes

With strong determination, hard labour and voluntary contribution by means of begging (mustibhiksha) they constructed a building and started a Library, a Clinic, Non-formal schools and Supplementary Coaching Centre for the local people.

Education

Running Schools for backward children, Brings awareness among the community on education rights, Ensure children’s participation in education, Bridge Course Centre for drop out children.

Women’s Empowerment

Formation of SHG, Cluster and Federation, Capacity building of members, Savings & credit activities, Grain bank/Rice Bank, Income generation programme, Collective programs & initiatives.

Natural Resource Management

Integrated farm management, Nutrition Garden, General Garden, Pond Management , System of rice Intensification Method (SRI), Produced of different Bio & Organic fertilizers, Relay cropping.

Alternative Livelihood Development

Plantation (Orchard/General forest Plat/Medicinal plants, Indigenous & perennial varieties seed production & spread, Land treatment for irrigation & underground water recharge.

Child protection

Awareness & sensitization program for reducing child labour & child domestic worker, Child trafficking, child abuse, child marriage. Networking and advocacy with NGOs, CBOs and Govt. officials.

Health

Emergency Service through provides oxygen, Blood and ambulance service, Running Rogi Sayata Kendra with the collaboration of Rogi Kalyan Samity as per NRHM, Awareness generation program.

Recent Actvities

During 1945-90, the organization was devoted to perform varied cultural program and creating infrastructure in the area such as road, post-office, School library, Co- operative society and even the Tele-communication facility and electricity for domestic consumptions were arranged. From 1990 onwards, a change in the perspective and thought process was observed in the perspective of globalization, new economic policy, structural adjustment affecting the rural people.

Our Story

Located 8 to 10 kilometers away from the Bay of Bengal, down the rusty red colored road, lies the village Kajla, of a once ruled kingdom of King Kajal.

Inspiration

Inspired by waves of the rising Freedom Movement, a group of enthusiastic youths came forward to form a club namely Milita Banbhab for betterment of their village conditions in the year 1943. During that period the team of Milita Bandhab Club worked on helping serious patients of the community, solved various type of village problems and organized sports, cultural activities and others educational programs and helped common activities of the community.

Struggle

During the year 1945 an enthusiastic youth of the village after completing his Post-Graduate degree returned to his the village and noticed that a group of committed youths had been practicing different types of social service activities in an unorganized way. Then he mobilized those youth and advised them to register the club to avail all the facilities of Government & others in their path of service.

Movement

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, With strong determination, hard labour and voluntary contribution by means of begging (mustibhiksha) they constructed a building and started a Library, a Clinic, Non-formal schools and Supplementary Coaching Centre for the local people. Their involvement was mainly through helping the sick; physically carrying the patients to hospitals, conducting sports and cultural events for the children and youth etc. Finally they got Govt. registration as an organization namely Kajla Janakalyan Samity in the year of 1956.

Objective

To fulfill the above mission & vision, and keeping in mind the present socio-economic condition KJKS has set the following objectives;

Aim

To promote education amongst the villagers, to create awareness, motivating them to gain strength to fight against ignorance, superstition, poverty, exploitation, discrimination, and deprivation.

Vision

To build a society free from exploitation, injustice, pollution. The society would be self-sufficient and people would live in peace irrespective of caste, colour, creed and race.

Mission

To attain Gram Swaraj (Village Self-reliance) through integrated right based development by motivating, developing awareness and ensuring full participation of the target villages and also formation their organization.

Governing Board

KJKS is an open platform for the common people. KJKS follows democracy pattern and participatory approach. Any person/organization from any village can enroll his or her name as a member of the general body of the organization within its operational area. The general body selects “executive body” at an interval of three years. This executive body selects the office bearers and forms a purchase committee. There is a Director who assists the secretary.

Pashupati Nandi

President

Age-84, Occupation- Surveyor.

Akbar Ali Khan

Vice- President

Age-60, Occupation- Social Work.

Swapan Panda

Secretary

Age- 48, Occupation-Social Work

Pranay Kr Pal

Assistant Secretary

Age-35, Occupation- Social Work.

Our Reports

Health Program

That the proverb health is wealth is not well understood by the village folk of Bengal. So, the ageold views on health care have not changed at all. As a result disease, illnesses are their constant companion. Lack of awareness, ignorance coupled

Child Protection Program

The present socio-economic situation cannot give security to save lives of the poor families and their children. Maximum parents of this area are unable to meet up the minimum need of their children. As a result of this, there is the problem of

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