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Association For Safety of Human Right And Monitoring

8, Naya Patty Road, Kolkata M:9831150458
Kolkata, West Bengal
9331054265
Contact: Tamal Das, Shila Das ( Chief Functionary )
Mobile Number: Not Available
E-mail: ashramngo@gmail.com
Website: Not Available

Activities: Health/Nutrition,Physically & Mentally Challenged,Others

Activities: Fight for Disable Right 

Aim/Objective/Mission:  

a) To run, maintain, manage and carry on the above society for the welfare of the people and to do all social welfare activities for the welfare of the people; b) To organise awareness program such as The right to education, the right to take part in cultural life, the right to freedom of opinion and expression, including the right to seek, receive and impart information, the right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its applications; c) To promotion and protection of human rights through education, training and dissemination of information through partners and networks by sharing of knowledge, imparting of skills and moulding of attitudes directed to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms; development of the human personality and the sense of its dignity; the promotion of understanding, tolerance, the enabling of all persons to participate effectively in a free and democratic society governed by the rule of law; the building and maintenance of peace; and the promotion of people-centered sustainable development and social justice; d) To arrange an organise protective monitoring such as rendering of humanitarian assistance for indigent people, Fight against Racism, discrimination and Xenophobia, Fight against inhumanity, mental and physical torture, abuse, exploitation and injustice especially on women and children, Rights for freedom, liberty and peaceful leaving for woman and Child, Promote Women Workers’ / labour Social Rights; e) To ensure and fight to protect the rights to all underprivileged children who could be street children, girl children, children bonded in labor, children of commercial sex workers, physically and mentally challenged children and children in juvenile institutions and the rights of all children, socio-economically deprive may be classified as under

i The right to survival - to life, health, nutrition, name and nationality

ii The right to development - to education, care, leisure, recreation

iii The right to protection - from exploitation, abuse, neglects iv The right to participation

- to expression, information, thought and religion f) To work for the happiness of the needy downtrodden people for their primary need such as food, cloth, education etc; g) To encourage the unemployment youths in various small scale industries scheme for their self dependent in life; h) To aware the people about their health and to arrange for free medical or sponsor treatment organise by government or healthcare institutes or NGOs’ or Voluntary organisation; i) To arrange an organise education and approach to HIV/AIDS Prevention, Treatment and Care by learning opportunity for all to develop the knowledge, skills and competencies, values and attitude that will limit the transmission and impact the of the virulent disease; j) To Education of girls and woman to priority in order to transform relations between women and men at all levels of society and promote equal cultural patterns in gender relations as regards to HIV/AIDS prevention; k) To combating HIV and AIDS-related stigma against increased vulnerability of young girls and women to HIV/AIDS and the general “feminization” of the epidemic. Fight against Human Trafficking of woman and children; l) To aware and educate to exchanges HIV/AIDS information through a multilingual, interactive Video conferencing and broad caste video, graphical presentation, Workshop and vocational training through networks and chain management; m) To arrange divisional training-of-trainers workshop on culturally appropriate and gender-sensitive, age-responsive reporting on HIV and AIDS in the sensitive zones; n) To organise food and shelter for survival to everyone under below poverty line, including the vulnerable such as women, children, the elderly, the sick, physical handicaps, mentally ill, and victims of natural disasters and riots; o) To establish the right to live everyone with legal protection from forced eviction, harassment and other threats, provision for housing for inhabitants in a safe and healthy location as well as access to schools, health care, transport and other services with out compromising the basic needs; p) To provide Facilitation service for the type of clothing to be made available to those in need, in particular the poor, depends on the respective cultural, climatic and other conditions in the country that enable them to appear in public without shame; q) To provide Facilitation service to the communities to get minimum Infrastructural services essential for survival such as safe drinking water, sanitation, healthcare, security and nutrition; r) To promoter self-help methodology to combating exploitative migration of women and children by strengthening most deprived communities and to provide human security to the eradication of poverty and nutrition; s) To promoting sustainable environments by enhancing local and indigenous knowledge and create Self Help Group for self-employment earning for survivals; t) To provide and arrange to provide necessary relief to the affected in terms of food, famine, pestilence and other calamities by nature; u) To arrange for free distribution of books, clothes, blankets and food etc. to the needy people on various occasions. v) To organise ambulance for free rendering services to the needy patients and to organise blood donation camp from time to time. w) To impart social welfare program such as civic education programs for Illiterate and distress people, early Childhood Education for 3-6 Age Group Children, advocacy for social-economic upliftments and judicial protection, render of Para-legal services, caring for Orphaned Children, support & assistance Sexual abuse, physically abuse, drug abuse, natural Disaster Management & rescue, hazardous Management of virulent disease & precaution, support to Training and Employment Programme for Women, publish news for welfare, awareness and protection against injustice.; x) To promote cultural and literary like Music, Art, Literature, painting, Photography, Videography, Cinematography, Journalism, Mass Communication and opening educational & training institutions to explore the talents; y) To conducting theatre plays, producing video and movie documentaries on social causes including propagation of de-adiction programme, welfare and development of SC, ST & OBC, women and child welfare and to publish useful literary works for the welfare and development; z) To promote literacy, scientific, cultural and social improvement of all classes of community, of both sexes, by providing facilities for reading room. Library, concerts, lecturers, competitions and entertainment.

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