‘Ensuring New Life to the Lifeless’ is the Goal of Naihati New Life Society and has brought us thus far,
and our journey will continue till we ensure a renewed hope and strength in reality for those who can never achieve by themselves!
“Development starts only when the Humanity is United, Educated and Liberated from the religio-cultural norms and institutions that deprive girls and women of their legitimate rights and place in society; and
Hunger, Ill-health, Poverty and Social Injustices End and Development Sustains only when Decision-making Power retains in the hands of most ordinary citizens especially youth and women including housewives…”
“Human Liberty, Rule of Law and
Gender-just Social Order with Lasting Peace …are the prime signs of Good Governance…” – (CDID & GG).
‘Parenting the Parentless and Not Orphan-Care…’ For we connect every child with a healthy family to grow up with love & care and never to make them feel they’re without parents – essential for a healthy childhood and future life productivities, development of healthy neighbourhood…’Read More +
Preventing Violence against Children & Women, whether verbal or physical … since many a times it leads to permanent damage that decreases child’s growth, intelligentsia, immunity, productivity etc as future citizens …making them socially incapable to live a peaceful life.Read More +
Educating First Generation Learners thru Early Childhood Development Intervention leading to school readiness…it’s proven that an extra year of girls’ education can improve their health and capacity to provide better baby care, control over reproductive health, determine the family size, and contribute to the family.Read More +
Youth-led Market-driven Skill Development for Social Entrepreneurship by using Local Resources supported by technical and non-technical assistance meant to generate employments, self-help opportunities with alternative livelihood to alleviate poverty.Read More +
Collectivizing and empowering the most un-organized citizens into unified strength is the first step for development to begin & sustain and enhance citizens to retain the decision-making power in their hands… thru a dynamic social engineering process called ‘CPAN’ initiated by children and youthRead More +
An Age-appropriate Inclusive Functional Education meant to engage and educate diverse group of citizens in their local context, particularly for those who never had any opportunity of formal schooling or learning for which they lack skills, tools and resources but need to lift themselvesRead More +
Agriculture is the main source of livelihood in Sundarbans for her geographic location, rainfall, climate & available local resources. We train farmers on indigenously developed Paddy with Bio-fertilizers and Bio-pesticides to ensure health of soil-water-livestock-human highly relevantRead More +
‘Community Health Management’ (CHM) comprised of ‘Holistic Health – (HHM) and ‘Patient-Care Management’ – (PCM). The ‘Ambassadors of Holistic Health’ raised by us ensure the healthcare products reaching the beneficiaries, instrumental in preventing epidemic say Covid-19Read More +
Developing resilient communities with practices for sustainable use of natural resources, protecting and rebuilding Coastal Ecology with a ‘Whole Community Approach’. We mobilize thousands of children, youth, farmers, housewives to undertake Large-Scale Mangrove Planting as Social ForestryRead More +
We conduct cultural competitions and promote Indigenous People’s Rights over their natural places of domicile, say forests and river-side on which their livelihood depend, and they in turn preserve it, since they worship trees and river as their living Deities and sources of life. An alternative wayRead More +
The ‘Naihati New Life Society’- (NNLS) is a Not-For-Profit, Association of Citizens,led by a group of Women and Youth of Repute with a Mission to ensure Social Justice for the most deprived Children Without Parents, Physically Challenged And Rescued From Trafficking And Exploitations, And Adolescent Girls, Housewives – victims of early marriage, family violence, human trafficking and particularly ‘Widows – the victims of ‘Human-Animal Conflits’ belonging to Fishing, Farming, Indigenous And Tribal Communities In Some Of The Most Difficult To Reach Islands Of Sundarbans, in South West Bengal, India.
The ‘Naihati New Life Society’ is on the Special Mission called ‘Save Sundarbans’, For It’s Ecological And Geographical Importance In Whole Of South Asia and the gravity of acute challenges faced by the Indigenous and Forest Dependant inhabitants known as Read More +
Our vision of developing an egalitarian society devoid of illiteracy, ill-health and inter-generational poverty, in which everyone enjoys economic and social justice,Read More +
The primary mission of ‘Naihati New Life Society’ as an Association of Citizens, is to Collectivize, Educate and Empower the most Un-organized and Powerless Citizens with ToolsRead More +
Naihati New Life Society’ pursues to achieve Five Essential Programmatic Goals to ensure ‘Holistic Community Development with Social Justice, with a special focusRead More +
The ‘NNLS’ has ten major Objectives in order to fulfil the above said Vision and Missions, and always strives to…Actively promote ‘Education Without Boundary’-Read More +
The larger part of our target region especially the islands of Sunadarbans has become extremely critical with under-developed local economy (LED) for lack of proper resources. Mono-crop agriculture,
destruction of natural Mangroves (known as Sundari Plants), islands without road connectivity and the topography of the region makes it extremely vulnerable to natural calamities in alost every year
destroying most of the food crops, livestock, fresh water along with the out-breaks of several epidemics.
Out of dire necessity thousands of youth, adolescent girls including housewives – victims of early marriage and family separation resort to unsafe economic migration that often ends up in human trafficking in
person for sexual and economic exploitation and come up with several life-threatening diseases, and that’s why India’s South West Bengal, known as one of the most hot-spots (source point) of Human Trafficking
in South Asia.