A group of benevolent people of Ashutosh Colony and Shahidnagar Colony area established SAUJATYA for the people of the locality on the 1st day of April’1972. They thought that to work for mankind is more important than any other things. They dreamt of a socialistic pattern of society. Every human being has tremendous potentiality but they are not aware of their own strength. The Managing Committee of Saujatya tried to kindle the light in the lives of poor, uneducated and ignored people of the area. The Managing Committee has started five units the Cultural Unit, Drama Unit, Medical Unit, Relief Unit and Sports Unit. After sometime, the organisation has started Social Welfare Unit to improve the Social economic status of the local people. Hence forth, the organisation has been working in the field of HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT by expending programmes day by day – Creche, Destitute Home, Short-stay-home, Help Line, Swadhar Shelter Home, Family Counselling Centre, and Recreational and Education Tour programmes.
This organisation now hence fulfilling its cherished goal to work in almost all branches of women and child welfare, started to spread its activities towards implementing projects in welfare of older persons and persons with disabilities in the society.
We take action to repair our home building.
To established Old Age Home for poor and aged Men and Women.
To Established Sishu Greh.
Work for Education about atrocities of women.
Residential Medical Centre on Physiotherapy Unit.
Training Centre for Creche mother and Awanganri Workers.
VISSION & MISSION
Our Mission is the sustainable development of marginalised and vulnerable people to improve quality of life through empowerment, education, information, infrastructure development, healthcare provision and economic self-reliance through convergence of services provided by local self-governments.
Our Vision is to secure a society where all people enjoy equal rights and access to equal opportunities.
Our vision is a world where disadvantaged women, vulnerable children and communities have access to basic amenities, and are empowered to improve their quality of life.
In implement different types of Programmes for the Development of the people, the organisation received co-operation, help and support from Government, and Non-Government and other organisations. Saujatya highly appreciated all co-operation and support that has received throughout the year.
1. Ministry of Women and Child Development, Govt. of India.
2. Ministry of Women and Child Development and Social Welfare, Govt. of West Bengal.
3. Ministry of Education, Govt. of West Bengal.
4. Central Social Welfare Board.
5. West Bengal Social Welfare Advisory Board.
6. D. E. P. O. South 24 Parganas.
7. Hospitals of Kolkata.
8. Police Station of West Bengal.
9. Various N. G. O’s
10. Local People