Manbhum Ananda Ashram Nityananda Trust (MANT)

17, Canal South Road, North Purbachal
700078 Kolkata, West Bengal

Ansprechpartner: Nirmalya Mukherjee

+91-33-2465 1311; +91-9433112437; +91-9433011418


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Über uns

Manbhum Ananda Ashram Nityananda Trust (MANT) is a non-profit, non-racial, non-political, non-religious development organisation registered with the Government of West Bengal, India in 1959-60, working in the field of Basic Education, Health Improvement and Livelihood Development targeted to ameliorate the immense sufferings of the marginalized section of the contemporary society and empower them to strive for their own development in the districts of Purulia, Jalpaiguri, West Medinipur, Bankura and Kolkata of West Bengal, India.

Education & Capacity Building:
• An educational complex was developed through the years in the Manbhum Ananda Ashram with a Co-educational High School, a Basic School, a Rural Library, a Pre-Basic Nursery, a Girls Junior High School, a A Degree College in Arts and Science.
• Adult High School
• Training of Rural Youth for Self-Employment (TRYSEM)
• Capacity Building Programmes
• Awareness Generation among Women Labours
• Survey on Child Labors
• Skill Building Training for Destitute Women
• Promotion of Indian System of Medicines & Homeopathy (ISM&H)
• School AIDS Awareness Programme
• Community Medical Service Course
• Promotion of Effective Response of Kolkata Municipal Corporation to HIV/AIDS
• Generation of Awareness through Road Rally and Road Race in Calcutta
• Workshop on STD/HIV/AIDS for the Health Workers and Village Health Doctors
• Malaria Control Programme
• Disaster Risk Management Project
Livelihood & Environment:
• Afforestation
• Land Reclamation
• Public Cooperation Programme
• Tank Excavation
• Sericulture
• Cooperative Farming
• Micro Watershed Development
• Women Empowerment

Current activities:
• Advocacy on HIV/AIDS
• Tobacco Control: Tobacco Use Prevention Programme among the Youths and Adolescents Living in Two Slums of Kolkata
• Integrated Promotion of Health of Tribal Women and Children
• Total Sanitation Campaign

Nirmalya Mukherjee is the Director of Planning and Programming of MANT.

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