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BSWI was originated in the year of 1961 in the form of a textbook library, education has been its topmost priority all along. The library provides textbooks, learning materials and free tuition to the children of the area. Moreover, hundreds of students up to class XII are provided with books and school-fees so that they can continue their studies. The girls are the focus in this program. The Library is run receiving wholehearted support and donations from the villagers, parents, press, schools and colleges.Today, the Library has become an important division of BSWI and it is continuing its services amongst the poor and curious students. Currently it is helping more than 2100 students (1600 girls) to achieve....
Only 44% of children between 12-23 months are fully immunized against the six major preventable diseases. Nearly 80% of infants have anaemia. Only 52% of women have at least three ante natal care visits and only 39% have access to government services for ante natal care and delivery. Despite India’s impressive economic growth, access to and the quality of healthcare have a long way to go. BSWI works to fill gaps in the system by providing healthcare services. BSWI believes that the concurrent development of preventive and promotive health is crucial to the well -being of those who are unable to afford regular health care. With this in mind, BSWI plays a crucial role in providing health-care facilities......
BSWI is implementing this project in the coastal areas of Kulpi block of South 24 Parganas district those are endemically poor. 15 villages have been brought under this project and 1200 families are getting the benefit of this project. This project is addressing the issues such as gender; women’s literacy; girls’ literacy; livelihood systems and community organizations. The project was started in the year of 2010 and it is still continuing.BSWI is implementing this project involving 500 SHGs and addressing the economic security aspects of the poor rural women. The project currently involves nationalized banks, NABARD, state government and cooperative banks operational in the various project areas...
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