Amarul Mallick, a poor village tuition teacher from Keshpur, Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal, along with some of his friends had taken an initiative in 2017 to help the poor and needy in every way possible. They are a group of 15 people who work everyday to make the lives of the poor better. This year they registered the initiative with the name Uchahar Public Charitable Trust.
People in their village do not get the correct treatment because of financial problems. They try to support them with the financial aid and help them get a proper treatment from the hospitals. Children who do not get access to schools because of the lack of money are helped by the trust with books and also, with free classes. The trust distributes clothes and food during the festivals among the poor. The 16 villages in their Gram Panchayat area has an access to only 1 ambulance which causes a huge chaos in cases of emergencies, so they are currently working really hard to provide one ambulance from the trust too.
The farmers do not get the appropriate prices for their crops, forcing them to do some other work alongside farming to keep their families running. They help these people by providing them with teachers who teach them various other handicraft activities such as tailoring, making items made of copper, flower vases made of wool, doormats, floor mats, saree with stones on them etc. They are also getting hold of 3 computers recently so that the poor children can learn to use computer. The team members who have knowledge on computer will teach the poor students for free.
The Uchahar Public Charitable Trust is working really hard to make the conditions of the poor villagers better and are trying to make the self sufficient.
The NGO wants to help the poor through these activities but however, do not have much experience or resources, if anyone can guide them, please contact us or can contact them directly at the following given phone numbers.
Amarul Mallick- 8436450214 (Bengali language)
Atibul Chowdhury- 9933368754 (Hindi language)