‘Observation of Global Hand Washing Day’
Only proper hand washing can prevent 42% of diseases.



“Global Hand Washing Day” was observed in Mahabatnagar Kailashpur Milan Siksha Sadan of Nandakumarpur Gram Panchayat in which the adolescent students of 13 to 18 years age-group, the Assit. Programme Coordinator & other team members of Community Health Prograame, ASHA worker, regional manager of Nandakumarpur, coordinator of water sanitation and Hygiene programme, the Director of Sabuj Sangha and local Gram Panchayat Pradhan were present.

Assit. Programme Coordinator of community health programme facilitated the introductory session and the Director, in his speech, asked participants about the key times of hand washing but none of them could reply properly. He realized, it was because of lack of awareness and he discussed about the significance of the day, why we are observing the day, majority of people don’t know about the importance of hand washing properly, the key times of hand washing and its process. He added, if we wash our hands with soap at key times we can prevent almost fifty per cent of water and vector borne diseases. It was suggested, the health workers should include the issue of hand washing in the agenda of community level meetings with the pregnant women, SHG members, adolescents and others. He questioned the participants, how many of them take bath in pond and majority responded ‘yes’. In this issue the Director elaborated about the ill effect of bathing in the pond because; many people defecate near the pond and runoff water during rain carries excreta into the pond and pollute pond water. Besides; the pond water is being polluted because people washing clothes in the pond, cleaning utensils, using pond water for bathing of domestic animals etc. As such; bathing in the pond causes infection and suffering of several diseases and poor health. Further, he came to the topics of necessity of awareness and education of people especially adolescent girls and advised the adolescent participants that; they should continue their study to be educated for their future because they are the future mother and a child of educated mother never will illiterate. The State Government has created opportunity for girl’s education through its “Kannashree” scheme.

The Gram Pnchayat Pradhan in his speech discussed maintaining regular hand washing practice to keep our health disease free as well as to preserve environment through tree plantation, maintaining cleanliness, abstain from plastic material use and open defecation etc. Later, he wanted to know about the status of bank accounts of the girls under ‘Kannashree’ scheme and ensured, all the girls are getting the benefit of the scheme to continue their study. He added and advised the girls, not to get married before eighteen years of age.

One quiz session was conducted by the regional manager of Nandakumarpur which was enjoyed by all the participants with joy and gaiety. During discussion some pictorial charts on adverse effect of open defecation, mode of communication of bacteria, bad effect of not washing hands properly, scattered disposal of garbage & waste material etc. were used also presented through PowerPoint presentation. The process of maintaining safe water chain was also demonstrated. He also highlighted, because of infection by bacteria, virus and parasite of excreta and using polluted water people especially children suffer most from diarrhea, typhoid, jaundice etc. about 3, 60,000 children die in India every year.

The coordinator of water sanitation and Hygiene programme of Sabuj Sangha demonstrated the process of hand washing along with the local Gram panchayat Pradhan. The programme was ended conveying thanks to all participants.

Mobile Medical Camp at Patharpratima:



The Mobile Health Camps are conducted in different locations of far off islands of the operational area every week by the qualified doctor, nurse, paramedic and community health workers. The camp locations are finalized, disseminate information about date, time and service available in the health camp etc. and logistic arrangements are made beforehand. The island people of all categories, pregnant women, lactating mothers access services at their doorsteps. The local Self-help groups (SHGs) closely associated with Sabuj Sangha are also involved in campaign and awareness generation on health issues.

Patharpratima CD Block is bounded by Mathurapur I and Mathurapur II CD Blocks in the north, Sundarbans forests in the east, Bay of Bengal in the south. Patharpratima has 241.9 km of embankments, the 2nd highest amongst the 13 Sundarban CD Blocks. Breaches in these embankments varied from 5.9 km in 2002-03 to 18.8 km in 2005-06. Embankments raised along rivers are of critical importance for the safety of lives and protection of crops, against daily tides and tidal surges. Technologically the embankment structures are weak and there is need of proper drainage of accumulated rain water through sluice gates. Crude cuts in embankments for drainage of accumulated rain water and channels built for providing water to large fisheries (bheris) also add to the hazards. Cyclones and tropical depressions are regular threats.

After through survey of the areas in the remotest part of the Sundarban areas, especially the most interior part of Patharpratima Sabujn Sangha came to know that health support is the vital section what the people of these areas are mostly deprived of. Therefore, the organization took an initiative to operate a Mobile Medical Unit. Presently, the unit is working significantly. Everyday in a week they visit the sites for the mobile health check up and diagnostics with qualified and experienced doctors. Mobile Medical Unit of Sabuj Sangha has become their only and easiest solution to know, diagnose and treat their health hazards.The sites are mentioned below---

Monday

Bonoshyam Nagar, Gangapur Ghat

Tuesday

G Plot, Toter Bazar Ghat

Wednesday

Sridhar Nagar, Kayal bazaar ghat

Thursday

Sridhar Nagar, Rakhalpur Ghat

Friday

Bonoshyam Nagar, Aswini Maiti Ghat

Saturday

Brajaballavpur, Judhisthir Jana Ghat

 

In July 2017, 998 Reproductive and Child Health Services are dealt with in these areas. 7 cases are provided by the doctors to the mothers and child who are referred to the camp by the ANMs or other local health workers. Some of them attended the camps on their own and they sought services related to the reproductive and child health including ante natal and post natal check ups. In this very month there were 487 cases where treatment and counseling of adolescent girls and women in the reproductive age group were treated. Besides, there were 22 referral of complicated cases. In addition to these, there were 72 diagnostic cases in which investigation facilities like TC, DC, ESR, Haemoglobin, routine urine and stool test occurred.

The number of such cases increased significantly in the next month that is in the August of 2017. In this period of time 1274 Reproductive and Child Health Services are diagnosed and treated by the doctors of Mobile Medical Units. 5 patients attended the camps on their own. 546 cases are handled for the treatment and counseling of the adolescent girls and women in the reproductive age group. There are 1274 curative case of the treatment of minor ailments and minor surgical procedures. There is 23 referral or complicated cases which the registered doctors of the Medical Mobile Unit have dealt with. 88 diagnostic cases in which investigation facilities like TC, DC, ESR, Haemoglobin, routine urine and stool test occurred.

The Mobile Medical Unit experience and struggle with some problems too. They are troubled with the funding problem to access all the things above. They are working passionately and with sheer determination, they long to continue their service as well if they are provided with proper support like necessary medical and medical related equipments, drugs, consumables and logistics and engagement of manpower.

CELEBRATION OF WORLD FIRST DAY -2017
“Take some time to lerarn first aid and CPR. It saves lives and it works”
Bobby Sherman.



World First Day is an annual observance celebrated on every second Saturday of September. This year World First Aid Day has been celebrated on 14 th of September throughout the world.

In this special occasion, a First Aid Awareness campaign has been organized by Swarnalata Sabuj Seva Sadan, a rural hospital run by Sabuj Sangha, in the remote villages of Sundarban namely…Nandakumarpur Gram Panchayat, Laxmi Janardanpur Gram Panchayat, Herambagopalpur Gram Panchayat and Achintya Nagar Gram Panchayat, for the vulnerable community of these villages. A team of four doctors namely Dr. Jaharlal Samanta, Dr. Antony Mallik, Dr. Amitava Choudhury, Dr. Avijit Patra, was formed to organize the whole programme with the help of other members of Swarnalata Sabuj Seva Sadan.

In those four villages four different events has been held with the local villagers including students of different school, guardians, adolescence girls, members of different self help groups etc. The committee of this expertise doctors discussed many issues regarding first Aid. What is first Aid, Why we should have basic knowledge of First Aid, what next after taking first Aid etc. Various basic but important issues of First Aid what villagers face in their daily life like burning in fire, snake biting( the most common thing in the villages), electric shock, breaking hands-legs, basic viral fever, benefits of breast feeding for the newly born baby has been came out from the participants. The expertise group of four doctors tried their level best to make them understood and acquired basic knowledge to overcome those odds, through different practical activities, demonstration , conversation , questionnaire etc.

In a conversation with the local Gram panchayat , Dr. Jaharlal Samanta, a member of the committee said, “First Aid is not always provided by the medical personnel. In emergency situations, ordinary people often have to provide first aid to save lives.”

Dr. Amitabha Chowdhuri , another member of the committee added, “first aid did not necessarily require prior knowledge and could involve improvisation. However, if the person does not know what they are doing they might cause more harm than good and here lies the importance of such awareness campaign.”

The celebration of the day raises public awareness about the First Aid, how it can saves lives in every day life and during crisis situation. Swarnalata Sabuj Seva Sadan encourages people to learn the basics of First aid training or at least educate themselves practicing any available, reliable sources they have and we believes it can makes a difference to a great extent.

OBSERVATION OF WORLD SIGHT DAY



The eyes have it every human being knows the value of his/her eyes. 8th October is observed as world Sight Day throughout the World. Sabuj Sangha run a Hospital Swarnalata Sabuj Seva Sadan. They Organised a health programme on the title Community Health Programme to observe the World Sight Dayof the year on 8th October 2017 at Swarnalata Sabuj Seva Sadan. A free eye check up and operation screening camp was arranged by the health programme committee of Swarnalata Sabuj Seva Sadan where it was total free of cost for the people who had registered their name on the stipulated days. The programme was a great success and had an immense impact on the community as they were very interested to gather in the programme . Many enthusiasts of the community were present in the programme. Who got their eyes check up and tested their eyes for operation screening at totally free of cost . The Camp started at 10 O’ Clock in the morning and went on until 4.30 PM. Two eminent doctor were present and supervised the entire camp. They had tirelessly done their work and handled the people skillfully who had turned up to get the free check up. The Programme and the camp was very successfully done as it is remarkable to mention that 138 person had earlier registered their name on the stipulated dates to ensure their free eyes check up and free operation screening test and among them 119 people turned up in the camp for the entire course of the camp to get the facilities of the programme . They had retired home happily as they got quality check up at the camp among the 119 people who got their eyes check up, 98 patient are prescribed to wear spectacles and 11 patient identified cataract operation as they were diagnosed with far sightedness or hypermetropia or other complications of their eyes. The person who were diagnosed with the complication were provided free medicine from the cam itself.

An orientation & induction of “New Horizons” (Enhancing vocational & life skills of adolescent / youth of marginalized slum population to ensure their dignified livelihood options) project supported by Save the Children, Bal Raksha.



On 20.06.2017 an induction cum orientation about the finance and program of “New Horizons” project was held at Sabuj Sangha central office (Kolkata) with the presence of save the children (funding agency of New Horizons project).

From save the Children Mrs. Susmita Guha(Project Manager) , Mr. Sujoy Bannerjee (Assistant Finance Manager), Mrs Piyali Sen & Mr Subrato Pal (Project Officers) & Mrs Sangeeta Ghosh (Project Assistant ) & from Sabuj Sangha Mr Ansuman Das ( Secretary/ director Sabuj sangha), Mr. Manas Chakraborty ( Sr. Program Manger), Mr. Sajalendu Deb (Senior Finance Coordinator), Mr. Umar Farooque ( Accounts Officer), Mr. Soumya Sengupta ( Supervisor), Mr. Biplab Brahma ( Project Coordinator) was attend this program and discussed about the financial system of save the children along with the yearly action plan formats briefly. And it was concluded after the meeting that both of the organization will followed the project all finance & program related aspect and findings the challenges and planed the alternative way out in future. Mr Ansuman Das (Secretary/ director Sabuj Sangha) was given the vote of thanks to work together to support for achieving successful implementation of ‘New Horizons” project……

Monthly Report on Mobile Medical Camp (Madarihat block)

For the month of May-2017

The tea gardens are located in remote places and so, there is no garden hospital. The location of the BPHC is very far from the residences of tea garden workers. When they suffer from any disease, they can’t avail government facilities going to government hospitals as they have monetary problem. They also cannot do hard work for their weaknesses and hypertension due to insufficient food intake except collecting tea leafs. Continuing of the garden owners and the government created such an atmosphere in tea garden areas where primary treatment has remained a distant dream. It is observed that considerable numbers of people are illiterate, especially among the adivasis. That is why they don’t know how to take care of health.

That is why; during this month also we conducted medical camp by MBBS doctor in six (6) mentioned tea garden areas of Madarihat block.

In our mobile medical camps, every doctor has checked the patients very carefully. We have provided different types of medicine to the patients according to their needs.

This month we conducted 26 medical camps in mentioned six different tea garden areas of madarihat block. Total 2347 patients were checked by MBBS doctor and diagnostic tests were done for 160 patients by lab technician. We sent 75 patients to government hospital for higher facilities as referral cases. <

Through our medical camp many patients have cured by taking proper medicine. This month we found different types of patients like; gastro-intestinal problems, hypertension, sugar, anemia diabetes etc. All the time we are trying to provide good services to the patients. Now-a-days all the patients are very happy for getting good treatment. They also thanked Sabuj sangha and Government health department for benevolent services.

Monthly Report on Medical Camp

For the month of April-2017

In the month of April 2017 we organized medical camp in six different closed tea garden areas of Madarihat Block. Most of the areas of Madarihat block are covered by tea gardens. People of those location, were suffering different kinds of diseases. The most common symptoms for respiratory ailments are fever with cough, weakness, diabetes, hypertension and breathing problem. The major digestive system related symptoms is intestinal gas, pain in lower abdomen etc.

In April 2017 we had organized 23 medical camps in six different places; (1) Dhumsipara, (2) Hantupara, (3) Garganda, (4) Birpara, (5) Dimdima and (6) Kuheli club Tulsipara. Total 2163 patients were checked during April 2017 and among them, 56 were the pregnant mothers, Children with diarrhea were 89 and children with ARI were 54. Blood test done for 154 patients and 47 patients were referred to higher facilities to Government Hospital.

In Dhumsipara tea garden, people were suffering from cold and cough with fever, hypertension and anemia etc. We have provided appropriate medicine to the patients according to doctor’s advice.

In Tulsipara tea garden we have seen most of the patients of this garden were suffering from itching. Itching was found on whole body of the patients. Those patients were suffering for 2 years. They collected medicine from our medical camp. Next time when we visited the itching patients, we found that the problem was cured than before to a certain extent.

In Hantupara tea garden, people were suffering from anemia, diarrhea and diabetes etc. According to Doctor’s opinion, 95 per cent patients were suffering from anemia in Hantupara tea garden. We have given Iron tablets and syrup, Complex tablets to all anemia patients through medical camp.

In Dimdima tea garden area, we found hypertension patients. 90 per cent patients were suffering from hypertension. All patients were aged. Most of the patient’s BP levels were 200/100, 180/110, 160/90 etc. Doctor referred those patients with high BP level to the nearby Government Hospital for higher facilities, even though we have given BP control medicine to the patient through our medical camp according to doctor advice.

Most of the patients of Garganda tea garden area were suffering from Diabetes. The blood sugar levels of those patients have been checked through medical camp by qualified Lab Technician. We have provided sugar control medicine in our camp. Many of the diabetes patients became normal by taking our sugar control medicine.

In April, we have also given family planning counseling to all the eligible couples in six different medical camp locations by GNM nurse, during medical camp. She advised the couples by giving family planning materials.

Monthly Report on Mobile Medical Camp (Madarihat Block)

For the month of March-2017

Madarihat block is situated near the Bhutan border in northern part of the west Bengal. Most of the people of Madarihat Block live in Tea Garden area. Their main occupation is tea garden worker. For the time being, most of the tea gardens of Madarihat block have been closed down due to some technical problem. So, many of the labourers have no income source to maintain their family properly. That is the big challenges to them to overcome this critical situation. People get water through a pipe line, which is connected with Bhutan. The pipes are often damage yet; there is no initiative for repairing either by the Panchayat or by the garden owners. Safe drinking water is very big crisis in the closed and sick garden areas. Men and women even little boys and girls carry water in big polythene jars hanging on both sides of bi-cycle from far sources. Collection of water is the most important issue in their daily life. As such, using unsafe water regularly causes dysentry, diarrhea and other water brone diseases also skin related problem etc.

From 3rd March 2017, Friday, we had started mobile medical camp in six different closed tea Garden areas of Madarihat block under Alipurduar district. We are providing health checkup & treatment services to people through mobile medical camp in six (6) tea garden areas selected by BMOH of Madarihat block. The six tea garden locations are-(1).Dhumsipara, (2). Hantupara, (3).Garganda, , (4) Birpara ,, (5) Dimdima , and (6).Tulsipara (kuheli club) tea garden. We visited the fields for medical camp in different six places according to microplan, recommended by CMOH. Mobile Medical Camps are conducted for six (6) hours, from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. It has been observed that; the people of these mentioned tea garden areas are usually suffer from different kinds of diseases like gastro-intestinal problems, hypertension, sugar, anemia etc. People of these tea garden areas are also suffer from few environmental health problems as skin related problem, itching in hand and legs etc. The impact of arsenic poisoning in water is quite visible; the most common symptoms are respiratory ailments, fever with cough, weakness and difficulty in breathing. The major digestive system related symptoms is intestinal gas, pain in lower abdomen etc.

Moreover; the people of that mentioned areas were not getting proper treatment by qualified MBBS doctor, because most of the tea gardens of Madarihet block have been closed. There is only one BPHC hospital in Madarihat block and from our every camp, BPHC hospital is nearly about 15 kms away. People of these areas can’t avail government service due to distance factor also financial constraints. That is why we organized mobile medical camp programme in these six different places, which is under National Health Mission (NHM).

We had conducted 25 such mobile medical camps in March 2017. In these camps health of all the men, women, children aged persons were checked, examined and provided mediines.

During the reporting month, total 1771 patients were treated through our mobile medical camp. Among them, 133 patients received diagnostic tests according to advice of the doctor. 44 patients were referred to higher facilities to Birpara State General Hospital for further treatment. Most of the patients with itching, hypertension, diabetes, cold and cough problems were cured through our camp by getting proper medicine.

Special cares have been provided to pregnant women through different kinds of test like HIV, Hemoglobin, Blood group etc. The pregnant women were also provided medicines to like Calcium, Iron tablets etc. according to doctor’s advices.

This is a very big challenging work to cure the patient in short time through mobile medical camp. It needs long term process. Government should take further initiative to provide more facilities for the patients through medical camp.

Two days National Seminar on Current Trend and Challenges for Education in India

Sabuj B.Ed. College, The West Bengal University of Teachers Training, Education Planning and Administration affiliated and National Council for Teacher Education recognized teachers’ training institute for in-service and pre-service teachers of government run secondary and higher secondary schools is an educational wing of Sabuj Sangha, a government accredited non-Government organization, is located at the remotest part of the Sunderban region at Nandakumarpur, Raidighi, South 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India where it has opened a great scope for the rural youths to get higher education which was previously a mere dream to them because of their distant location from the town.

Despite; having numbers of insoluble adversities, the Honorable Secretary of Sabuj B. Ed. College, Mr. Ansuman Das always introspects for something new and innovative without being afraid to get challenges. This is the reason why some current trends and challenges for education in India strike hard in his mind that; he thought need to be discussed urgently so that, the problems which are some burning issues may highlighted in presence of some nationally renowned professors who set the standards of education for the country.

This is the background of the two days’ National Seminar that was organized by Sabuj B.Ed. College on 9th and 10th June 2017 based on the theme Current Trends and Challenges for Education in India. Eminent professors from several universities throughout the state and the country were present as the prominent speakers of the seminar. In addition to them, teachers and the headmasters from the local schools took part in the discussion. Hundreds of students, research scholars, lecturers, professors and educationists were arrived too. Teacher and student from two African countries Uganda and Rowanda delivered their speeches and participated in the technical question answer session. The teachers, students and education enthusiasts from Ireland who were figuratively nine participated with equal enthusiasm and took their share in the discussion. Besides, a student from the Symbiosis International University, Pune, India spoke his point of view. An officer from Indian Air Force, Panchayet Pradhan of Nandakumarpur village were too felicitated along with the secretary of the college, administrator of the college, the Principals, other distinguished personalities and eminent professors on the stage.

It was a multicultural seminar where education enthusiasts from several parts of the globe as well as several parts of Indian sub-continent were under the same shade for two days to contribute for the betterment of the national and international points of education. They all discussed actively and elaborately on the present situation of education. Many topics were discussed as the sub themes of the seminar such as Digital India and Role of Education, Education for Sustainable Development, Gender Education in India, Globalization in India, Information Communication Technology in Education, Issues and Challenges Concerning Inclusive Education, Issues and Challenges for Teacher Education, Need of Value Education in 21st century, Need for Yoga Education, Policies for Teacher Education, Innovations in Education, Privatization in Education, Teacher Education: A Paradigm Shift, Women Empowerment and Education and other related topics. <

On 9th June 2017, which was the 1st day of the seminar, the first edition of the college magazine “Ankuran” was inaugurated and published just before the commencement of the technical session. This day was highly remarkable as three famous professors from different universities were present as the resource persons. Dr. B. K. Panda, Associate Professor, Regional Institute of Education, Bhubaneswar; Dr. Debabrata Debnath, Associate Professor, Head of the Department, Department of Education, Gourbanga University; Dr. Bijan Sarkar, Associate Professor, Department of Education, Kalyani University were the main speakers for the day. The 2nd day, which was on 10th June, was just the continuation of the first day with the gracious presence of two more distinguished professors; Dr. Usashi Kundu Dey, Assistant Professor, Co-Coordinator, Department of Education, Diamond Harbour Women’s University and Dr. Mrinal Mukherjee, Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Bankura who played the role of the speakers. The Irish personnel, the Africans and the student from Symbiosis International University, Pune delivered their speeches after the professors executed their power point presentation, explanation and question answer session. Everybody concerned opined at the end of the seminar that it was completely successful and perfect. Sabuj B. Ed. College, if gets support from the society, can contribute furthermore with this kind of meaningful events to eradicate various types of hazards affecting country’s education structure because they believe that sustainable development is possible only when every citizen of a country is educated.

Celebration of 42nd Foundation Day of Sabuj Sangha

Sabuj Sangha has observed its 42nd Foundation Day on 12 Dec, 2016 at Nandakumarpur, Mathurapur II block, South 24 Parganas. Some eminent stakeholders were present in the Programme including the GP and block level government functionaries. The MLA of Raidighi Constituency, Ms. Debashree Roy was present in the Programme as a Chief Guest. Other than Mr. SibasankarGiri, President, Mr. Ansuman Das Director / Secretary & Governing Body Member Dr. S.P. Sinha Roy, the other dignitaries who were present were Mr. PutulGayen, Sabhapati, Mathurapur II Panchayat Samity, Dakkhin 24 Parganas, Mr. AbdurRauf, eminent social worker, Ex – Karmadhakhya, Dakkhin 24 Parganas JillaParishad, Mr. RajaniBera, Karmadhakhya, Purta and Paribahan, Patharpratima PanchayatSamiti, Dakkhin 24 Parganas, Ms. SunitiBhuniya, Karmadhakhya, Naree-o- ShishuKalyan, Patharpratima PanchayatSamiti, Dakkhin 24 Parganas, Mr. DilipMandal, JugmaSamashtiUnnayanAdhikarik, Patharpratima Samashti, Dakkhin 24 Parganas, Dr. AlokeJaldata, Social Worker and Doctor of DaimondHarbourMahakuma Hospital, Mr. Rabindranath Bera, Pradhan, Digambarpur Gram Panchayat, Patharpratima PanchayatSamiti, Dakkhin24 Parganas,

Mr. AshwiniMidya, Pradhan, Lakkhijanardanpur Gram Panchayat, Patharpratima PanchayatSamiti, Dakkhin 24 Parganas, Ms. JharnaSau, Pradhan, Kumrapara Gram Panchayat, Mathurapur II PanchayatSamiti, Dakkhin 24 Parganas, Dr. SandhyaBhaduri, Retired Deputy Director, National Atlas Organisation, Govt. of India.

The Programme has marked with the development journey of the Organisation stated by Mr. Ansuman Das and followed by significant government functionaries deliberating their experience with Sabuj Sangha in line with the development of the area. The Programmehas also experienced the launch of Organisation's Annual report of 2015 – 2016 by the Chief Guest followed by cutting of a cake by her made by the women from the SHGs running a German Bakery in that area. In the evening a Cultural Programme has been observed by the children and adolescents associated with different Institutions of Sabuj Sangha namely the Upper Primary School, Primary Teacher's Training Institute, B. Ed College etc.

Observation of World AIDS Day

On 1st Dec, 2016, Thursday, at 11 am in the morning, the World AIDS Day has been observed in which the workers of Swarnalata Sabuj SevaSadan, doctors, nurses and other people associated with Sabuj Sangha have participated in the Programme. The ANMs (120) of MadhusudanChowk have also participated in the Programme. All the participants have taken part in the rally started from Swarnalata Sabuj SevaSadan and ended at Nandakumarpur Gram Panchayat Office. After that, a discussion and a quiz contest have taken place in Sabuj Sangha campus. Mr. Ansuman Das, Director / Secretary of the Organisation has talked about the significance of the Day and after that Dr. Biswajit Bose has talked about the disease in detail. The Programme ended with an interactive session between the participants, the doctor and the Director.

Sabuj Sangha identified and selected as a Technical Agency under National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB)

Recently, Sabuj Sangha has been identified and selected as a Technical Agency by Diamond Harbour Health District for NPCB Recurrent Grant Scheme as per the District Health & Family Welfare Samiti (DHFWS) Meeting Resolution dated 10.11.2016. National Programme for Control of Blindness was launched in the year 1976 as a 100% Centrally Sponsored scheme with the goal to reduce the prevalence of blindness from 1.4% to 0.3%.

Selection of Mobile Medical Unit under NHM

Sabuj Sangha has selected for the Mobile Medical Unit in AlipurduarDistrict and the Diamond Harbour Health District, Govt. of West Bengalunder the National Health Mission (NHM) of Government of India.

World sight Day-2016

On 8th October 2016, with joint collaboration of The Hans Foundation and the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Sabuj Sangha observed the "World Sight Day'' through organizing one free Eye Screening Camp at Rural Health & Training Centre (Rural Hospital of the organization) in Nandakumarpur village under Mathurapur II development block of South 24 Parganas. Patients with sight problems were gathered in the hospital since morning and were provided with eye care services. More than 141 patients from two (2) operational blocks were registered in this screening camp. Patients were examined by the doctor, prescribed medicine and advised accordingly.