Kick-off Celebration of Sundari Resilience Phase-II

On 25th February 2024, Sunday, Sabuj Sangha has been carrying out social development activities in its long history of environmental protection and disaster response. Sabuj Sangha, a part of this project, has been working for a long time to plant various species of mangroves along the riverbanks of the Sundarbans and to protect them. By creating a Carbon Eco Station, efforts are being made to heal and enrich the environment. Along with the state and central government, various corporate, domestic and foreign voluntary organizations are implementing joint projects in this initiative. At present Bingo Foundation, one of Germany’s corporate organizations and its associate organization IndienHilfe, Germany and Sabuj Sangha tri-party project “Sundari Resilience Phase 2” project started auspiciously at the riverbed near Radhakrishnapur Village of Sagar Island. Representatives of IndienHilfe, Germany, members of Sagar Panchayat Samiti, Deputy Head of Rudranagar Gram Panchayat, members of Radhakrishnapur Village Development Committee, Sabuj Sangha Secretary Ansuman Das and Sagar Island Sabuj Sangha project workers and community people were present in the event. On the occasion, the representative from IndienHilfe, Elizabeth, said that the Sabuj Sangha and IndienHilfe are developing such projects through which they will continue their efforts to increase awareness among people and create public awareness about environmental protection and mangrove conservation. She also said that in the future, along with this mangrove planting, initiatives will be taken to create family-oriented agro-forestry to improve people’s livelihood and health awareness. Secretary of the organization Hon’ble Ansuman Das said that we are very happy that organizations like Bingo Foundation of Germany, have joined us in this initiative. We hope to be able to expand and scale up this work with our domestic corporate organizations and state and central government departments along with these foreign organizations. He finally thanked Bingo Foundation and IndienHilfe for their support in making this project possible.