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Tiljala Society for Humans and Educational Development

Org #30854
Vetted since 2015 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
1987
year founded
$175,646
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

*to bring sustainable change in the lives of urban and rural poor in and around Kolkata, India through participatory governance *to bring sustainable development in health, nutrition, education and the protection of children, adolescents and women in need *to restore the basic human rights of children through social participation, community awareness, advocacy at the policy making level and also through direct welfare activities *to sensitize people in India and abroad to take responsibilities for the neglected and motivate them to combat the challenges through cohesive action and sponsorship *to sensitise, organise and mobilise marginalised groups into cohesive bodies *to network and create... read more

Project Leaders
Jane Manson
Jane Manson
Shafkat Alam
Shafkat Alam
Jane Manson
Jane Manson
Helen Bratchell
Helen Bratchell
Parveen Choudhury
Parveen Choudhury
Debasis Panda
Debasis Panda
Team
Mohamed Alamgir, Mohamed S Alam
Organization Information
28A Syed Amir Ali Avenue
3rd Floor
Kolkata, 700017
India
+91 33 22802681
Organization Information
28A Syed Amir Ali Avenue
3rd Floor
Kolkata, 700017
India
+91 33 22802681

Project Reports

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May 3, 2021
From Hope to Despair. COVID crashes through India
This project, thanks to our donors, has enabled Tiljala SHED to provide essential support to our vulnerable beneficiaries particularly over the last terrible year.  When India's lockdown in...
Mar 16, 2021
Back to school at last - India's schools reopen
Kolkata’s schools are back after almost a year. The children in our communities saw their parents lose their livelihoods when the country went into lockdown. A father who cycled a rickshaw or a...
Mar 12, 2021
Getting back to Work
Livelihoods were the first casualty of India’s lockdown. The informal sector – street vendors, rickshaw drivers, domestic helpers, beggars, rag pickers, tailors and all those who work for...
 
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