Mallarpur Naisuva is a non government organization registered in 1995 under the society registration act. It began to rise by focusing on rural development activities. The organization was initiated under the guidance of Dr. Ashok Pathak when he was a doctor practicing in his chamber in Mallarpur. He wanted to develop a team which would cadre to the needs of poor people in rural villages. Dr. Pathak took up a mission to build up a cadre of socially conscious youth in the field of community development through capacity building, mainstreaming and strengthening civil society partnership by enhancing participation, contributing to policy and organizing community organization programmes. Dr. Pathak along with Shri Sadhan Sinha, a National Service Volunteer of Nehru Yuva Kendra at Birbhum started mobilizing local youth for road repairing, organizing blood grouping camps etc. The first venture of Naisuva was helping and rescuing people from Meteldanga village during the 2000 floods. Presently Mallarpur Naisuva [MNS] have have entered 29th year of its existence.. Their main activity of field of Micro-Insurance has developed as a benchmark achievement. Their collaborative effort with Block and district organizations is its key strength. Today MNS has been working in more than 10 fields like Women Empowerment, Financial Inclusion of poor, Youth development, Vocational Training, Empowerment of Women Self help groups, Consumer Awareness programme, Health & Hygiene, Farmers development, child development, Vermicompost project etc. It gets financial support from renowned institutions like NABARD, State Bank of India, Lead Bank, Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan Birbhum, Various Departments of Government of West Bengal and Government of India.
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Mallarpur Naisuva has been fighting against diabetes for the last 1 decade
According to the International Diabetes Federation Atlas 2015, an estimated 69.2 million Indians are diabetic, which as per the WHO assessment, stood at 63 million in the year 2013. The estimates depict that diabetes prevalence has alarmingly doubled and so far has grown by over 100% in the past 15 years. Mallarpur Naisuva has come forward to face the challenge of Diabetes. Mallarpur Naisuva has been organizing Awareness & Screening Camps on Diabetes & Diabetes Foot Check-up Camps since 2007. Under-privileged indigenous people are the main target groups of the diabetes awareness and screening programme. The fight against Diabetes continues……