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Save the tiger victim families of Sundarbans | Help Us to Help Them


Genesis Educational and Charitable Trust (GECT) was established on the 21st April, 2009 to serve the downtrodden of our society. The charitable trust has been relentlessly working for the last 11 years with the poor backward class and underprivileged women and children. From the year 2016, GECT surveyed and started working for the tiger victim families of Sundarbans.

These families belong to various villages of Sundarbans such as :Amlamethi,Shibganj,Bijoynagar,Dayapur,Gosaba,Hamilton Abad,Lahiripur,Luxbagan,Pakhiralay,Sadhupur,Satjalia,Sonagar,Mathurakanda,Ramnagarar,Mitrapur,Jelapara,Hetalbari,Jamespur,Rajatjublee,Satyanarayanpur,Shantigachi,Jahan Colony,GaranKati,Kaikahli,Jamtala,Gopalganj,Katamari,Maipit and Gurguria.We are presently taking care of 750 widowed and underprivileged women and 1000 children in Sundarbans and have successfully completed all our projects like Healthcare, Education, School kit, School Infrastructure Development, Computer Labs with Computer teachers, Food, Health Drinks, Clothing, Sanitation and Hygiene, Clean Drinking Water, Recreational Activities for the children. Recently, GECT has adopted 50 horses to provide proper food, medication and treatment to save these animals of Old Calcutta.

We are looking forward towards our next project :Primary English Medium School in Sundarbans !

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  • 1- 100% Literacy in the next 5 years
  • 2- State of the Art Healthcare
  • 3- Employment for the downtrodden families
  • 4- Industrial Development
  • 5- Protect the largest mangrove forest in the world : Sundarbans
  • 6- Save the Royal Bengal Tigers : Endangered species
  • 7- River Run


Create 100% Literacy in Sundarbans and to generate Employment in Sundarbans! To create a hospital with all modern healthcare facilities in Sundarbans


    Where People Come First
  • A- To educate the children who are 1st generation learners and provide them a means of livelihood
  • B- To create a sustainable environment for the women and underprivileged section of the affected regions of West Bengal.
  • The largest mangrove forest in the world : Sundarbans

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