AHAAR FOR ALL
The Sundarbans epitomize the largest mangrove forest of the world. A sight of the Royal Bengal Tigers or the deadliest crocodiles is perceived to be a rare experience for the tourists, all across India. It’s quite true that the lush green canvas, rivers, migratory birds and animals portray the wild nature of Eastern India. But we are completely unknown of a different story which is prevalent in these regions since years. Poverty, illiteracy, health and malnutrition are just the opposite side of the beauty coin. Amlamethi, Mathurakhanda, Bijoynagar, Satjelia, Pakhiralay, Lahiripur, Jamespur, Sonagaon, Satyanarayanpur, Rajatjublee, Shantigachi, Luxbagan, Jahar Colony, etc. are the most affected regions of Sundarbans.
We decided to provide the basics at least, majorly to the tiger victim families, who survive on less than 500 rupees per month. Hence, we conceived – "AHAAR FOR ALL", a project that supports with food to the livelihoods of the marginalised community of Sundarbans. Under this project we conceptualized an event named "AHAAR MELA" where we planned to distribute free ration to the majorly affected of the said regions.
Since November 2017 we have been distributing free ration to more than 300 tiger victims that includes children, widows and elderly people. They travel miles and come all the way for a relief.
This effort gives us a lot of satisfaction and peace, not because we distribute free ration, but we make our day by making theirs. Their smiles have ignited our motivation and their blessings have turned into hope. We pursue these activities every month since we believe in the survival of mankind even in the remotest areas of West Bengal.
We urge you to come forward and donate a small amount which can feed a tiger victim child and a mother.
This project is aligned with Zero Hunger Goal of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.