PROJECTS

ONGOING PROJECTS


SAVE-UK was registered in 1994 by the members of the Indian Diaspora settled in the UK as a non political, non religious, voluntary, charitable organization with the sole purpose of working amongst the poor, particularly those who are living below the poverty line, initially in India but ultimately in all the South Asian countries included in the SAARC group, i.e. Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and in Myanmar.

May 3, 2019

Association for Social Health in India (ASHI)

ASHI has six short-stay homes to give shelter to abused young women who had to leave their homes. SAVE UK has been funding ASHI for almost 20 years.
February 13, 2021

BC Hostel – Solapur

Based in Solapur, Maharashtra, the B.C.Girls Hostel has been running Dress Making course for last 12 years. Every year 15-20 girls are enrolled for the batch. Beneficiary are from the girls hostel and all the girls are economically weaker class. The course is planned for the girls who are lagging […]
May 3, 2019

Calcutta Social Project (CSP)

With funding from Lloyds TSB foundation for Scotland in 2005 SAVE, with CSP, established a vocational training school in Ballygunge, Kolkata.
May 6, 2019

Cultural and Empowerment Organisation for Afghans (CEOA)

For the last three years SAVE has been funding operative costs of children with congenital heart disease carried out in Kolkata, India. In the last two years SAVE has provided the travel and support costs for a group of children from Afghanistan who were to have cardiac surgery carried out in a private hospital in Kolkata. To date SAVE has part-funded the Rehabilitation Centre for Children (RCFC) in Kolkata to carry out surgical operations on 19 children from war-torn Afghanistan suffering from physical disabilities.
March 21, 2017

Gyan Niketan: Inter College Women’s Association (ICWA) – Patna

SAVE has been supporting the ICWA to run primary education centres for slum children in Patna, since 2006.
February 3, 2021

Jan Chetna Manch, Bokaro

SAVE-UK helping provide mental health care during COVID times (taken from JCMB report) The mental health situation in our area was always poor, and with the onslaught of the COVID pandemic – with the severe lockdown and its corollary – the economic crisis, much deterioration has taken place. Around 5 […]
March 19, 2021

Pratibondhee Shangha (PBS) – West Bengal

“Empowerment and community based rehabilitation of persons with disabilities through capacity building and income generating activities” SAVE UK secured £10,000 per year for three years for the income generating projects for physically and mentaly challenged adults from the Bairdwatson Trust of Scotland. Pratibondhee Shangha (PBS), is an association of disabled […]
January 27, 2021

Responses to Covid 19

Charity and community organisations in India are trying to meet the increased demand on their services resulting from the Covid 19 pandemic and SAVE has provided donations to the Tagore Foundation, Calcutta Social Project (CSP) and Baikunthpur Tarun Sangha, for nutrition programmes and hygiene materials. The damage done to the […]
 

PAST PROJECTS


SAVE-UK was registered in 1994 by the members of the Indian Diaspora settled in the UK as a non political, non religious, voluntary, charitable organization with the sole purpose of working amongst the poor, particularly those who are living below the poverty line, initially in India but ultimately in all the South Asian countries included in the SAARC group, i.e. Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Myanmar.

July 3, 2019

CHARM

MSKS works in a muslim majority district in West Bengal adjacent to Bangladesh where many children are involved in illegal border trafficking of goods to provide income for their families.
March 22, 2017

Ashadeep Islampur Road, Guwahati

For the past 8 years SAVE-UK has been supporting Ashadeep, a very well known and respected organisation in Guwahati, working for psychosocial rehabilitation of persons with mental illness.
March 22, 2017

Rehabilitation Centre for Children

This famous charitable orthopaedic hospital for the poor was established in 1973 by Ms. Jane Webb, an orthopaedic nurse from England.
March 21, 2017

Nai Disha, New Delhi

SAVE-UK has been providing funds regularly for the last 4 years for non-formal primary education of street children in New Delhi, run by Nai Disha.
March 21, 2017

Santi Tuberculosis Control Society

SAVE-UK has funded the above organisation for the last two years to construct 20 low cost sanitary latrines using the UNICEF approved model.
March 21, 2017

Puspamoyee Basu Vidhalaya

Giving Support to non-formal primary education for street and slum children has been one of the main activity of SAVE ( SAVE-UK and SAVE-INDIA) since its inception.
 
 
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