CHILARAI KRISHI BIKASH SAMITY

NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION, ESTD 1997

CHILARAI KRISHI BIKASH SAMITY

This Society was established in 1997 by a  few educated youths of Dhubri district of Assam with a view to undertake awareness,training,Socio-economic development of all sections of people of this economically backward region of Assam.This Society was registered under the Societies Registration Act,XXI of 1860.(Regd. No.RS/DBR/250/A/106 of 1997-98) on 1998.

This Society started its activities from 1997 and after registration this Organization take up its broad based objectives.” The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step”,the persons behind this Society believes this winning spirit and the all members  of  Chilarai Krishi Bikash Samity dedicatedly working for the overall development of the underprivileged peoples of this locality and region.

 FIGHT AGAINST OPEN DEFECATION
Of the 1 billion people in the world who have no toilets, India accounts for almost 600 million.Medical studies have shown that 1 gram of human fecal matter relieved in the open can be the cause of 50 communicable diseases, harbouring 10 million viruses, 1 million bacteria, 1,000 parasite cysts and 100 worm eggs.About half of world’s hospital beds are occupied by those with water-borne diseases.On an average, around 1,400 children die every day on account of diarrhoea caused by contaminated water and poor sanitation.More people in the world have a mobile phone rather than a toilet.Lack of sanitation kills more people every year than war and violence.Girls drop out of school due to lack of sanitation and toilet facilities.Last but not the least, every $ saved in sanitation can save 7$ in health costs.
Globally,India has the largest number of people over 638 million defecating in the open...Let us come forward to aware people to stop open defecation and make our village an open defecation free zone.

We offer NGO Consultancy Services

Mushrrom Cultivation Training

Stop using Toxic Pesticides in Agriculture

Skill Development Training

Stop using Polythene Bags

Stop Open Defecation