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DB Shramik Seva

ABOUT THE PROJECT

Many different factories and industries in West Bengal have produced both skilled and unskilled people in significant numbers. This trend draws immigrants from other regions of West Bengal as well as from several bordering states. The main areas where migrants earn money in West Bengal are Howrah, Kolkata, and Siliguri. This population group deals with a variety of issues, including health risks, unhygienic living and working conditions, and discrimination against human and labor rights. Additionally, the epidemic has left this community's employment and compensation uncertain. Don Bosco Ashlayam is reaching out to the migrants in a number of ways to address their issues and provide them the chance to live healthy lives.

In Uluberia, a migrant desk was established with the intention of providing food, clothing, and assistance to migrants in need. Linking them up with government services as part of long-term assistance and care was the main priority. Programs for raising awareness are arranged like, labor regulations, government services, worker entitlements, the necessity of good health, hygiene, and education. 2011 migrants were surveyed in order to fully understand their daily lives. 1704 families in total received assistance.

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SHRAMIK SEVA 2021-22

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