Sabuj Sangha is committed to improving the lives of people who are less fortunate in West Bengal, India, through participation and empowerment. Community engagement is an essential aspect of all their health and nutrition activities.
Their healthcare staff holds regular health camps throughout villages in the Sundarbans to spread information about the importance of a nutritional diet and sanitation practices. Their staff also works to link communities with service providers so that patients can access mandated Government services and schemes.
Their Safe Motherhood in the Sundarbans program aims at reducing maternal and child mortality through increased antenatal and postnatal care. Pregnant women are facilitated to register their pregnancy at Government sub-centers and encouraged to undertake institutional delivery through various Government schemes. They also conduct a range of health camps in the community; ensuring quality professional healthcare is available. The camps include gynaecology, optometry and pediatric services.