Bhoruka Public Welfare Trust

ECOSOC Status: None
Type: NGO working on Crime
Address: 63, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Road, Kolkata:
700016.
INDIA
Country: India
Region: Southern and Eastern Asia
Website: http://www.bpwt.org/
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Areas:
  • HIV/Aids
  • Counselling
  • Prevention
  • Rehabilitation
  • Research
  • Training
  • Drug Treatment
  • Victim Protection
  • Anti-Human Trafficking
  • Sustainable Livelihood / Alternative Development

  • Other:'human rights'
Short description:
•Blood banking and blood safety.
•HIV/AIDS: Prevention, care, stigma reduction.
•Reproductive and child health.
•Malaria: with focus on prevention, especially mosquito net impregnation.
•Women empowerment: with focus on reproductive right, economic empowerment and combating dometic violence.
•Vulnerable children: street and working children, children affected and infected by HIV/AIDS.
•Alcohol addiction: with emphasis on reduction of vulnerability among women.


We at Bhoruka, provider of health care services to the society, are committed to build & sustain the organisation as welfare oriented innovative service unit where in quality is the hall mark of every activity achieved through the team work and involvement of all employees in pursuit of excellence in all our endeavours. The missions of Bhoruka are as follows:
 To undertake, promote and assist in the relief, welfare and uplift of the poor, needy, backward, under-privileged, sick and handicapped people in the territory of India irrespective of nationality, community, caste, colour, religion and sex.
 To undertake, manage, develop, help or carrying on all or any kind of basic or fundamental and/or applied medical research and scientific work in connection with or relating to clinical, socio-medical research problems”.


Our achievement are : 1) providing quality blood components efficiently to the community (11,587 unit for last year), 2) encouraging rationality of blood and blood components, 3) improving the quality of life by addressing the health needs of vulnerable section of the community (more than 2,000,000 persons were served through project programme) 4) developing social capital (human resources/Social structure) to sustained quality health service.
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