About the organization

Vision & Mission

Vision:-  To organize rural and down trodden people, especially there for socio-economic upliftment with special focus on the rural youths belongs to tribal and non-tribal communities.

Mission:- To introduce panned welfare and development service for the rural and down trodden people for their betterment and sustainable livelihoods to lead them for total empowerment.

Our Story

The Golaghati Welfare Society(GWS) has been promoted by a group of educated youth having intention to do something for their community and fellow un-employed youths to engage themselves for some good work. These youths wanted to not only involve themselves, but also learn and take up various social aspects of life and try to create some better options for self-employment for the rural people of Golaghati Area. Accordingly, in early 2004, these youth get together and then decided to give there though to an outcome in the form of an association utilizing the name of the area and welfare, which finally name as Golaghati Welfare Society(GWS). The Started group is mostly comprises of the un-employed persons, students, journalists and rural business persons. Considering the name of the Society, the general body of the society has decided to initiate its journey of welfare and development services from the origin of its own area Golaghati then slowly moved towards covering more area of Bishalgarh block and journey will go on based on its organizational growth, organizational capacity and conceptualization of need of development of its targeted people. Therefore necessary initiates was taken to organize its welfare and development action under the banner of Golaghati Welfare Society and initiates also been taken to acquire legal status. Accordingly, require initiates was taken to prepare and forward its application for registration under 3 of the Societies Registration Act 1860, Government of Tripura, Agartala. Finally on 11th November, 2004 the Golaghati Welfare Society has been registered under the Society Registration Act, 1860, Government of Tripura and Successfully extending its welfare and development service in its target areas and people for promotion of the rural people. However, the operational area of the society is situated is considered as one of the backward rural area of the block having mixed population of both tribal and non-tribal having problem of proper education, health service, employment together with the lack of awareness for conversion of our environment and preservation of our tradition and culture. Therefore the society has decided to work on these priority areas and extend necessary support services to its own people and community for their total empowerment. The development journey of the Golaghati Welfare Society was started on very low scale but with the growing experience and popularity of the service among the people of Golaghati Areas, the development interventions of the society today cover the Programmes and activities are on the subject and issue decided at the initial stage of formation of the society in 2004. However lack of financial assistance, the society has unable to respond with its welfare and development service as per with the requirements of people, but it has tried its best to extend the maximum possible services after overcoming all its constraints during the period of its initial 3(three) years period of existence. Later, the society has tried to organize its welfare and development initiatives and has also tried its best to organize its development initiatives more professionally organized and starting to cover the children to school going children, helping them in their education, keeping health body and also to keep a clean and green surrounding to make the place of leaving a beautiful place of survival. The Society has also tried its best to create some motivation among the children with the introduction of sports and cultural activities to involved the youths and slowly pass on the social responsibility in their shoulders. It has get involved with some training activities both on field and off field activities to earn their own livelihoods and also to extend some support to their respective families.

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