children welfare home The ABWU Children's Welfare Home and ABWU Primary School celebrated their Diamond Jubilee on 3rd February, 2010. Ms. Beth Payne, U.S. Consul General was the Chief Guest at the programme.

The School was started in 1950, to educate the children living in the shelter home. The school began to grow as more and more underprivileged children from nearby slums began to move in. Most of these children were first generation learners.
Today the school has come a long way There are nearly 200 children studying in this school. Some of these children are so economically deprived that they hardly get a proper meal at home. The school provides a mid day tiffin as well as all round education. The school is recognized by the Government and follows the prescribed syllabus. The children learn maths, history, geography, science, nature study and english. They participate in interschool sports, debates, competitions and learn needlework, acting and gymnastics. Many children pursue higher studies and later have worthwhile careers. The mission of the school is to make the children self-reliant and useful citizens as well as to lead them to a brighter future.

The primary School held a Summer Camp for their students during the summer holidays. All the children enjoyed the camp thoroughly.
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2.   The NGO is organizing year long activities on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of ABWU Children's Welfare Home and ABWU Primary School
3.   All Bengal Women's Union is celebrating its 75 years of inception
4.   A workshop is being organized at the headquarters for the Muslim women for their rights & legal status. This is specially meant for the women and girls of the surrounding areas. Renowned public prosecutor "Mr. Taj Mohammed" will preside over the workshop.
5.   The NGO has helped a Bangladeshi girl to get repatriated to her homeland with the help of NGOs from bangladesh.
6.   The children at the NGO are performing a dance drama on Rabindranath Tagore's songs called Dhanu Singher Dadabali based on Vaishnav Sangeet. They would be performing on 31st August, 2007 at Kala Mandir, Kolkata. Interested persons may contact office.