SREEJAN Livelihood Development has been promoted out of SPANDAN’s decade long experience in rural development and micro-finance activities. The idea of Livelihood Finance has been emerged from the decade long introspection of SPANDAN’s achievement in rural livelihood promotion, and extensive research in the University of Oxford by one of the co-founder.
While the project (Sreejan Livelihood Development) has just been launched in 2012, SPADAN has established its strong presence in various rural development and disaster management projects in eastern India.
Sep: Devastating flood in eastern India, especially in West Bengal. SPANDAN started its intervention on relief, rescue & rehabilitation
Networking with Government departments & other like-minded NGOs for a full-fledged disaster resilient planning
Started Self Help Group (SHG) formation under SGSY (Swarna-Jayanti Gram Sarojkaar Yojana), a flagship rural development programme of Government of India.
Livelihood intervention through SHGs.
Murshidabad considered as the 'high-risk zone' in Polio by Govt & WHO. SPANDAN started its work on social mobilization to eradicate polio resistance in high risk pockets in Murshidabad.
As an extension of Polio campaign, Routine Immunization mobilization started.
Networking with local clubs & CBOs to popular the idea of blood donation motivation campaign.
Started an informal school with the child labour & rag-pickers.
Conducted study on accessing government welfare schemes by the poor people & published some IEC materials, named "Sarkari Kajer Darkari Khoj"
Convergence of NREGS-TSC-Livelihood (National Rural Employment Garuntee Scheme – Total Sanitation Campaign).
Disaster Risk Reduction activities jointly with Disaster Management Department, Govt of WB & National Disaster Response Force.
Implementation of NREGS-TSC-Livelihood programme. Conducted study on Solid & Liquid Waste Management.
Implementation of NREGS-TSC-Livelihood, implementation of Solid & Liquid Waste Management.