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Provide Shleter, food , Medical Care, Clothing and all other requisites to live a life of comfort and dignity to destitute old women

Campaign by Bhavada Devi Memorial Philanthropic Trust, SENEH

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Bhabada Devi Philanthropic Trust is working for the benefit of the under privileged and deprived section of the society especially women of North East India.

North East India has the lowest per capita holding of cultivable land in India. Recurring floods which inundates vast areas every year further shrink land availability because of silting. Being primarily an agrarian economy, with hardly any discernible industrial growth, the condition of the common man in the countryside is appalling. One of the consequences of this pathetic state is the gradual disintegration of the traditional family values and ethos.

The worst sufferers are the old and the infirm since their children in many cases, are dumping them to fend for themselves out of economic compulsions. Women in the age group of fifty and above are the ones who suffer the most, because they are mentally and physically vulnerable.

To alleviate their suffering and bring dignity and succor to some of these women, the Trust has opened a destitute home at Guwahati. Aptly named SENEH, meaning 'Selfless Love', the home provides shelter, food, medical care, clothing and all necessities for sustaining a decent dignified life. The vision is that in the sunset years of their lives, they can once again learn to laugh and sing and live together as a family ... all ABSOLUTELY FREE.

As of now there are 25 destitute women who have made SENEH their home. Unfortunately the present facilities cannot accomodate any more, although, almost every day the management gets distress calls from others with genuine needs. The extent of help that such hapless women require is evident from the fact that in the last 6 years SENEH has organized cataract operations for 22 residents, provided dentures to 15, hearing aid to 2 and all 12 are being treated for various ailments including prolonged psychiatric medication . As examples of the apathy experienced by these residents, one of the current residents was abandoned since she is absolutely blind. Yet another was picked up from a remote village on the Assam Bhutan Border living as a hermit since the villagers thought she was a witch.Two were picked up from busy road corners , unconscious, seriously injured but no one cared for them. Yet another a visually and speech impaired was thrown out from a moving car near police station.

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Bhavada Devi Memorial Philanthropic Trust, SENEH

Bhavada Devi Memorial Philanthropic Trust, SENEH

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