News & Events
Relief work @ Kolkata for families affected by Amphan.
Cyclone Amphan has wreaked havoc in West Bengal and left many homeless. Kolkata team distributed 95 ration kits and 200 mask to families affected by Amphan.
Food packet distribution at Patna
Patna team with the help of Digha Police and local youth distributed around 300 food packages to nearby community members of Patna zonal office including some needy people like widows, blind , and lepers.
Face Mask Unit Inaugurated
A mask sewing center was inaugurated by the President, ASSI, Mr. Victor John on 2nd June 2020 at ASSI Gorakhpur campus. This center was set up as a part of the relief work carried out for the COVID-19 pandemic. The centre employs women whose livelihood have been affected by the pandemic.
ASSI received certificate of appreciation from News Ground Magazine & Online news
Certificate of appreciation presented to Mrs. Usha Das, Administrative Director of ASSI on behalf of the organisation by the News Ground Magazine and Online News. This certificate was presented for the efforts made by ASSI during the COVID-19 pandemic. The organisation thanks every member of ASSI who have been a part of the effort.
ASSI handed over Necessary goods to District Administrator Gorakhpur for Community Kitchen
In continuation of the efforts to help the needy, the administrator of ASSI, Mrs. Usha Das met with the District Magistrate, Gorakhpur and handed over food, hand sanitisers and other necessary items towards the community kitchen set up by the district administration. The donations received at the community kitchen are managed and distributed by the district administration to the needy.
COVID-19 Relief packets Distributed in Kolkata, Delhi, Varanasi, Gorakhpur and Bihar
In the time of epidemic of Covid-19, The Government of India has also taken the decision of Lockdown to prevent the spread of disease. This made the lives of ordinary people difficult. We have seen the difficulties they face in and through visual media. The migration of daily wage workers in Delhi and other states is an example of this. The reason behind this migration was the survival of the lockdown. And thousands of people stayed here because they had no way to travel. They are struggling for food. In these circumstances under the leadership of ASSI food kits were distributed at various locations in Bihar, Gorakhpur, Delhi, Kolkata and Varanasi. It benefited thousands of people who struggled for food.
COVID-19 Relief work
The COVID-19 pandemic has left many people starving and fighting for their lives in India. We at ASSI have decided to do our bit in helping those in need.We have some face masks, soap bars and food packed and ready to be distributed.
COVID-19 Awareness campaign
An awareness campaign by ASSI to combat corona virus was organized for families residing at railway slum areas. Sanitation kits were also distributed to them. Prevention is better than Cure
ASSI received appreciation certificate
ASSI received appreciation certificate for the efforts put towards the Childrens Parliament Election held in the month of December, 2019. The certificate was presented by the commissioner of Varanasi.
Workshop on health, food and hygiene
A workshop on health, food and hygiene for malnourished mothers and children was held today at Lotha Dhannipur. A total of 25 women and 8 children attended the workshop. Refreshments were provided and hygienic products were distributed to everyone.
ASSI brings Joy to the children of Chehri School by spreading warmth with blanket distribution to survive the cold.
Recieved Award for Best Social Worker Organization
ASSI has been achieved as the best social worker award from Social Protection Legal Aid and Humanity Organization. ASSI President Victor John Received award from Comrade. Irome Sharmila
Rescue cum awareness Program.
On 7th September 2017, ASSI staff together with SATHI Sanstha (NGO) organized a rescue drive cum awareness program at Patna Junction Railway Platform. They formed a team and started marking all those abandoned, run away and destitute children. During this identification, 11 children were found who needed counselling and restoration back to their families. In the picture, one boy and his mother reuniting outside the Railway Police station.
Health check up Camp
Health check up provided by ASSI as a program on Sustainable safe childhood at Varanasi.
On account of national sports day we organised a program at Veer Kunvar Singh Park, with Yarpur FC And Chief guestlist.gr Mr. Jwala Prasad, Secretary of Patna Football Association ASSI team works with delinquent street children through sports activity. Our primary aim is to engage and develop relationship with such children and use their energy creatively to the good of he society.