In 2018, FST successfully completes a decade of being a registered organisation. In this period, FST has been able to connect to a network of smaller, community based organisations and individuals from various parts of the Northeast. Our partner organisations and individuals have worked on a wide range of social issues pertinent to the region and in line with FST’s vision and mission. Through its work, FST has been able to reach out to some of the most remote disadvantages and vulnerable communities. Organizationally, FST has seen a steady growth along with a natural course of up and downs in an organisation life circle and has managed to survive through some critical resources and management crunches. Over these years FST has been working actively across the states of northeast reflecting an effective and true transformation. We have successfully completed a series of projects and related activities to build in our resources and capabilities in the long run.

Here are some of our latest activities: 

 

Here are a few highlights from a day long consultation titled Brutal Past Shattered Present on Psycho-social impact of Protracted Conflict and prevalence of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Assam organized by Foundation for Social Transformation and Women in Governance-Assam on the 27th of March at IIBM, Khanapara premises. The consultation was graced by notable dignitaries, members of civil societies, academicians, police and psychiatrists, field researchers and survivors who shared their real life experiences in the  session. The consultation was concluded with a book launch of the study report Brutal Past Shattered Present by the experts.

A discussion and meet with the women mushroom growers at Baksa by team FST

A few highlights from a get-together program held at Kharballi village of Barpeta on the 6 February, 2019 as a part of the project Jagoran (Better Environment for Women) by our peace awardee Shafiul Hassan.

Project by peace awardee Narsi Ahmed with the construction workers and healthcare at Guwahati

Sonia Tanti – NFI FST Peace Awardee with a group of tea estate workers meeting with officials in her project area at Jorhat to discuss about the rights and privileges of the maternal health and leave benefits of the women at Letekujan Tea Estate.

Book launch event on SHSR at NEDFI house, Guwahati

A flash mob titled SHAKTI conducted by FST coinciding worldwide celebration to end violence against women in October, 2017. Students from NPS International School participated in the event to make it a success. 

A street play series titled SHAKTI conducted by FST coinciding worldwide celebration to end violence against women in October, 2017. Students from NERIM (Guwahati) in the event to make it a success. 

 

Community Philanthropy activites at Jhanjhimukh

Successful completion of Project KOUSAL (Knowledge on Utilizing Skills and Leadership)

Consultation meet conducted successfully by FST on Urban Governance at Hotel Blue moon, Guwahati

First Conversation Meet conducted by FST on Social Media and its importance

Second Conversation Meet conducted by FST on Living with Dignity (Post 377 Verdict on LGBTQI  Gender Rights)

Field Visit by our program officer Ms. Devangana Aideo as a part of Project Jagoran by Shafiul Hassan at Barpeta

 

 

A photostory campaign titled #ThatsMyRight conducted by team FST

 

Third Conversation Meet on Urbanization and Mall Culture at FST premises

SANGAT training moment by our Program Officer Devangana Aideo in Kathmandu, Nepal

An art competition titled Let’s Paint It was organised by FST recently at the Gauhati Artists’ Guild coinciding the global campaign of One Billion Rising. Students and professionals all over the state participated in the aforesaid competition judged by ace artist Ms. Queen G. Talukdar.