Supported by National Foundation of India (NFI), to promote leadership among young leaders working in the states of Assam and Meghalaya. In this year of 2018-2019

Awards were given to 5 awardees which are as follows:

Dibyendu Chakraborty

Project Title: –  “Manobikota – (Humanity)”.

Objective – Using creative mediums, enable young people to become peace leaders in the conflict affected areas of Kalibari Char.

Target- Fisherman community of Kalibari Char

Location- Kalibari Char, Silchar


Narsi Ahmed

Name of the Project– Utsah… A Ray of Hope

Name of the Awardee- Narsi Ahmed

Objective- A situational Analysis to ‘Understand the livelihood situation of Women Construction Laborers in Rural and Urban areas of Morigaon and Guwahati City’

Target Group- Women Construction Labourers ( WCL)

Location- Urban- Sixmile 9 (Kamrup Metro),  Rural- Mayong block (Morigaon)


 

Shafiul Hassan

Name of the Project- Jagoran (Better Environment for Women)

Name of the Awardee- Shafiul Hassan

Objective- Create awareness amongst the minority communities of char areas of Barpeta, on social issues and stigmas around women.

Target- Minority Bengali Muslim, Girls and Women

Location- Kharballi village of Barpeta (Assam)


Marybell Kharlyngdoh

Name of the project- Supporting Gender Action Plan in Pongkung village of Meghalaya

Name of the Awardee- Mary Kharlyngdoh

Objective-

To Create awareness on Health and Hygiene among the young adolescent girls and boys in Amospero Secondary School.

To enable the school Management to construct separate toilets for boys and girls and thereby reduce dropout rate.

Target- Senior Secondary Scholl students (Boys and Girls)

Location- Amospero Secondary School, Pongkung Village, Meghalaya


Sonia Tanti

Name of the project- Puwati

Name of the Awardee- Sonia Tanti

Objective- To Create awareness on Health and Hygiene among the Adivasi Tea Workers at the Letekujan Tea Estate, Jorhat.

To enable the school Management to construct separate toilets for boys and girls and thereby reduce dropout rate.

Target- Tea Workers at Letekujan Tea Estate, Jorhat.

 

Recently our 5 peace awardees namely Shafiul Hassan,Marybell Kharlyngdoh, Sonia Tanti, Narsi Ahmed and Dibyendu Chakraborty were being felicitated for their remarkable achievements in their project areas and were honored with a momentum and certificate at a ceremony organized by NFI at Indian Habitat Centre at New Delhi on the 7th of March, 2019.

From the left: Shafiul Hassan (1st to the left), Marybell Kharlyngdoh (2nd to the left), Sonia Tanti (5th to the left), Narsi Ahmed (6th to the left), Dibyendu Chakraborty (7th to the left) along with NFI team. Picture Credits: NFI Admin Facebook Page