Recents Activities

SMS in collaboration with Ministry of Health, Govt. Of West Bengal is conducting training programme to decreasing Mother Mortality Rate and Child Mortality Rate and promoting institutional delivery.

Beneficiaries: All the rural and urban people who came under health service specially the mothers and the children. Few objectives of this project are Identifying and registering new pregnancies, birth and death, mobilizing, counselling and supporting the community to demand and seek health services. Identifying, managing or referring cases of illness. Supporting health service, delivery through home visits, first-aid and immunizations sessions are some of basic activities of this project. Maintaining data and participating in community-level health planning.

  • SMS in collaboration with Govt. of India and Childline India Foundation is protecting children interest and to adopt and integrate telecommunication technology and making it available to all children in need of care also working together with allied systems (DSWO,DCPS, Police,CWC and Health Care Juvenile Justice Board).

Childline helipline number 1098 (toll free number). CHILDLINE 1098 is a phone number that spells hope for millions of children across India. It is a 24-hour a day, 365 days a year, free, emergency phone service for children in need of aid and assistance. We not only respond to the emergency needs of children but also link them to relevant services for their long-term care and rehabilitation. We have, till date, connected to three million children across the nation offering them care and protection.

Our awareness program concerned with : Anti-Child Labour Day Celebration, PLV Training, ICDS Training, Police Training:, CIVIC Volunteer Training, Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan Campaign, CHILDLINE se Dosti, National Girl Child Day


SMS started journey with children in government aided Primary, SSK, Junior Basic School and adolescence girls in under developed villages in Nadia, North 24 parganas & Murshidabad. Our main objectives are creating awareness on cleanliness, water, sanitation and hygiene among students, parents, bringing hygienic behaviour into regular practice, providing life skill training among adolescent girls and boys, encouraging teachers to arrange facilities for better hygienic practice in school, motivating and supporting women in various social issues and identifying  social evils such as child marriage, eve-teasing and determine the way out of it and  the problems of adolescence and develop prevention and remedies. The project which is running to develop healthy habits among the children and adolescent girls in collaboration with MISSIO.


To help women and families with strained relations, and marital discord and to provide the warring factions of the family a platform to discuss their problems and to find solutions, this Legal Guidance & Family Counselling centre was launched by Sreema Mahila Samity.

Firstly survivors of domestic violence or families facing oppression directly reach out to us and register their written problem statement at Legal Guidance & Family Counselling Canter of SMS then our staff independently investigates to check the validity of the case and understand its gravity and officially ask both parties to discuss the problem for a solution and lastly counsel both parties to settle the issue amicably, otherwise guide the survivor or oppressed to move to court or police for further support. SMS has been providing information and legal counseling on legal provisions to those people who have no access to such resources and seek legal support. 


Sreema runs 7 regular free coaching centres for local underprivileged students in Nadia. Total 450 students of class I to IV are benefited from these centres. 20 teaching associates teach through various teaching learning materials (TLM). They mainly focused on government primary school syllabus, health and hygiene among children and to develop cultural activities and sports. Apart from this, each teaching associates used to make home visits to each child and discuss their progress and problems with their parents.Sreema runs 7 regular free coaching centres for local underprivileged students in Nadia. Total 450 students of class I to IV are benefited from these centres. 20 teaching associates teach through various teaching learning materials (TLM). They mainly focused on government primary school syllabus, health and hygiene among children and to develop cultural activities and sports. Apart from this, each teaching associates used to make home visits to each child and discuss their progress and problems with their parents.


Sabuj pally – a green village, it was the dream of Sreema Mahia Samity to from a village with green trees. Now anyone can visit Sabuj pally where she/he will find the green village with different types of trees collected from different places. The children like to play here, the birds fly here to make their nest and there is a few vermipits and the pond. Students come here for preparing their projects and for excursion purposes. In the spring , the Sabuj pally or green village gets covered with various flowers. Now it is proposed to promote this green village as an organic village. SMS is planning to spread this idea of green village to other people

Child marriage is not just an age-old social evil, but also a heinous crime that robs children of their childhood.  Child marriage is a “crime against children” that violates basic human rights, minor girls are forced to marry and live a life of mental trauma, physical and biological stress, domestic violence including limited access to education, and increased vulnerability to domestic violence. The consequences of child marriage are severe and extensive. Some of the specific consequences include early pregnancies leading to complications and higher rate of maternal mortality and death of infants, malnutrition among both the infant and the mother, increased vulnerability to reproductive health, disruption in girl’s education, and thereby reduction in opportunities of her personal and professional development, domestic violence and abuse, limited decision-making powers in the household, and mental health issues.

India’s Census 2011 revealed 12 million children were married before attaining the legal age, of which 5.2 million were girls. Globally, child marriage is identified as a crime and a menace that needs to be eliminated. It finds space in the UN Sustainable Development Goals, under target 5.3 of Goal 5 which states elimination of all harmful practices, such as child, early and forced marriage, and female genital mutilation by 2025.

The latest National Family Health Survey (2019-21) shows that although there is a drop in the overall rate of child marriages, from 26.8% in the National Family Health Survey (NFHS 4) to 23.3% in NFHS-5, it is still high despite laws, programs, and schemes in place to address the issue.

Child Marriage Free India Campaign

Understanding the seriousness of the issue, the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in W.P. Civil 382 of 2013 pronounced that the sexual intercourse committed by the husband upon his wife being under the age of 18 years with or without her consent can be constituted as rape. To address this, the most definitive and audacious commitment to end child marriage was made with the launch of the Child Marriage Free India campaign.

Child Marriage Free India (CMFI) is a nationwide campaign led by women leaders and a coalition of more than 160 NGOs spanning more than 300 districts working to eliminate child marriage in India. CMFI is working to attain the tipping point of child marriage, after which society does not accept this evil practice and that will happen when the prevalence of child marriage is brought down to 5.5% by 2030, from the current national prevalence rate of 23.3%. This is being done by initially targeting 257 high-prevalence districts and gradually focusing on all the districts of the country.

Child marriage results in child rape, resulting in child pregnancy, and in a large number of cases, may lead to child deaths. For decades, we have been losing generations of our children to child marriage. The Child Marriage Free India campaign has received extended support from various Departments and Institutions of over 28 States. So far, across India more than 5 crore people have taken the pledge to end child marriage over the last year through the efforts of the Child Marriage Free India Campaign.


Sreema Mahila Samity has played a pivotal role in implementing Community based disaster plans in and around the Nadia district, West Bengal.  In the domain of Disaster Risk Reduction, SMS provides several relief services along with the application of prevention strategies. SMS has conducted extensive research on climatic patterns and has also studied the requirements of the community. Currently SMS is working in Ranaghat 2, Hanskhali, Duttapulia, Shilberia, Kumari, Hazrakhali, Ramnagar, Panikhali, Mazida, Aishmali areas. Based on the collected data SMS has scaled up the project.


  1. To get the communities prepared against disaster (natural disasters like flood, cyclone,) and to reduce distress during and post-disaster conditions.
  2. To mitigate health hazards of community people specially women (emphasis on cardiovascular, gynecological, endocrinological, ophthalmological.
  3. To be aware and eradicate people of communicable diseases especially pandemic and epidemic diseases.
  4. Building capacity towards organized efforts.
  5. To reduce the vulnerabilities of the community particularly of women through preparedness.
  6. To increase community access to govt schemes and resources for natural disasters and other livelihood-related schemes (especially for agro-based and fishing communities).
  7. To institutionalize preparedness for DRR, climate change adaptation, and environmental protection both at community and PRI levels.
  8. To analyze the requirements of the community based on age and gender. 
  9. To raise awareness on plastic pollution, cleanliness, and organic farming.
  10. To organize training, group meetings, and awareness talks on livelihood strengthening specially with women.  


  • Agro and horticulturally based families.
  • Fishing community.
  • Live Stock-based community.
  • Deprived women.