Welcome To ASWASAN. Contact our General Secretary Mr. Panchanan Kisku (MSW) at +91 9476127796 Email: kpanchanan94@gmail.com

About Us

In India the tribal people are the most backward community in every aspect of life. Almost all the Govt. development & Welfare program were basically meant for the rural Tribal people. The Corporate Houses & NGOs are also involved in the welfare and development process.

But we find that the areas are developing but the tribes are left out still now, they have become the "Marketable Goods" like. Poverty and Socio-Cultural & Educational backwardness, and after all the simplicity, culture of silence, etc. of the tribal have been exploited shamelessly for decades by the Land Lords, Traders, Politicians, Vested interest peoples, corrupted Govt. officials and even by the big " Social Work Organizations." Tribes as well as the whole rural Communities have become the worst victims of the complex Socio-Economic & Political situation of India.

For quite a long time tribal human resources have been abused by different political, Non-Political and by the Socio-Religious Groups, and the Tribal Social Leaders, educated youths, Elites and intelligentsia have become confused and rudderless !

Keeping in mind all those, the "ASWASAN" was officially formed in the year 2003 by the trained tribal Social Work Professionals (MSWs) and Socio-Educational & Cultural Activists under the Leadership of Mr. Panchanan Kisku (MSW, Spl. in MPSW, TISS, Mumbai ) to work genuinely and in a better manner in the fields of empowerment of the tribal Women Folk and thereby of the whole tribal Society at large in India through implementation of the Welfare(Education, Health, Socio-Cultural, Capacity building Training, etc.) and Development (Agriculture, Occupational diversification, SHGs & Cooperative formation, etc.) programs following Social Work Philosophy, Methods and Strategies.


Building of a prosperous ,exploitation less, united, and developed nation based on equality, human rights, Social justice, equal opportunity, mosaic pattern of Socio- Cultural heritage in India and in human Society at large where the tribal human Resources can get due and proper place to grow, flourish and in building nationality.


To motivate and organize the tribal and other rural communities through participatory method. To ensure human resource development, To diversify the occupation of the tribal & other poor, To increase rate of literacy especially among the rural Girls and higher education among the STs/SCs, To work for tribal & other poor families' food security. To promote voluntarism & voluntary actions amongst tribes and other backward communities. To orient people about eco-friendly & sustainable agriculture, Horticulture, promotion and proper use of Land, Water, etc. resources.

To work for cultural integrity and communal harmony. To work for empowerment of tribal society. To generate awareness about social justice, Legal literacy and human rights among the tribes and rural population. To document & record the important events of tribal peoples struggles, works & achievements in print / electronic media to protect and to enrich the Indian cultural Heritage.

Area of Operation

"ASWASAN" is devoted & Committed primarily to the tribal & other Weaker Communities of the Chhotanagpur plateau (West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Orissa).

Net-Work of NGOs

There are 20 (twenty) NGOs under its net-work functional in different parts of West Bengal and Jharkhand state, in India. It needs to be strengthened following main Issue based common Program & strategies of working.

Management Committee

1 President Mr.Gorachand Murmu, Awarded as National Teacher by Hon'ble President of INDIA.
2 Vice President Mrs. Chandana Murmu, Women Activists.
3 Hony. General Secretary Panchanan Kisku, MPSW.(TISS),Mumbai.
4 Asstt.Secretary Dhurb Bijay Kisku, B.Com, M.A (in Santali), BCA.
5 Treasurer Arun Kr. Saren, B.Com, MSW (contd).
6 Members Ms. Sayera Kisku, M.A.(Sociology), B.Ed.
Mr. Baidyanath Hansda, Tribal Social Leader & DSP Service.