000009

From The Desk of Secretary

Nagen Chandra Human Development Foundation

Welcome.

           We are here for a serious concern which is becoming a malady in the 20 th century all over the world especially in India. Diabetes is becoming a threat to our normal life .We had a notion that diabetes can only affect adults but nowadays children are no exception. Now no age is calculated for this disease. The style of living and modern hurry accelerates the growth of diabetes. Junk food , fast food, and anxieties altogether add possibilities to diabetes. Living in a nuclear family we have so much tensions and devoid of secured feelings that we easily fall victim to this fatal disease. If we do not care and take preventive measures, we can be ruined by its devastating powers. It will affect our eyesight , kidney, and increase our blood pressures . So let us come forward to be aware of such disease and take preventive measures to control this malady. Our NGO ( Nagen Chandra Human Development Foundation) has undertaken the responsibility of spreading awareness among the common masses regarding the preventive measures and controlling the disease. We appeal to all of you to co-operate with us for the smooth functioning of our missions for the betterment of our society. Energetic youths are deployed for you for counseling and making you known to overcome the disease. This activity will continue both in rural and urban areas. Our workers will meet you and assist you to control the disease. Our NGO is determined to curb this malady to a certain extent. We are working under the assistance of INDPCP, Lucknow. I have the pleasure to uniform you that our organization is solely given the opportunity of serving people in large scale. We are resolved to do our duty with success. the people of all corners of society will be benefitted if they co-operate with us. So all of you are expected to co-operate with us in our missions to reach our goal. I appreciate your valuable times to spare in with us.

Thanks to all of you.

Jyotish Chandra Biswas
(Secretary & Chief Functionary)