We belive in helping people improve their quality of life
Paripurnata strives to usher a society where equality, justice and peace prevails, without any discrimination and marginalization on basis of caste, creed, gender, economic status, disease and disability.Read more
Paripurnata envisages championing the cause of the marginalized mentally ill women, and strive for their mainstreaming in society in order to restore their rights and dignity.Read more
Paripurnata is a leading non-governmental organisation promoting and providing psychosocial and mental health care services to marginalized mentally ill women.
We at Paripurnata are working towards expansion of rehabilitation options, the development of a family support structure and the implementation of awareness campaigns.Read more
When Kishenlal saw her sister Lally (name changed) after a gap of six years, he could hardly believe his eyes. Tears were streaming down Lally's eyes after seeing her elder brother after so many years.
It is difficult to fathom how she landed up in Kolkata. But it is a fact that she was found loitering on the roads at Andul and admitted to Calcutta Pavlov Hospital on 19th May 2010.
As the days progressed Shalini became physically fit; mentally stable and regained a balanced mental status
She was at the late stage of her pregnancy and delivered a baby boy at National Medical College Hospital.
"My admiration and my faith (25.03.2008)."
H.E Shri Gopal Krishna Gandhi, Governor of West Bengal
"This is an incredible experience of what love and care can do (30.04.2009)."
Prof. Nabanita Dev Sen, eminent scholar and author
"Thank you for the inspiration. May God richly bless the work (25.01.2010)"
The Very Revd. Dr.John R. Hall, Dean, Westminster Abbey, London, UK
"Many thanks for your help for these ill people to include them in our society (25.01.2010)"
Dr. Wolfgang Schuster, The Lord Mayor of Stuttgart, Germany
"The efforts of highly public-spirited individuals of the halfway home who run half-way homes like Paripurnata to ensure their rehabilitation. These public spirited individuals are our real heroes and society and the nation must recognize their valiant efforts (29.12.2010)"
H.E Shri M. K. Narayanan, Governor of West Bengal