Right Track started its journey in 1988 as an informal group of youth engaged in combating corruption and black marketing of food grain in the Mominpore area of Kolkata. It became registered as a society under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act in 1961. Since its inception, the organization has targeted children and women of most distressed background, children and women of minority families and slum and street dwellers affected with several vulnerabilities, i.e. Illiteracy, ill-health, disability, insecurity of food and other human rights especially women and children have access to life with dignity. Simultaneously the organization has been focusing on urban & rural poverty with the community people living in Maheshtala, an adjacent area of Kolkata and different wards of Kolkata Municipal Corporation for the last 30 years and addressed rural poverty with people living in North 24 Parganas, South 24 Parganas, Bakura in West Bengal, Madhubani and Darbhanga Districts of Bihar and Borpeta, Goalpara, Bangaigaon and Sibsagar Districts of Assam, India by indirect intervention through partnership and networking.


A society free from all forms of deprivation and discrimination


Ensuring an equitable social, political, economical, and cultural order where individuals, especially women and children, have access to life with dignity.


- Ensuring basic services on education, health, and environment, and entitlements for holistic and sustainable development

- Capacitate the disadvantaged section of the society regarding their social, political, economical, and cultural predicament and protection issues.

- Facilitating the process to address the social issues of the community.

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