Director's Message

I am over whelmed viewing Mission ASHRA at this niche while establishing itself as a firm support for the vulnerable women. People in Orissa, murmur a common name

ASHRA at first sight if viewing any woman wanders with mental illness, obstruct the of any passer by. This its fourth anniversary by the mid of this year. Within this small period of time after a huge silence in mental health sector in orissa, the institution has responded more than one and half a century cases and reunited fifty cured inmates, till date.


Without any destination, when she wanders with a blithering look, unaware of self, a broken heart, and a partially covered body.

What happens to her...

She is exposed to repeated physical and sexual abuse, abortions, infections, AIDS, being sold & resold.…Stoned by children… wandering with rolling eyes in a mad frenzy…. Fight with the street dog for a piece of bread.

Who is she...

May be a daughter of a poor parent, may be sold out by her own relatives, may be left out by her loving ones in lurch or may be a victim of false promises ..

What would be the next step of her journey…

Endless torture, empty belly, a torn mind, a strangled soul, a hopeless life, a dark future……







Report On Operation Maa

Mission ASHRA achieved a new milestone in these three years of journey by rescuing 48 mentally ill women from through out Orissa are rescued under this 72 hours of
operation called Operation MAA. Mission ASHRA engaged 20 specially trained volunteers and 8 ambulances for the rescue programme and covered all most all districts of Orissa such as Puri, Cuttack, Sambalpur, Khurda, Dhenkanal, Baragarh, Anugul, Jajpur, Kendrapada, Jagatsinghpur, Balasore Bhadrak, Baripada, Nayagarh, Phulbani, Boudh, Gajapati, Ganjam, Deogarh and Mayurbhanja.


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