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Nirbhaya at Kollam Updated On 2018-03-12

Nirbhaya Kerala Surakshitha Kerala, is a project by state home affairs department aims at protection of women and children. This project is one among the number of actions taken by Kerala government to prevent atrocities against women and children. This project will be implemented by Nirbhaya volunteers who have been selected locally . It aims at transforming the state into a more women friendly state and thereby ensuring a favourable condition for all the women.

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Supply of Kadali Banana to Guruvayur Temple Updated On 2018-03-12

Kudumbashree District Mission of Thrissur had been supplying the Kadali Banana to the Devasom of Guruvayur, Kadali banana being the favorite offering to the deity of Guruvayur Temple. The bananas cultivated by the Kudumbashree women of Thrissur district in purely organic way are taken for poojas and are given away to the people as prasadam and are also used in preparing ‘panchamrutham’ (a sweet desert) as well. The JLGs in the district thereby got a permanent market for their cultivation. A total of 750 women from 150 Joint Liability Groups had been supplying 1.5 million of Kadali Banana to Guruvayur Temple every year. Kudumbashree District Mission of Thrissur had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Guruvayur Devaswom regarding the same. The project had been a great success. The wise act of the District Mission had helped to find out a permanent market for the banana cultivated by JLGs in the district. Let’s see how the project works!

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Bhakshyasuraksha bhavanam at Alappuzha Updated On 2018-03-11

Consumption of pesticide contaminated vegetables causing major health issues among people in Kerala now. For achieving self sufficiency in vegetable production, there are lots of programmes going on in Kerala. More and more families are now into vegetable cultivation in their own ways. Kudumbashree’s ‘Bhakshyasuraksha bhavanam’ is a project focussing on self sufficiency in vegetable production.

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Aralam Tribal Special Intervention Programme Updated On 2018-03-11

Aralam Tribal Special Intervention programme is the special programme initiated by National Rural Livelihood Mission for giving special care and for bringing in sustainable development in the tribal predominant area in the district- Aralam Farm. The District Mission of Kannur had been paying special attention to the project with utmost importance that it is for the social upliftment as well as the social inclusion of the tribal population in the area. Let’s have a look into the activities that had been initiated by the Mission to bring in sustainable changes in the lives of tribal people in the Aralam Farm Area of Kannur.

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Santhwanam Volunteers, Alappuzha Updated On 2018-03-10

Lifestyle diseases are now become the main threat to Kerala’s health sector. The reason behind lifestyle diseases are the changes in life style. Any person without an order in his/her lifestyle prone to life style diseases. Lack of good food habit, regular exercise are considered as the main reasons. Mental stress also plays a factor. Other than this smoking, drug usage, drinking alcohol are also become causes for lifestyle diseases.

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Cloth Bag Making Campaign of Kannur Updated On 2018-03-10

Cloth Bag Making Campaign of Kannur District, tells the story of a district which stood socially responsible for the welfare of the humanity and thereby founded livelihood for a group of common women. When the Kannur district administration banned the plastic carry bags Kudumbashree Kannur District Mission got a big opportunity to fill that space and the district mission used it wisely as a great opportunity and made maximum out of it. Let’s see how Kudumbashree District Mission of Kannur made use of such an opportunity.

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Coastal Volunteers in Alappuzha Updated On 2018-03-09

The people living in coastal areas lead a life of uncertainty. They all are anxious about their future. The people living in coastal areas make a living mainly by fishing. Kerala, situated between the Arabian Sea to the west and the Western Ghats to the east. Kerala roughly divides into three climatically distinct regions. These include the eastern highlands (rugged and cool mountainous terrain), the central midlands (rolling hills), and the western lowlands (coastal plains). All the nine districts among 14 districts of Kerala consists of coastal area.

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Kudumbashree intervention among tribals in Alappuzha Updated On 2018-03-09

A total of 4.84 lakhs of scheduled tribes living in Kerala now. There are 35 tribes in Kerala. Cholanaikkans, Kurumbas, Kattunaikans, Kadars and Koragas are the five primitive tribal groups in Kerala. They constitute nearly 5% of the total tribal population in the State. Wayanad has the highest number of tribal population among the districts.

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Seedling nurseries in Alappuzha Updated On 2018-03-09

Nowadays a silent revolution is taking place in Kerala’s agriculture sector. Organic farming, Kitchen garden and Terrace farming gains importance in Kerala households now after realising the side effects of consuming vegetables from other states which are doused in pesticide. Kerala government supports all these kind of activities in farming sector. For encouraging farming activities, Local self government institutions are doing several projects locally.

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Blood Donation Campaign in Alappuzha Updated On 2018-03-08

Donating blood is considered as the best humanitarian work done by a human being. Blood donation and Organ donation helps an ailing living being to continue his life in this world. We are always ready to donate blood for our friends and family members without any second thoughts. The people who are ready to donate blood for anybody under any circumstances are the real blood donors.

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