Balasabha activities in Kottayam
Updated On 2018-02-05
There are 3200 Balasabhas in Kottayam district. 15000 Balasabha members are in Kottayam. District mission is conducting several activities for balasabha children to develop their inherent abilities. The most important activity among these is an e-magazine named Kurumbezhuthu.
Building Lives: Hollow Bricks Units in Palakkad
Updated On 2018-02-04
Hollow Bricks or Concrete block, sometimes called cement brick are widely used as building material for construction purposes. Using automatic or semi-automatic machines, it is possible to make them in the free available space of one’s home and could be turned it into a business opportunity. Few Kudumbashree women in Palakkad realised the scope and demand of hollow bricks in the market and started making and selling concrete hollow brick blocks and started earning out of it.
Special projects in Sabarimala
Updated On 2018-02-03
Pathanamthitta District Mission is actively involved in different campaigns during Sabarimala Mandalam-Makaravilakku pilgrim season. Plastic free Sabarimala, Pilgrim Amenity Centre, Light refreshment kiosks are the major interventions Kudumbashree have done during this season.
Sujalam Rainwater Harvesting
Updated On 2018-02-02
Rain Water has got huge relevance in the present scenario of Kerala. It could be used wisely to overcome the water scarcity in the districts. Several district missions had taken up this issue with great importance. Not only as a socially responsible act, but also it is viewed as an initiative to find livelihood for women. In Palakkad district, Sujalam, rain water harvesting project had been implementing for the past few years.
Street Vendors Maximum ID cards issued in Palakkad
Updated On 2018-02-01
By issuing ID cards Kerala became the first state in the country to ensure the proper inclusion of street vendors in the market, thereby in the society. The programme was implemented throughout the 93 Urban Local Bodies in Kerala. And Palakkad district was more active than other districts in the state and almost completed the ID card distribution.
The bridge between Urban service providers and beneficiaries
Updated On 2018-01-31
The project started by Kottayam district mission as part of National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM). Kudumbashree is the nodal agency of NULM in Kerala. CLC in Kottayam is in Thadathilpparambu building near Vyaparabhavan. he CLC will act as a bridge between urban poor and middle , higher income groups who are accessing various services like security, carpentry, gardening, construction, plumbing, electrical work, health care support, housekeeping which in turn is provided by Urban Poor.
Construction Training through DDU-GKY
Updated On 2018-01-30
Only a skilled generation can bring prosperity to a country. Through Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY), Government of India had been trying to make the maximum number of younger generation be skilled and to secure a living of their own. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana offers skill training in different trades which assures job placements as well. Construction, the process of constructing a building or infrastructure is one among those sectors that DDU-GKY offers skill training and assures job placement. Let’s look into the positive results that the DDU-GKY construction trainings had brought out in Malappuram District!
Pratheeksha, ray of hope for physically challenged
Updated On 2018-01-29
It is a project which aims at distributing aids and appliances to persons with disabilities at Pathanamthitta District. For this project Kudumbashree join hands with Vocational Rehabilitation Centre for handicapped Trivandrum and district administration.
The unique way of Space utilisation
Updated On 2018-01-28
Pathanamthitta District Mission is way ahead in utilizing free space or buildings under government ownership to form and establish livelihood projects for kudumbashree members. The Mount Inn amenity centre in Malayalappuzha, is the perfect example for this.
Superwomen of Harithakarmasena in Karulai Panchayath
Updated On 2018-01-27
How the Superwomen of Harithakarmasena in Karulai Panchayath changed the life of a village altogether! This is about a group of few women who came forward to keep their place clean believing that it’s something more than a job. Moreover by cleaning their places thereby serving the whole humanity.