Centre for Social Reconstruction
Centre for Social Reconstruction
Centre for Social Reconstruction


Tsunami Rehabilitation Programme:

Supported By:

CORDAID, Netherlands

Objective :

To ensure income generating resource to the children affected and persons with disability cauesed by tsunami or otherwise in Kanyakumari District.

Activities :

CSR provided vocational support for income generation to 80 persons with disabilities and parents of children with disabilities. The main aim of this programme was to support the persons with disabilities to earn a regular income of atleast Rs.2500 by the end of each month . The major activities are:

Mental Health Programme:

Supported By :

Medicines Sans Frontiers (MSF).

Objective :

To provide support and counselling to the following groups.

Target area :

16 Tsunami affected villages of Kanyakumari District

Counseling in a disaster simply means extending an emotional support to the affected people. This is done by Showing empathy, Listening actively, Allowing them ventilation, Extending social and medical support, Externalization of interest and Telling them the value of relaxation and spirituality.

Anganwadi Centres

Supported By:


Objective :

To facilitate the smooth functioning and effective management of Anganwadi centres in the coastal blocks of Kanykumari and provide support adhering to mutually agreed tools and techniques and help the district ICDS systems to follow up closely on the nutritional status of children in the temporary AWCs.

The specific objectives of the project is

Target area:

5 Tsunami affected Blocks of Kanyakumari District.

Target Group:

Awareness on Disaster Preparedness:

CSR with the help of District Administration conducted five days TOT Programme to a team of 20 staffs from 9 NGOs to performstreet theatre performances on Disaster Awareness. Supported byGoI-UNDP, theprogrammewas designed to performstreet plays on disaster preparedness in the Coastal villages of Kanyakumari district. The songs and script for the Training were prepared by the R&TC Team. Each participating NGOs after the TOT underwent similar training at their level and conducted awareness events in their respective working areas.After the training 10 community based teams performed more than 100 plays. Each NGO covered 10 villages.

  • Child Rights
  • Micro Credit
  • Social Welfare
  • Women Empowerment
  • Health Services
  • Relief & Rehabilitation