Rural Community Development Programme.
The Church of North India (United)
To reach the unreached, the special children of God - tribal, dalit, woman, child.
Build their capacity and empower them to a dignified life with equal rights in the creation of God.
Children's and adult women's literacy work
Promotion of livelihoods
Promotion and support to women self help groups
Rural life based skill training, water harvesting structures for irrigation
Rural sanitation and safe drinking water
Preventive, curative and maternal (clinical) health services, including door to door health services and HIV/Aids awareness.
Partnership with Christian college ( diocesan) on UGC sponsored National programs.
Disaster mitigation and relief work.
More than 1300 tribal children are completing primary education
More than 200 youths and women are skilled
Women's self goups are being capacitated to manage the groups activities
Dry land has been brought under irrigation through water harvesting structures
Door step and clinical health services have been established, including a rural health clinic in the forest
Facilitation of vaccination of livestock and artificial insemination of cows; livestock health management has improved.
Promotion of tribal heritage and culture
Successful completion of a national seminar with theeducational institute.
Improvements in rural sanitation
Migrating labourers have been made aware of hiv/aids.
Our strengths include: our emphasis on pro-poor human concern; peoples' participation in their own development; the commitment of the church/diocese and staff.
Violent movements and insecurity in the forest areas continue to be a challenge.
political unreast. illiteracy. in acccibility to govt programs and opportunities.