Some of the children attending the Centre with their new teacher Sangeetha
Kunnapattu is a village 6 or 7 km away from Mamallapuram.
The tribal community that we began to follow at the end of last year is made up of about 50 families who have lived in the village in a fairly stable way for many years now.
Continue reading “New Children Care Centre opened in Kunnapattu tribal community”
A new Tuition Center was opened last January in MGR Nagar, an area of Poonjeri largely inhabited by gypsies and tribals.
Continue reading “New Tuition Center opened in Poonjeri MGR Nagar”
Deepa Priya is a young woman of about twenty-five, suffering from muscular dystrophy, that we have been helping for more than two years with a small monthly subsidy.
Continue reading “Wheel chair delivered to disable”
A new project has just started in the ST community of Kuyil Kuppam (Peryar Nagar): extra English lessons for a selected bunch of students.
Teacher Sangeetha gives the first English lesson yesterday Continue reading “English lessons at Kuyil Kuppam – Peryar Nagar”
remember the story of a young mother from the village of Anjeneya who was killed by tuberculosis (TB) back in 2019.
Her widowed husband, with their two children, returned to his native village to live with his elderly parents, moving away from our educational and community activities.
Sekar with his two daughters Continue reading “Checking in on a struggling family”
In December last year, Malar Trust made scholarship awards to 63 students – worth 10 lahks rupees – to pay for their schooling in 2020/2021. The 33 new scholarship students and 30 existing ones come from all age groups, from primary school up to college.
Managing Trustee G.Rupakantha delivers scholarship cheque to a new student Continue reading “Transforming lives: 10 years of scholarships”