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August 23, 2018 |
Kerala is going through the worst of times and the entire nation is shaken and traumatized by the havoc caused in the state of Kerala due to the recent torrential rains and subsequent floods. Hundreds have died and lakhs are homeless, and Kerala has to rebuild itself after the worst floods in over a century. The sufferings of our fellow countrymen in Kerala are vast and beyond measure and SCAD-Nirman reached out to the affected people in Kerala at this moment of grief and distress by contributing DD of Rs.250,000/- and do its bit in mitigating the effect of the flood during the worst times...
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March 20, 2018 |
The Stakeholders of Jeevika Trust from Odisha, Naamakkal, Trichy, Madurai and Tirunelveli attended the tenth JT workshop for three days from 12th to 14th March 2018 at SCAD Seminar Hall, Cheranmahadevi. Ms Priya Ananth, Consultant – India, Jeevika Trust conducted the workshop and read out a welcome letter from Mr Andrew Redpath and Ms Christine to the partners of Jeevika Trust, expressing their inability to attend the workshop and their expectations on the Smart Village concept. The participants Mrs & Mr Manu - Jeevan Rekha Foundation, Odisha; Ms sivagamavalli and Mr Raguvaran – WORD,...
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August 18, 2017 |
The Maxine Award invites you to explore your natural talents and enthusiasm, your sense of enterprise and your creative skills in this exciting opportunity. The Award is open to all young women currently attending any of the further education colleges founded by SCAD, Social Change and Development.
It offers prestigious prizes on a given topic in 3 separate categories for you to choose from:
Please read on, find out more. We would love to hear from you.
WHAT IS THE AWARD?
The Maxine Award has been sponsored by Dr Eleanor O’Sullivan, a leading Radiologist,...
Any humanitarian organization in any part of the world needs to rely on all kinds of supports to be able to help people in dire situations.
Melinda Tims was one of these indispensable supports. Acting as Vice-President and Secretary of a small structure – Education World based in Poitiers, France - she spent most of her available time until her death, working with local NGOs in South India, Vietnam, Latin America and Black Africa, with remarkable efficiency and total commitment.
Mélinda left us on August, 29th of this year. She has given us one of the most wonderful examples of commitment,...
SCAD has been offering community-based rehabilitation to people with disabilities in ultra-poor communities of South India for thirty years. However there are still many problems that disabled people face; there is limited access to health care services, medical treatment is expensive and inaccessible, medical provision is not specialised or fit for purpose and there is a lack of knowledge about quality health care services for disabled people.
Rehabilitation of different kinds under a single roof in a multidisciplinary approach is very rare. The specialists are in far off lands and patients...
This video is an interview with Cletus Babu about the work that SCAD does.
This February SCAD are hosting an International conference with our partners Converge Project which is an interdisciplinary research project funded by the European Union with 9 partners across 5 countries, including partners from industrialised nations such as Sweden, the UK and Iceland, transition economies such as Hungary and rapidly industrialising nations such as India. Converge research is inspired by the concept of contraction and convergence (C&C); a suggested way to stabilise atmospheric concentrations...