35 million people in Tamil Nadu live on around £1 a day




SCAD medical and disability rehabilitation centre is changing people lives daily

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...

SCAD World School Needs You

Calling all teachers in the UK and Europe, SCAD World School needs you! SCAD World School are looking for qualified teachers in all subjects from the UK and Europe...

Cletus Babu interviewed for the Converge Project

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...




Buy your SCAD postcards today

Buy your SCAD postcards today and donate to a good cause. We are really happy to announce that you can now purchase SCAD postcards. All of the money...

Reaching the unreached

What happens when you're poor, marginalised and unable to earn a living? Thousands of people face this problem every day and are left to cope alone. Social...

Are you a teacher?

Do you want to go out and spend time teaching in India? We have opportunities for teachers of all subjects to go out to India for between 6 months and a year...




The Tamil Toe-Tap

On Friday the 21st of September 80 SCAD supporters gathered at The Big Chill House in Kings Cross for a party in aid of raising funds for the charity's...

Differently abled students celebrate Independence

On the 15th of August, India's Independence Day, 47 differently abled children from the SCAD Anbu Illam school performed a spectacular dance. Independence...

Working towards ‘Education for All’

Education is a fundamental human right which every child is entitled to.  Education is critical to human development and society; it helps pave the way to the successful...




Prevention is better than cure

The focus of a health related activity is to prevent and manage diseases and other physical and mental health conditions through the promotion of healthy...