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Activity Report

Activity Reports of India Jail Mission Trust of the year 2018-2019

Our team visited various jails in Kerala(Tvm Central Jail, Sub jails at Kollam, Attingal, Kottarakara, Mavelikara, Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha, Kottayam, Moovattuppuzha, Idukki, Munnar, Palakkad, Kannur etc) to give awareness classes and counseling to make them conscious who are under gallery as convict due to the commission offences in mid stage of mind and worked to make them respective personalities without discrimination of caste or creed as guilty and relieve them from insult and contempt in the society. We also used to visit the poor and helpless relatives of the prisoners to give very needy helps. Especially for the aged people who are bedridden within the limits of mission’s fund.

We have conducted awareness classes against the use of tobacco and drugs. Especially regarding AIDS by the assistance of Kerala State Aids Control Society, Trivandrum .This particular program includes a positive speaking by an HIV-Positive young lady. Nowadays HIV is spreading very fast in Kerala even though the correct evaluation is not getting for report. People are so fearful in this matter. So we are concentrating much more in this subject.

We visited helpless bedridden patients due to chronic disease at their homes as well as in the govt. hospitals to give medical financial help. We are giving assistance to the dialysis patients within our limits. We also give educational help to the selected brilliant students who are poor and helpless without any discrimination of caste and creed. We have conducted successful medical camps in different places during the natural calamities especially for the old people which are one of our main activities. We even distributed food and dresses to the affected people in the recent flood. We could achieve good results through and our services.

We have projects for the welfare of ignored and helpless people such as old age home, charitable hospital and ambulance service for the poor.

Dr. PRABHA RAJAN
- Trustee