Monthly Review Meeting 05- 08-2018

 Native Medicare Charitable Trust, NMCT is a Non Profit Organization
  • + 91 - 422 - 2401747

  • info@nmctngo.org

  • Kalappanaickenpalayam

  • Coimbatore, India

  • 10:00 - 19:00

  • Monday to Saturday

Testimonials

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Thank you NMCT

Mrs.Poongodi is working as a warden for the ladies Hostel attached to J.G Spinning Mills, Annur. The Mill employs mostly female workers in the age group of 18 to 25 years. The TI-Migrant Project has been intervening with the Spinning Mills for spreading awareness on prevention of HIV/AIDS with the support of Poongodi who has close contact with all the female workers as the warden of the hostel. Poongodi regularly attends the trainings conducted by TI-Migrant Project and learned about HIV/AIDS, STI and Safe Sex practices. At the industry she takes up the task of spreading awareness to the female workers as a Social Service and also provides Counseling to the Workers. As the warden of the hostel she regularly visits the Migrant female workers in the hostel and creates awareness on HIV/AIDS. The Management appreciates her initiatives for her involvement for the sake of their employees

Mrs.Poongodi

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HOPE

I am Priya (Name changed) and was leading a joyful life with my husband and daughter. I and my family members were tested HIV positive. This situation had put me in stress and depression and my health condition became worst day by day. NMCT staffs from HOPE project contacted me and provided counselling and support services which helped me to improve my self-confidence and move with the community and live happily

Priya

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Thank you NMCT

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Chitra

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Thank you NMCT

Bethammal's family background is extremely meagre. Her parents are both illiterate. During her childhood the family moved around to sell handicrafts made by her father, so their living place was just a tent. For the children's education they later settled in Coimbatore and established themselves a small thatched hut. Bethammal dropped out of school before she had completed her 5th standard and was about to work as a child labour in the construction field. The NMCT identified her and admitted in Abhaya in 2008 and it gave her the chance to continue her studies. Abhaya home took care for higher studies upto completing the Nursing course. Now she is the Warden and Nurse taking care of the Abhaya home and children.

Bethammal

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Thank you NMCT

Saralapathi is a Tribal village at Vettaikaranputhur Panchayat. Most of the people in the village are engaged in agriculture for their livelihood. The children are perusing their education in the Government Middle School which is located in their village itself. Awareness on the importance of Fresh Fruits and vegetables were shared among the Children and Teachers by Shubh Aarambh project of NMCT. Balamurugan, a student perusing his 8th Std voluntarily took responsibility in the formation of the Garden. He is effectively taking care of the garden and the yield from the garden are used in the mid day meal. Balamurugan expresses that it is his duty to take care of the garden and he is happy in maintaining.

Balamurugan