SCT provides free healthcare services to students, families and community members
No one wants to remain poor. Still, several families and individuals do not have the skills, or the means to a better wage. So we encourage people to learn more to earn more. This means more self-help groups, training Women & Girls and introducing creative Art & craft Work.
We also assist individuals and self-help groups access government programs meant to uplift them, so they can move out of poverty.
Once our communities become self-sufficient and learn to reinforce that with state support, they strike out on their own. At this stage, we typically move out of such deprivation and seek other communities that need help
Received ‘support packages’ in 2014, typically including rice, clean water, bread, mosquito nets, tarpaulins, vitamins and more.
Was distributed to families in need in 2014, along with more than 185,000 litres of clean water every week.
assisted individuals and self-help groups access government programs meant to uplift them