Our purpose is to encourage the study of religions and ideologies and to further the development of society.
The International Centre for Study and Development is a successful volunteer-run social service organization that began in 1982. The members of this UNESCO-affiliated organization include 39 full-time staff members who offer drug treatment and rehabilitation, a home for the aged, family counseling, and continuing education. Each year we organize events to celebrate the World AIDS Day Campaign, Children's Day, Human Rights Day, and Republic Day. In addition to service programs, we have a khadi (Indian cloth) production centre that employees impoverished women. The work of our Cooperation Circle has continued to grow from grants, like the one that we won from the Environmental Satellite CC in 2012 which we used to create an office at the Valakom Addiction Centre.
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The International Center for Study and Development has 70 members, including Christians, Hindus, Muslims, and Dalits. Their dream is to "uplift the downtrodden and diseased masses of Kerala." Past... Read more...