Anti Alcoholic / Demonstration for Students
Mother Teresa Day Care / X'MAS Celebration
Fish Vending Forum / Fish Vending Women
UNARVU is a leaflet prepared and published 2011 for private circulation from the Central Office of TSSS.
An The object of this publication is to empower the different forums and groups under TSSS on different subjects: dos and don’ts, information, necessary laws and rules a person has to know as a citizen of the state, a buyer, a consumer and where to get regression for any offense – against children women and the rights and obligations, eliciting self respect, leadership, skill training, the advantages and disadvantages of modern communication medias, food habits specially mobile phone and fast food and the like.Unarvu Leaflet January 2020 Unarvu Leaflet December 2019
This is a handout to the listeners and a guide to TSSS resource persons to prepare the topics for classes
A variety of subjects is preselected relevant for the year and the social needs of the current year and different persons are arranged to prepare the leaflet. This has been proved to be very helpful to the different forums and units so far. This helps the listeners to take home the leaflets for further reading and to communicate their knowledge to others.
In today's society, the use of social media has become a necessary daily activity. Social media is typically used for social interaction and access to news and information, and decision making.
House A Gift
Our previous Unarvu Leaflets
All our Staff and Community leaders and workers is used to readUnarvu Leaflet November 2019 Unarvu Leaflet October 2019 Unarvu Leaflet September 2019 Unarvu Leaflet August 2019 Unarvu Leaflet July 2019 Unarvu Leaflet June 2019 Unarvu Leaflet May 2019 Unarvu Leaflet April 2019 Unarvu Leaflet March 2019 Unarvu Leaflet February 2019 Unarvu Leaflet January 2019
Our impact this year
Trivandrum Social Service Society is making a measurable impact on different communities in Trivandrum and Kanayakumari Districts.
- We are nearing to complete this year target in House A Gift
- Support 300 Families in Save A Family Project
- Develop their understanding of right and wrong
- Enjoy learning and start doing better at school
- Have a positive identity and self-worth
- Enjoy new experiences
Our innovations are adopted by government and civil society organisations at the national, state and local levels. Using our field experience, we have helped create appropriate policies and programmes that bring opportunity for the rural poor people. Our work on self-help groups (SHGs), Save A Family, House A Gift,Childline are now mainstream programmes. . The livelihoods we have directly promoted with women and communities. TSSS optimises the resources available to the poor by helping them access funds and build their assets and capabilities so they can earn a decent living.