• Post No. 77, Sulthan Bathery ,Wayanad ,Kerala, India
  • 04936 220 479 / 04936 220 002/9497705392
  • info@shreyas.org, shreyaswayanad@gmail.com
  • 04936 220 479 / 04936 220 002/9497705392
  • info@shreyas.org, shreyaswayanad@gmail.com
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Shreyas Social Development Organisation

About Us

Shreyas social service centre is founded in the year 1979 by the Malankara Catholic Diocese of Bathery, dedicated to the development and the empowerment of the marginalized, irrespective of their religion, gender, colour and political affiliation. Since its inception Shreyas is engaged in building up a new social order with gender and environmental sensitivity based on moral values and principles. The present operational area is divided into 9 Regions incorporating- 81 Units -Village Federations for effective management and active participation. Entering into the 36th year of social service, Shreyas could promote 2637 CBOs, coordinating 40000 families, covering a total population of one lakh and ninety thousand

The strategies adopted by Shreyas to achieve the goals are multifaceted and interrelated. Our development process is based on the scientific and participatory approaches. We collaborate with different development actors, Government and Non Government, National and Inter National agencies in order to support primary stakeholders.

Operational Area

Wayanad, Kozhikode, Kannur, Kasargod and Malappuram districts of Kerala and Nilgiri district of Tamilnadu

Vision

Creation of a just society based on gospel values of love, fraternity and human dignity

Mission

To be a learning, Facilitating and model organization for integral development through participatory approach

Objectives

  • Formation, strengthening and sustaining of CBOs
  • Promotion of leadership
  • Promoting decentralization and institution building process
  • Initiating development movements and social actions
  • Conservation of environment
  • Empowering the tribal and other marginalized
  • Promoting gender equity
  • Promotion of sustainable agriculture and food security

Partner group

Marginal Farmers, Agriculture labourers, Women, Youth, Children, Senior Citizens, Differently abled and Tribal.