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Prajna Counselling Centre Ngo In Mangalore Karnataka

Prajna Counselling Centre Ngo Information

PRAJNA COUNSELLING CENTRE Non Governmental Organization is located in Mangalore Karnataka . PRAJNA COUNSELLING CENTRE is registered as a Trust at Mangalore City of state Karnataka with Ngo unique registration ID 'KA/2009/0006400' . The NGO registration is done by Sub-Registrar with registration number 4/1987-88 on the date of 16-04-1987, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of PRAJNA COUNSELLING CENTRE is Prof Hilda Rayappan and Chief functionary officer is Prof Hilda Rayappan. Promoters are Mrs Sheela H Rosario, Celine Perriera, Phyllis Dcosta,Beatrice Perriera.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
Unique Id of VO/NGO
Chief Functionary
Prof Hilda Rayappan
Prof Hilda Rayappan
Jacintha DAlmeida
Shalini Aiyappa
Promoter 1
Mrs Sheela H Rosario
Promoter 2
Celine Perriera
Promoter 3
Phyllis Dcosta
Promoter 4
Beatrice Perriera

Registration Details

Registered With
Type of NGO
Registration Number
City of Registration
Mangalore City
State of Registration
Date of Registration
FRCA valid upto
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Mobile Number
Prajna Counselling Centre Falnir Road, Kankanady, Mangalore - 575 002

PRAJNA COUNSELLING CENTRE Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This PRAJNA COUNSELLING CENTRE NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Children, Differently Abled, Education & Literacy, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Legal Awareness & Aid, Micro Finance (SHGs), Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Nutrition, Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation, Urban Development & Poverty Alleviation, Vocational Training, Women's Development & Empowerment, Any Other

Operational States


Operational Districts

South Kannada

Major Activities and Achivements

Child Welfare Award 2001 from GoK IPS KB Distinguished Service Award 2003 KSB Indian Psychiatric Society Republic Day Award 2006 from Govt of Karnataka for service for Women and Child Devpt Sandesha Special Recognition Award 1997 for the work for battered women and alcoholism As a Govt Recognized State Level Training Centre for Santwana Project trained over 353 functionaries of GOs and NGOs As a Central Govt Recognized Middle Level Training Centre (MLTC) trained 486 ICDS supervisors ADULTS 2863 cases of distressed women helped through Family Counselling Centre 1635 cases relating to violence harassment sexual abuse helped through Women Help Line 507 victims of domestic violence rape trafficking sexual exploitation rehabilitated through Short Stay Home 173 women and girls under difficult circumstances rehabilitated through Swadhar Centre 10865 addicts treated and rehabilitated through Deaddiction Centre Study on impact of Deaddiction Programme and women alcoholics was conducted 1578 addicts treated and rehabilitated through 43 ten days Community Deaddiction Camps Over 200 SHGs with 2210 women members formed Initiated community banking and lent over 30 lakh for IGPs 10 SHGs for differently challenged formed mobilized Rs290000 loans with 50% subsidies from BCMDFC Over 300 women and girls trained in tailoring embroidery Rexene and jute production 897 leaders and members of 250 CBOs trained on HIVAIDS prevention Over 10000 high risk groups counseled for behavior change over 15000 students and over 20000 general public sensitized 150 Peer Educators trained over 20000 condoms distributed 157 HIV infected cases counseled and referred Successfully initiated HIVHelp Line Service Promoted network of positive people Over 1500 women sensitized and trained on womens issues legal rights IGP Over 3000 women and children facing emotional and other problems counseled Trained over 200 motivators for promotion of total literacy 10890 population reached out through RCH project 2230 women and rural poor reached through Legal Literacy Camp 3600 migrant families sensitized through TI Project 375 street children reached out through schemes for Welfare of Street Children and Ragpickers 90 educated girls underwent 10 months Balasevika Trainings CHILDREN 734 child labourers street slum migrant children never been to school mainstreamed through special school and bridge course 235 unemployed youth provided job training and job placement through three months Employable Skill Trainings Over 50 abandoned neglected and destitute children rehabilitated through Group Foster Home Over 75 orphan destitute and single parent children rehabilitated through Destitute Cottage Over 80 destitute runaway neglected girls rehabilitated through Fit Person Institution 420 abandoned neglected orphan singleparent children supported through Deinstitutionalized project 20 children living with HIV AIDS provided psycho social nutritional support under CFPI project Over 4000 alcohol and drug addicts counseled for BCC under NACO sponsored project Over 200 addicts reached out through DFIDSPYM sponsored Peer Led Intervention Over 500 female addicts female partners of drug addicts reached out through UNODC supported project