Ashram finished first one hundred houses in Kerala

The Ashram is the first NGO in India to finish building houses, based on the government plans, for the tsunami victims.

18 July, 2005 at 6.30 pm

Tsunami house

The Honourable Chief Minister of Kerala, Shri. Oomen Chandy will be handing over the keys to the houses built in Clappana village, for people of Alappad panchayat who had lost their homes in the tsunami. The ashram delegates will first present the keys to the Honourable Chief Minister.

As of today Ashram has finished the construction of one hundred houses in Kerala. Construction of other houses are well underway.

As part of its Tsunami Rehabilitation programme the Math had been providing driving lessons to a thousand of the local youth to provide a means of alternate employment. Shri. Babu Divakaran the Honourable Minister for Employment, will be presenting the first batch of these youth their driving license, in the same function.