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  NGO Name

The Covenant Center For Development

  Year Established


  Primary Contact

V C Nadarajan


Sidhhi, 282, Kamarajar Nagar


Vetturnimadam, Nagercoil




Tamil Nadu




  Phone 1


  Phone 2





  NGO Work





  Annual Budget


  FCRA clearance?





  NGO Visit Information

  Contact Info.

Eera Mittur
AID - Seattle


  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

  Number of chapters or coords coordinating this ngo



  Send email to chapter coords?


  +  Seattle / Sandeep Reddy

  Projects List

Amount Funded

  +  K4

$ 6888


  +  Millets Initiative in Kadri

$ 20444


  +  MA_2011_GroundnutFed_CCD_CA

$ 7333



$ 34665




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  NGO Goals



CCD has been committed to facilitate a process of developing the local resource base, building on the traditional knowledge and skills, and improving the community access to mainstream resources. Since its inception CCD wanted to build community capacity so that the communities not only have greater control over their lives but also over the environment surrounding their lives. The organisation believes that only then one can contribute towards t more...



(3 big projects outlined here, more information available on website)
- It started as a small women’s group in 1992 with the intention of initiating collective savings, to be forwarded as credit to the members of the group, at times of need.The group comprised of women who had gone through the vocational training conducted by CCD. These women then went on to mobilise other women more...



CCD has been involved in promoting socio economic development of rural communities based on Local Resources and Traditional Skills (LRTS). Current work includes areas such as herbal medicine, rural supply chain, energy, art /craft and agro processing. Direct coverage of program is over 25000 families in 6 states and 2 UTs of India with majority of work located in Tamilnadu.
The Kanyakumari program is sequel to Relief, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of the 2004 Tsunami affected community which was implemented by CCD during the period 2005 - 2008. Socio economic development of about 2000 rural artisans in Kanyakumari district involved in palm leaves, natural fibre and sea shell based art and craft is the objective.
A creative paltform called K4 (Kanya Kumari Kalai Koodam) and a R more...




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