Swami Vivekananda Medical Mission

Swami Vivekananda Medical Mission is a registered Charitable trust working with a not for profit motive. The trust aims to serve the backward sections of the population of Attappady block of Palakkad district  in Kerala state, India. Overall development of the people of Attappady, especially the scheduled tribes, with freedom from illness, poverty  and malnourishment has been the focus of the mission ever since its establishment. The activities of the mission have hence ranged from medical relief to education, women’s empowerment and eradication of social evils like alcoholism.

Vision


Swami Vivekananda Medical Mission is inspired by the rousing call of Swami Vivekananda to serve every man as God himself---‘Nara’ as’ Narayana’. We are driven by his vision of India rising from the villages and forests, from the most remote and most backward sections of our great motherland. Read More


Hospital Development

The need for developing the hospital into a specialty medical centre providing quality specialty care to the poor tribal patients free of cost was long felt. The aim was to set up a labour room, operation theatre, ICU, New born ICU and additional wards to provide maternity care with facility for delivery and caesarean sections.  Read More


Malleeswara Vidyanikethan Silver Jubilee Celebrations

The school entered 25th year of glorious existence in 2016-17. This institution was started in 1991 by Sri Perumal, a government servant working in the Irrigation department in Attappady. It was called Malleeswara L.P. School and gave education to about 50 students every year up to 4th standard. Read More


Skill Development

A large number of tribal families in Attappady remain immersed in poverty. Those families residing in remote tribal villages have few means of livelihood or income.Swami Vivekananda Medical Mission conducted Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) meetings and socioeconomic survey in about 20 villages in Attappady in 2013.  Read More


Rural Development

The tribal community live in villages called ‘ooru’. The ooru is a traditional ecosystem with living arrangements, interdependent living styles and self sustaining economy. The very old, very young and the very ill, all were taken care by the community by mutual agreement and consent. Read More


News & Events

• Inauguration of Insurance Scheme                     • Sewa Internship programme started                     • Multispecialty medical camp held on 9th October 2016                     • Diabetes Camp held on 18th December 2016                     • Sant Eshwer Award Presented to Mission                     • Surgeries started at our operation theatre                     • Skill development Centre Annual day                     • Swami Vivekananda Jayanthi                     • Onam Kit distribution                    
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