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CORA NGO is a non-profit social charitable organisation started in 1995 by Mr.Sylvester Chandra is the founder secretary of this organisation started this valuable venture for the upliftment of the poorest of the poor with the like minded individuals from various walks of life. In 1997 Ms. Prisicilla Christinal the President became part of this team and in 2003 Ms. Anbuvizhi the Treasurer also joined this team to strengthen its power to serve.. In 2003 Ms. Anbuvizhi joined this team to strengthen its power to serve and was part of the team till 2014 . In 2008 Ms. Kanimozhi a nutritionist joined the governing Board and had been strong motivational support to the organisation. Later Mr. Vinoth Kumar and Ms.Nandhini became part of the Organisation management. In 2015 Mr.Abraham Muthu Nayagam joined the governing Board as Joint secretary. This organisation provides charitable services to the orphan children , children in difficult circumstances, in distress and disadvantaged people and to uplift the poorest of the poor;especially to those children who had lost their parents due to HIV/AIDS and abandoned by their relatives and neglected by the society. The services that are rendered by CORA are irrespective caste creed religion race and colur and is also a equal oppurtunities organisation.
The organisation was initially carriying out small programs with contributions by the founders till 1997. In 1997 a grant support was received from the Mercury Phoenix Trust, Switzerland implementing HIV/AIDS Intervention Programs. While implementation of the HIV/AIDS programs we came across many people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) without and denied access to medical treatment and children orphaned and : abandoned by their relatives; forming part of street children; heading the family; forced to discontinue their education; and with many more problems. During this time we had several discussions and meetings with the stakeholders and experts in development to develop a program for these neglected community in the society in 1997.
In 1999 we were able to get a support for the AIDS Orphan children care and support from a Spanish agency ANESVAD. This agency supported the Tiruvannamalai AIDS Orphan children care project from 1999 and Tirunelveli AIDS Orphan children care project from 2003. About three hundred children (300 ) from both project and about 300 people living with HIV/AIDS were given care and support. Their support came to an end after completion of the agreement in march 2010. We are now forced to look for alternate funding support for continuation of the ongoing programs to make survive the children for food, clothing shelter education and medical support to whom we support was extended for the past twenty two years.
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