HDFC Bank CSR scheme, Parivartan enabling holistic development of marginalized communities, vulnerable groups and other disadvantaged areas by providing immediate and long term interventions spanning across core areas with structured measures for sustainable benefits.

Apart from providing basic facilities like drinking water and sanitation, the project envisions to contribute to the livelihood development by supporting the local economy through building resilience to agricultural and local food systems, imparting skill and knowledge to overcome extreme climate events and strengthen social networks for financial and social inclusion.

Where We Work

wayand
Wayanad
Idukki

Kuttanadu

Ernakulam

Project Updates

‘Nanma’ Dairy Value Addition Unit Inaugurated

Dairy products unit supported under the HDFC Bank CSR programme inaugurated by Sri. V.S Pradeesh President, Paarakkadavu, Block Panchayath. HDFC ...
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MSSRF participated in the “Kerala Fish Fest 2022″

MSSRF participated in the Kerala Fish Fest 2022 organised by the Department of Fisheries, Kerala, from November 18 to 21, ...
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Climate Change and Aggravated High Tide Flooding: Co-Creation of Community Resilience – Media Workshop

Over the past few years, the State of Kerala has faced numerous climate disasters. Sea level rise due to climate ...
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Major Components

Natural Resources Management

Skill Development and Livelihood Enhancement

Health and Hygiene

Financial literacy and inclusion

Imapct Stories

The potable water from the natural sources in Kuttanad region of Kerala is known for its toxicity owing to the ...
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Need of the intervention Lack of quality crop saplings in the region, farmer dependency to outside markets, dwindling diversity of ...
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Hamlet level education support was extended in 5 Paniya Hamlets of Wayanad in Kerala, by the HRDP Parivartan. 5 trained ...
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The Challenge: Ensuring the availability of balanced feed at an affordable price was a constraint to many farmers at Chendamangalam ...
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A stitching studio- sewing classroom was established at Maniyarankudy village in the district of Idukki. The venture has been providing ...
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The screw pine plants grow wild on the banks of rivers, canals, ponds and backwaters of Kerala and also serve ...
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