Welcome To Society For Community Organization And Rural Education (Score)

Organization's History

Society for Community Organization and Rural Education (SCORE) is a Voluntary Social Service Organization with non profit motive. Our organization has been duly registered with State Government under the TamilNadu Societies Registration Act. 27 of 1975 and it has been functioning since 1995, by a group of social minded and dedicated persons hailing from the bottom strata of the rural society, having clear insight into the problems faced by socially and economically downtrodden and underprivileged segments of the rural communities.


Activities Of Score

SCORE conducts its several welfare and Development initiatives through collaborating overcome agencies, private institutions and like-minded groups.


Welfare & Development Programs

SCORE have been implementing various welfare and development programs and projects to elevate the Socio-Economic conditions of poor, down trodden, SC / ST and other disadvantaged communities of this area. And also our organization has been involved in multifarious Social Welfare programme such as all round development in Health, Education, Rights based works, Stigma and Discrimination of HIV/AIDS, Environment development and Climate Change, Poverty Alleviation, Child Education and Rights, Organic farming and sustainable Agriculture, Skill Training for youth and Girls, Reduce the maternal and newborn mortality through Women SHG and women or youth empowerment etc sector for the up-liftment of downtrodden community from some other sources of assistance's as well as according our ability and possibility Karur, Trichy and Namakkal Districts of TamilNadu, South India.

Our Activities

SCORE growth into a fully fledged development organization, covering over 45,000 people in 25 villages, is attributable to the sustained vision of a just and equitable society. Decentralization is the core component of this vision, as it allows beneficiary communities to use technological know-how and organizing capacities to develop according to the principles of self-governance. While our focus remains on decreasing the prevalence of water-borne illness and sustainably raising the water retention capacities of rural watersheds, SCORE gives us the flexibility to assist interventions in livelihood, prenatal and maternal health, credit networks and rights-based advocacy. These efforts allow us the resources to approach development holistically and to use our experience in the development sector to further link tribal communities with other non-governmental organizations, international aid projects and government development agencies.

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