The overall aim of CSA Trust is to accompany and guide individuals and community based initiatives to promote organisations of the rural poor to take up issues blocking their empowerment. Organisations thus promoted are perceived as power equations of the poor that can successfully address prevailing values, rituals and procedures as well as existing situations and conditions that contribute to marginalise and exploit them
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“A society where disadvantaged women are empowered and marginalized children, educated”
Our work among the poorest and the disadvantaged is carried out by about 45 full time Volunteers and over 100 community leaders. Though we pay our full time Volunteers a subsistence allowance, their dedication is a manifestation of our commitment to be of service to those in need . Various Institutions and individuals have partnered us in our work in the past. Should you wish to know more about our work or contribute to our efforts, kindly get in touch with us.
- Education of children/adolescents (3-18 Age Group) in distress.
- Rehabilitation of young adults with disabilities (0-16 Age Group).
- Empowerment of disadvantaged women (by promoting group processes)
- Networking (with people of concern)