• Educational support to the gipsy children, street children, children with disabilities and other neglected children.

  • Organizing Neighborhood children Parliament NCP for community transformation

  • Health Awareness Camp and linkages

  • Social awareness program on Human Rights Interventions inclusive of legal aid, legal awareness, legal guidance to the rural communities

  • High order birth control program

  • Screening camps for identifying the people infected by the transmitted dieses such as STD/HIV/AIDS and T.B

  • Awareness generation through cultural activities, rally, campaigns on the various social issues

  • Counseling and guidance for the distressed and depressed people

  • Social inclusion intervention for those who are neglected in all sorts of social problems

  • Referral and linkages to tap the various resources available in the client resource system

  • Community based rehabilitation activities for the person with disabilities

Legal Status

1. Registration No.152 /95

2. Regn.date:27th December 1995 Regn. At Trichy: 175/2003

3. Registration act: Tamilnadu Society Act 27 of 1978

4. Details of FCRA. Registration No: 076010157/2002

Where We Work


MESSO INDIA works in 3 blocks of Cuddalore District of Tamilnadu India and also extends its help wherever needed with in Tamil Nadu. The target blocks are Kurinjipady, Panruti and Bhuvanagiri.

  • Number of villages covered – 60 villages

  • Number of Hamlets covered – 196

  • Name of the Blocks – Kurijipady, Bhuvanagiri and Panruti

  • Name of the Taluk – Cuddalore & Trichy

  • Name of the District – Cuddalore & Trichy

  • State – Tamilnadu

  • Country – India

Total Population covered

Cuddalore district

  • Men – 35,250

  • Women – 47,759

Total – 83,009

Target /Stakeholders

  • Children inclusive of destitute, street and working children

  • Youth – school dropouts, unemployed and under employed

  • Adolescents both boys and girls

  • Agricultural labors and seasonal migrants

  • Persons with disabilities

  • Person infected by STD/ HIV/AIDS,TB and other infectious diseases

  • Small and marginal formers

  • Women – widows, destitute and other neglected