|A. R S. Vadhyar , Visionary behind Yasoram Charitable Trust.
Yasoram Charitable Trust, Kochi, Kerala., was formed in 1989 by A. R. S. Vadhyar and
Dr. K. Jayasree Vadhyar. with major objectives of housing, education and medical aid for the economically weaker section. more »
- Housing, education and medical Aid for the economically weak people.
- Free technical assistance to the social and religious organisations, which plan to construct low-cost houses for the poor, places of worship, hospitals, old age homes and orphanages.
- Free training to youth in construction field, Engineering and architectural students under the guidance of A. R. S. Vadhyar more »
Kerala Haritha Vidyalayam »
Yasoram Charitable Trust instituted a novel scheme called Haritha Vidyalayam to promote agriculture among school students through vegetable farming, an economically viable and practically feasible form of agriculture. It is expected that the interest developed by the students will also be passed on to the elders in their homes. The larger aim of this venture is to decrease dependence on the neighbouring states for our requirement of vegetables and ultimately to be able to export vegetables to them details »
Haritha Gramam »
Yasoram Charitable Trust has instituted a new project “Haritha Gramam” to help Keralite Villagers indulge in agricultural activities with the long term aim of achieving self sufficiency in their requirement for vegetables. more »
Yasoram Plan Drawing Competition for School Students »
Since the year 1992 YRCT has been conducting a plan drawing competition for school students. The students are asked to put down on a paper provided by the trust of their idea of their dream house. Students from class one to higher school all over Kerala participate in the competition. more »
Bhoodan - Bhavandan Scheme
Yasoram Charitable Trust formed a scheme " Bhoodan - Bhavandan" with aim of providing homes for the deserving homeless people.
“Bhoodhan Bhavandhan” project was implemented in 1999 by handing over eight house plots to the selected needy people by the then Hon. Chief Justice of Kerala Sri. A.R. Lakshmanan.