PMD Society was founded by the first generation of Dalit Graduates (minority) of our area in 1973 and it was legally registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1975, on 22nd November 1975 and then registered with MHA under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act in March 1985 and got renewed again on 2016 and also exempted from Income Tax Under 12-A. PMD Society is also an Approved NGO by Tamil Nadu Women Development Corporation (TNCDW Lt.,) we have also obtained 80G and approval of DARPAN etc. under FCRA.
PMD’s Vision and Mission Statement :
- Build sustainable financial and Capacity Building institution owned and led by socially and economically challenged families.,
- Provide continued access to integrated micro finance and social Development (credit with Education leadership with a heart innovative community program) service to an expanding membership base.
- Learning together for organic farming groups supporting sustainable farming and create new generation farmers institution and a viable option for ground water level management.
- Create unpledged Rural village Development with all infrastructural facilities and basic needs etc. in 150-villages for the promotion and development of the Rural poor and Dalits.
- Bring desirable situation at all levels in villages including local panchayat towards Holistic Development.
- Prepare, help and guide Encourage – Develop – educate and train the Rural poor families in 150-villages for sustainable development and independent with reasoning and bargaining power and economical and social and political empowerment etc.
- Bring solidarity and Religious harmony in 150-villages to promote and strengthen peace and systematic development without poverty and discrimination on any basis or on in any form rural context.
- War against want and trouble shooting.
- Promotion of Rural Agriculture & Biofarming
- Promotion of Health Services through Maternity Health Centre – MHC-Anaiyeri
- Strengthening of Holistic rural development for the marginal and the disadvantaged community.
- Health and Sanitation – Total Sanitation
- Fulfillment of basic needs of the rural poor in rural context
- Economical – Political – Educational and women Empowerment at all levels.
- Organization of Beneficiaries and public relation and credit linkages.
- Environment and plantation of more trees.
- Development of rural schools with all infrastructural facilities and remedial education.
- Formation of SHG – and Milk Coop. for rural women to become self sufficient.Provision of Human rights education to safeguard the interest of Dalits – Women and children.