De Paul international center for wellbeing is a new initiative of De Paul extension service (DES) in collaboration with Centacare and James Cook University in Australia. The purpose of establishing this center is to provide services mainly in three domains that include children, employees and Families.
DES undertake community development activities with the support of local
communities, major activities includes, Strengthen the Anganwadi, Kudumbashree
units, Farmer’s clubs, Balasabha units, Women empowerment and Child development
programmes, House visits, Professional Counselling Services,
Child & Women Empowerment
De Paul Extension Services (DES) renders school-counselling services to various
schools in and around Angamaly. The target groups of the school-counselling
services are students, teachers and parents. Through the School- Counselling
Services DES offers a regular space...
De Paul Extension Service (DES) is a wing of De Paul Institute of Science and Technology associating with De Paul School of social work in order to cater and promote social welfare activities for the advancement of the marginalized and other deprived sections in the society. DES has been promoting a wide array of services such as School Counselling Services, Community Based Rehabilitation for the Old age, Conducting Participatory Rural Appraisal & Social Surveys, Awareness Programmes, Street plays, Exhibitions and Rallies, Model Anganwadi Training programme, Social Advocacy Programme for Environment Preservation, Collaboration with Local Self Governments & NGOs and Women Empowerment Programmes. De Paul Extension Services seeks to empower the deprived and marginalized by facilitating and helping them to help themselves. DES promotes development activities by ensuring equal participation of people and not for mere charity. It gives utmost importance for the worth and dignity of people while rendering such services.