RCPDS is a leading development resource organisation based in methodological innovations and field based concepts, promoting sustainable development of the marginalised sections from Rights perspective. Formed in 2000, for over a decade, we have been growing and expanding our work with communities in southern Tamilnadu in close relationship with other NGOs and local communities in fighting poverty and social exclusion. The guiding policies of RCPDS consider women, children, dalit, conservation & protection of natural resources and prevention of HIV/AIDS as non-negotiable cross cutting themes in all its intervention.

News & Events

  • Students visited RCPDS under Learning Program titled, Sustainable Development Initiatives in India, SDPI-2017, a joint initiative between Visthar and two Liberal Arts Colleges in Mn USA from 9th October 2017 to 14th October 2017.
  • Marumalarchy Agricultural Producer Company Limited (MAPC) inauguration is going to be held on 25th October, 2017, Wednesday at Kethanaickenpatti cross, Thiruchuli Road, Thiruchuli.



RCPDS in partnership with BMZ (Federal Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development, Government of Germany) and Kindernothilfe, Germany launched a new program to benefit at 8,860 families directly inclusive of roughly about 16,304 children from nine panchayats of Tiruchuli and Narikudi Blocks of Virudunagar District, Tamilnadu

Children Charter On Climate Justice

Kinder Not Hilfe (KNH), a German based child rights organization, jointly with its partners endeavors to adapt "child rights approach" as central to its development partnership. Child Rights Approach calls for a change in the way things are viewed. This approach empowers children to demand justice as a right and not as charity (and) ..

Mainstreaming Social Inclusion Through Retrieving Rights Of Dalit Children And Community Mobilisation

Children from Dalit and Socially marginalised families have their basic Child Rights Assured and protected against all forms of abuse while their families improve Food security and poverty reduced by improving family income, building appropriate awareness, ....


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