Bro. Siga Animation Centre is an NGO in Chennai working toward the empowerment of slum and rural poor. They mainly work with children and their communities at Vyasarpadi an area in North Chennai which is primarily inhabited by people belonging to the lower economic strata of society. BSAC believes that its work is aiming at the empowerment of the people to create a self-sustained community. To elevate the living conditions of youth and children in Vyasarpadi, and highly inspired by Bro. Sigamani, a Salesian priest, a group of young men founded this NGO in 1984.
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For over 37 years Bro.Siga Animation Cent re (Now aarVam from BSAC) having the privilege of serving as a Non Government Organization working for the uplift of Slum & Rural poor particularly the emerging needs of underprivileged children rights, education and their holistic developments.
COVID’19It is very sad that the entire Global have affected the human being due COVID’19, Lakhs of people died and Lakhs and Lakhs infected and quarantined for observation and intensive treatments. The Tamil Nadu government on Friday announced a complete lockdown in Chennai, Madurai, Coimbatore from 6am on April 26 till 9pm on April 29 in a bid to intensify the efforts to curb the novel Coronavirus that has been spreading rapidly in the State. In Salem and Tirupur corporations, the total lockdown will go on from 6am on April 26 to 9pm on April 28.On Friday, Tamil Nadu reported two more deaths and 72 fresh cases of Covid-19, a government media bulletin confirmed. As many as 52 cases were from Chennai.This brings the total tally of cases in the State to 1,755 with 22 deaths. The number of active cases in the State went down to 864 on Friday as opposed to 908 on Thursday. A total of 114 patients were discharged on Friday leading to the number of total recoveries in the State being 866. (Sources Times of India)
In these crucial situations the lock down completely affected the daily life of entire people in the country but the most affected and victims are the economically weakly sections in the underprivileged communities.Our organization now working hard with likeminded peoples, donors and philanthropist raising funds to support the affected people due to lockdowns to support them to distributes one month rations worth Rs.2000/- per families covering to 500 target families in North Chennai, Vyasarpadi, Chennai.
I am happy and proudly announcing that the funds are raising gradually and we have started to support the affected families.We are great full and thanks that many individuals, donors’ agencies and corporates are supporting us to reach the poorest of the poor. The details reports will be submitted later.I, beg each and every one kindly join us to support in this crucial situations.