Welcome to SINAM

SINAM (Sadayanodai Ilaignar Narpani Mandram) was registered as a non-profitable, non-political, non-religious charitable voluntary organization in May 16, 1986 at Tiruvannamalai, Tamil nadu, India.

A group of 15 young people including college students gathered together for the formation of a society, legally recognized for the socio economic environmental and health development of Dalits and the poor people in Sadayanodai village. SINAM in Tamil language is Anger. The expression of anger was due to the injustice, unequal distribution, discrimination of poor and illiterate people and their struggle for their day to day survival. In order to work with the marginalized and disadvantaged people, SINAM was emerged as an NGO, and developed a strategy of working with the People, Government, Banks, Educational Institutions, Funding Partners and other Organizations for empowering the under privileged, unprivileged and less privileged community.

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SINAM Activities

Childrens Garden

SINAM has identified 39 most under privileged children from Thurinjapuram block covering four villages...

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Skill Training

Various skilled training like tailoring, wood carving, electrical and home appliances, poultry keeping and management...

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Environment & Health Programmes

The environmental development programmed, Bio-diversity, Global Warming, organic cultivation, rain water harvesting...

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Recent Programs

Children Development Programme held at SINAM
09th Aug 2015

International Women's Day 2015
14th Mar 2015

World Disability Day 2014
03rd Dec 2014

Women Rights – International Women's Day Programme
23rd Mar 2013

Awareness Generation Programme for Rural Women
Feb - Mar 2013

Creche Programme
Nov 2012

Farmers Club Programme.
2012 - 2013

Programme for the differently abled people
2012 - 2013

Workshop on Digital Photography for Documentation
28th - 29th Jul 2012

Participation in Network Meeting
2012 - 2013

SHG and Business Training
2012 - 2013

Personality Development Training for Youth
2012 - 2013