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Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010
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Maduarai Slums-Manjalmedu-2010

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MSW Students visit to Madurai Slums

MSW Students visit to Madurai Slums

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  • 1. WELCOME TO ALL
  • 2. MANJAL MEDU SLUM
  • 3. The Visit Organized By
    • Mr S.Renga Samy
    • (The Department of Master of Social Work)
    • Madurai Institute of Social Sciences
    • 9,Alagar Koil Road,
    • Madurai-625 002
  • 4. The Visited Trainees Group No: 5
    • Ms Sumathi
    • Ms Ramya
    • Ms Anitha
    • Mr Palani
    • Mr Bhuvanesh
    • Mr Rajangam
    • Mr Charles
    • Mr Mohamad Rabique
    • Mr Palanisamy
  • 5. The Team Sumathi Ramya Anitha Palani Bhuvanesh Rajangam Mohd. Rabique Palanisamy Charles
  • 6. History of Manjal Medu
  • 7.
    • In 1960s Manjalmedu was a cremation ground and covered with thorny bushes,
    • After 1970s a group of people came to Manjal Medu from Gomospalayam to continue their life.
    • In 1974 The Tamil Nadu Government constructed 180 Houses to the people
  • 8. Manjal Medu slum is Located Near Arapalayam in Madurai city
    • Population is around 1480 members
    • There are 432 families living in 300 houses
    • There are six identifiable housing clusters
    Location Population
  • 9. Occupation -1
  • 10.  
  • 11. Occupation -2
  • 12.
    • Sanitary workers in Government Sector.
    • (Bus Stand, Corporation, Railway Station)
    • Collecting the wastes in and around the villages. (Papers, Plastics, Bottles)
    • Working in Fish Market (Salesman)
    • Milk Production and Selling to Market.
    • House Keeping to Rich.
    • Ironing and Cow Dung Preparation
  • 13. Sanitation
  • 14.
    • Un cleaned streets.
    • Stagnation of water around the streets.
    • (Mosquitoes on water surface)
    • Improper drinking water.
    • (Often drainage water mix with drinking water)
    • Lack of bath room and toilet.
  • 15. Resources/Facilities
  • 16.
    • Public distribution system (PDS) or ration shop.
    • Integrated Child Development Centre (Balwadies or baby school).
    • Sufficient transport and Electricity.
    • Public health centre (PHC).
    • Community hall & two temples.
  • 17.
    • There is no separate school in this slum.
    • People encourage their children to study
    • Their children study in various schools
    • Many students do not go for their higher studies due to poverty
    • (Males-10 th females-8 th standard only).
    Education
  • 18.
    • Food - Rice, Pulses, Vegetables, Egg, Meat
    • Shelter - Hut, Tile House, Concrete House etc…
    • Language - Tamil, Telugu
    • Dress Code:
    • Men - Shirts, Pants and Dhoti
    • Women- Saris, chudidhar
    Culture
  • 19.
    • This is our first field visit to slum area.
    • After the visit we really felt that about their difficulties in their day to day life.
    • We gathered more information about their Life.
    • The government should take the responsibility to protect their life
    • As social workers we should bring the changes among them through the awareness programs.
    Conclusion
  • 20.  

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