Facilitating social transformation remains a priority of the institution and hence the focus on social action. In line with the charism of the founder, the institution takes preferential option siding the poor, thereby addressing issues of social justice.
Having promoted social development programmes/projects for over 3 decades, the institution has revamped its strategies through a continuous process of organisational development and change management
Sustainable community development
There are 2 social service centres working in about 383 remote villages with an exclusive focus on the marginalised and disadvantaged communities following participatory methodologies. Dalits, tribals, and migrant workers of the tea gardens and other backward caste people are the target population with a special focus on women and children and other vulnerable categories.
Various community-based development schemes are planned and implemented with the active participation of the target population.