• Dalit children education & empowerment and their mother’s skill development:  The prime objective of the program is to promote awareness on basic education rights of children in schooling and prevention of dropouts in the Taluk of Vadipatti. The geographical focus is on the 50 villages at 10 cluster levels. Through the program the mothers of the vulnerable children also receive support on meaningful skill development through tailoring and embroidery. Children were provided academic coaching through 10-child learning centres. Easy learning to slow learning child methodology is adapted and their knowledge levels, learning skills and excellence have been improved substantially.  The centres functions to bring more responsible future citizens from the unmet and discriminated communities. Awareness generation is being provided with celebration of special days to sensitize the communities at the wider levels. Each year 300-children receives educational materials support, 250-children on academic coaching, 100-young mother in vocational training and 500-members receives healthcare assistance through organized health camps.  120-children were provided life skill accomplishment in two-wheeler mechanism, computer application, and tailoring.
  • Eradication  of Child Labor practices:   Children in labor, children in streets, and children in trafficking and dropouts’ children are identified and provided rescue, and rehabilitation services. VOCRDC has made a milestone in reaching 653 of such children so far in the operation in the focus Taluk of Vadipatti.  The growing needs of the neglected and unmet children in bridge-up courses are provided and enabled life skill learning, rehabilitation and mainstreaming in formal education systems.
  • Creche Program:  It is being operated in two sensitive villages, where predominantly Dalit communities live and caters to the need of availing time for working in agricultural lands. Children are cared between 8 am and 4 pm and provided with nutritive food, health check-ups and follow-ups and play materials in a hygienic serene environment
  • Rural Children's Library Program:  Through this program 50 Children Clubs integrating 3900 school going children and organized for the uncared and unwanted children and provides the unique mobile easy-to-learn library service.  The child clubs leaders were provided life skill learning, leadership and activists training and helps in the mainstreaming the dropouts in formal education and prevents child labor incidences in the focused 50-villages.