• Dalit women empowerment program:  Women participation and ensuring equity and equality shall be possible only through group dynamism and cohesive pursuit.  In Indian context women plays a major role in the family maintenance and management and therefore empowering them on socio-economic and political sectors is pivotal for civil societies. VOC RDC organizes women in the grassroots through internalizing the activism process individually and brings them under the SHG and Federation structures for enabled governance structures. Women are under series of threats like unwanted, uncared and unloved in the childhood days, child right violations, drudgery, sexual abuse in adolescent and adult stages, discriminated and more vulnerable to pandemic disease conditions, feticide, slavery and debt bonded.  VOC RDC categorically organizes adolescent and adult women who are totally disadvantaged and under trafficking, slavery, sex work, and discrimination. VOC RDC has so far registered 194 WSHGs in the working blocks of Vadipatty, Alanganallur, in Madurai District and mobilized a credit access of Rs.3 Crores, and the members have a total volume of Rs.2 Crores savings on internal lending and have a repayment percentage of above 98.
  • Disabled empowerment and support of credit access: The disabled persons were categorically organized as special SHG groups and provide Community Based Rehabilitation services. The essential services of prevention of discrimination, prevention of disability, economic empowerment, political empowerment, facilitating attaining of government disabled schemes and benefits.  34 disabled adults are empowered on self-management and economic opportunities through training and credit access and management from local banking institutions. 21 disabled adult and adolescents were supported with mobility bicycle and 213 children supported with uniform, books, and school bags. National Handicapped Finance and Development Corporation, Govt. of India supported a micro-finance that has benefited 32 disabled in economic empowerment and revolving loans through micro-enterprises.