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AMIABLE AID FOUNDATION is a secular, non-governmental, non-profit making, non-political, non-sectarian social organization which is committed to guide, help, direct, coordinate, strengthen and reshape new dawn of opportunities for the persons with intellectual challenge. AMIABLE AID‘s specialized resource center, striving for the social, economic, educational and cultural integration of the disabled persons in the wider society which take it to a highest standard of excellence.

Whereas, on witnessing the biggest natural calamity, South-Asian tsunami, AMIABLE AID involved itself in corpse retrieval, cremation of bodies, rescue the entangled persons amid destructions, medical assistance to survivors, distribution of relief materials, undertaking de-trauma, counseling programs and rebuilding tsunami devastated infrastructures at Nagapattinam district, South India. Its humanitarian aid includes a care home for tsunami-caused orphan children, capacity building initiatives for tsunami-caused widows and vocational training for the disabled - apart from its regular programmes for the children with intellectual challenge.

After successful completion of major social projects during the initial and consolidated phase of tsunami response, the different level of sensitivity incites AMIABLE AID to put the accent on its own committed priority to intercede the interests of intellectually challenged children and adults.

As AMIABLE AID implements best supportive care system, it has earned a reputation of strong system care providing credential based organization in this region. Dwelling on the strength of its reputation and with the confidence gained from the accomplishment of major tsunami projects, AMIABLE AID set its goal higher to reach out more people in need. The result is an unprecedented surge in consumption of services across the vast social spectrum. This opportunity is wellspring of AMIABLE AID incline to expand. To help drive global growth, we are passionately investing our resources and energies to institute chain of residential care homes, hospitals, resource and research centers at various geographical locations worldwide engaging established local organizations. A full-fledged residential care facility, medical and Research Centre is being established at Tiruchirapalli, Tamilnadu, South India.


Social Institutes are becoming an essential dimension of public life in all levels and in all part of the world. The government with its restricted means and huge demands witnessed a growing inability to cope with the proliferation of political, economical, social problems and had to draw upon the support of voluntary organizations and voluntary workers. Thousands of voluntary organisations came forward to carry aloft the torch of human welfare in partnership with government. A close look at the efforts of those institutes would reveal that it is being witnessed, due to lack of coordination (1) uneven, development of welfare services with advanced areas getting a large share and certain backward areas developing none of the activities (2) duplication of the activities with different institutions organizing the same activity in the same locality (3) that qualitative standards do not step with quantitative expansion and (4) the rigidity of rules and conditions attached to the various schemes of assistance that discourage voluntary organisation from availing of the benefit from these schemes.


On social context, the priority social pursuit taken up by AMIABLE AID is for the disabled sector. The most ordinary of aspirations - to enter school, work in the fields, go out to worship, get married, the prosaic ingredients of even the most humble person’s workday life cycle - are denied to them. Despite profound and consistent denial of their human rights, an estimated 50 million men, women and children with disabilities have remained on the outer periphery of both public policy and social action in India. They are most frequently victims of extreme social prejudice and ostracism, even as they struggle to achieve their potential of a fulfilled, dignified and useful life.

And, People with disabilities are invisible in political agendas, in human rights struggles, in development strategies, in social science research. Nothing been done to improve the existential experience of women and girls with disabilities, who live with disabilities in the countryside. Graver are social attitudes, of shame and ridicule, beginning often within the family, which further immobilize people with disabilities.

Also, a sense of isolation and pervasive low self-esteem are widely amongst people with disabilities. They felt humiliated by their sense of dependency for even simplest acts of daily living, like bathing, eating, and attending nature’s call. The situation is even more tenuous for old persons with disabilities who lack younger care-givers.

It is in this context that AMIABLE AID was set up to muster an effort on scientific lines to organize activities for the welfare of the persons with physical and intellectual challenge impoverished in weaker sections of the society with emphasis on rural, backward and remote areas.


Formerly, AMIABLE AID functioned in the name of Eshaas Charities. And, Eshaas commences its activities during 1996 and became formally rechristened and restructured as AMIABLE AID FOUNDATION in the year 2010. The inception of the organisation is a giant leap considering the complexity of the task which it has embraced.


AMIABLE AID has been registered under Indian Trust Act and the entire organizational machinery is made up of voluntary workers who are devoted self-less service for no benefit of their own with a small but a competent complement of staff employed in all its service centers. AMIABLE AID has been guided by networks of associate organizations at the local and international level.


AMIABLE AID is a voluntary organisation working in association with large number of non-governmental organizations spread over India which can utilize the energy, enthusiasm and initiative of large number of persons from all over the Globe. It possesses experience, necessary expertise and huge network in tackling the various problems confronting the weaker sections of the society and voluntary sector and become active partner in development. To enable it to achieve its objective and perform its functions with which it is entrusted, AMIABLE AID with its representatives can acquire and negotiate privileges, immunities, exemptions and other benefits as it deems necessary for the benefit of self and its associate organisation.


The financial resource of AMIABLE AID is mainly sale of organic products, herbal oils, herbal pickles, honey preservatives, jams, candies, dry vaththals, fruits and groceries, seafood etc., Other income sources are subscription from members and loans, grants or donations from associations, individuals, collections from functions organized, and other fees that may be charged by AMIABLE AID for specialized services rendered. Even though the paucity of funds did not deter progress of its plan considerably due to timely generous support from members, well wishers and friends, it would take some time to fine tune the resources to match perspective plans of AMIABLE AID for expansion of its activities.