1.Bethlehem Centenary Housing Project One hundred homeless families from the project area are supported to have their own houses by 2023. 2.We are launching yet another project titled “CALICUT DIOCESE CENTENARY PRO-POOR SHE GOAT PROJECT” for the needy of our diocese to be implemented by February 2018. 3. Ashakiranam Cancer Detection Camp on January 31, 2018 at Malappuram 4. Volunteers conduct a survey on Cancer Affected Persons at Wayanad ,Malappuram, and Kozhikode region from February first week onwards. 5.Kolping Diocesan Womens Day Celebration on 8th March 2018.
Jeevana is facilitating an Action Research programme on "Alternative Farming methods for Sustainable Livelihood- a study of marginal farmers in Wayanad District, Kerala. The main objective of the research is to examine the level of competence of the marginal farmers in Wayanad in alternative farming methods besides proposing viable agriculture practices including organic farming. The project is covering 39 marginal/lead farmers of Kaniyambetta Panchayath of Kalpetta Block.This projects is supported by Caritas India and guided by Dr. D. Narayana, CDS, Trivandrum.The action research is lead by Mr. Shinto John under the direction of Fr. Sebastian Karakkat, Jeevana.
Mr. George Wahl,Kolping Germany has visited Jeevana on 15th November 2011 as part of documentation of the good practices done by the partners in India.The team was lead by Fr. Antony Raj, National Director, Kolping India, Chennai and Mr. Augustin National Coordinator.The team visited St. Andrews Group at Beypore and interacted with them on the positive changes in the families after becoming a member since 2006. Mr. George has also visited the Income Generation Programmes run by the Group and families especially by running poultry. The visiting team has appreciated the effort of Jeevana in supporting the marginalized families. The program was lead by Fr. Sebastian and Mr.Biju from Jeevana.
KLM District Convention was held on 13th Nov.2011.The programme was inaugurated by Mr. Pradeepkumar MLA, Calicut. The programme was chaired by Msgr. Vincent Arackal Administrator of the Diocese of Calicut.Kerala Labour Movement (KLM) is an earnest effort to organize unorganized labour folk and it work under the Labour commission of KCBC.A total of 325 KLM members from different parts of the District has attended the program. Mr. Joseph Jude, Mr. Joy Gothuruthu, Fr. Jaison Vadasserry,Mr. P. Kishan Chand, Fr. Joseph Mukelaparambil, Tamarasserry,Ms. Sajitha and Mr. Jose Murickan, Fr. Sebastian Karakkat, Z. Francis and Ms. Jessy John and Mr. Manuel CJ lead the program.