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VGKK, Tezu, Arunachal Pradesh, in Lohit is being managed by a dedicated team of workers carry out the activities with great enthusiasm in the hilly regions inspite of geographical, social and political challenges.


The main activities include:

  • Bamboosa Youth Library
  • Thyagarja Centre for Music and Fine Arts
  • Supporting the branch Children’s Libraries of the VT-AWIC Youth Library Network, Lohit through its 2 field coordinators functioning as “Samaj Shilpis” of the Rejuvinate India Movement (RIM).

The Bamboosa Library set a record of being open seven days a week in the evenings all through the second year and won the warm appreciation of patrons, officials and other visitors, as well as its young readers. It has earned a unique place among the libraries in the state, owing to its fine collection of books and magazines for children, youth and teachers.

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News and Event Karuna Trust has been fortunate to have had the help and support of several individuals and organizations that have partnered with us, over the past 25 years, and helped with our mission. The following is a partial list of Karuna Trustís collaborators and financial supporters. Dr. H. Sudarshan founded Karuna Trust (KT) in 1986 to respond to the widespread prevalence of leprosy in the Yelandur Taluk of Karnataka.

KT has been singularly successful in addressing this problem and the prevalence of leprosy in Yelandur dropped from 21.4 per 1000 population in 1987 to 0.28 per 1000 in 2005. From leprosy control, KT expanded its mission to address problems of epilepsy, mental health and tuberculosis. Eventually this led to the government of Karnataka asking KT to take over the day-to-day operations of the PHC at Gumballi which is intended to serve the same people that KT was serving.