ATMA extends support and succour to people in need, during disaster situations like the Kerala Floods in 2018 and 2019, and the present covid pandemic.

Some of the ATMA initiatives include:

Mobilising Resources

Drinking water, Hygiene kits, cleaning materials, mosquito nets, clothes, utility materials, groceries, utensils, household items, etc distributed to affected families. Learning kits, tabs and televisions distributed to poor children during covid pandemic.

Livelihood Support

  • Sewing machines given to 4 families
  • Training programmes at the ATMA Digital & Financial Empowerment Centre to empower participants to seek better livelihood opportunities, and increase their income through digital and financial literacy.


  • Primary Health Care Rural Camps with free medicine distribution
  • Group Counselling & personal counselling sessions
  • Distribution of water storage and purification kit