Aided by the Ministry of Women and Child Development, New Delhi, MET runs the Rose Manor Short Stay Home for Women and Children at Vengara, in Malappuram district. The Short Stay home protects and rehabilitates victims of marital disharmony, trafficking and exploitation, unwed mothers, and women compelled to leave home without social or family support as a result of marital discord etc.
Seshy is a Community Rehabilitation Project, started in 1992 by AWH in partnership with Action Aid India. Headquartered at Malappuram, Seshy is registered as a charitable society under the Societies Registration act of 1860. It works for the educational, moral and economic advancement of disabled people, women, children, backward classes and scheduled tribes. The society also strives for the early detection, rehabilitation and diagnosis of adults with disabilities and illnesses. In addition, the society also works in the field of drug abuse prevention and prohibition.
MET was selected as a Field NGO of Kozhikkode district to implement a project of RCH Phase II programme of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. The programme targets children below 2 years of age, adolescents, pregnant women and other eligible couples. The objectives of the project are to improve reproductive and child health, to increase the immunization rate, to promote adolescent education and to decrease the RTI/STI rate.
MET has two Family Counseling Centers at Malappuram and Kasargod. The counseling centers provide preventive and rehabilitative services to women and children, effective counseling services to those with marital maladjustments and spread awareness about preventive laws relating to women and children through public function and mass media.
The Sureksha wing of MET is dedicated to the treatment and rehabilitation of those addicted to alcohol and narcotics. Started on March 13th 1992 with the support of the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India, Sureksha was adjudged the ‘Best De addiction Center of Kerala’ by the Anti Narcotic Council, Kerala state. Now in its 18th year of service, Sureksha is a full-fledged de-addiction centre, offering comprehensive in-house treatment facilities.
The MET operates a Crèche unit at Pothukallu Panchayath, Nilambur block, Malappuram district. The unit started functioning on 19th August, 2003 with assistance of the Kerala State Social Welfare Board. The Crèche unit provides services to children of the scheduled caste and deprived sections of the society. Forty children, mostly from working class families, are now admitted to the Crèche. The unit employs one teacher and one helper to take care of the children.