• 3rd Cross, Chandran Garden, Chinna Thirupathi, Salem - 636 008.
  • 04272417147, 04175236008


Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is the most severe form of HIV infection. A child with HIV infection is considered to have AIDS when at least one complicating illness develops or when there is a significant decline in the body’s ability to defend itself from infection. Many AIDS-affected households lack adequate food, and child nutrition suffers as a result. Routine immunizations and other preventive care can be overlooked by sick parents or new guardians, leaving AIDS-affected children prone to illness. In fostering households, poverty deepens with each orphan taken in. Thus, overwhelmed guardians may choose to feed their own children first, leaving orphans hungry and malnourished. MDM Thaleer children home was inaugurated on 12.12.2012 and our main objective is to provide care and protection for HIV/AIDS infected, neglected, orphan and abandoned children in Idapadi and surrounding areas

MDM thaleer home is taken care of by a lovable Mother and a affectionate Cook and managed by a highly committed Project Manager – affectionately called “Akka” (elder sister) by the children, which gives a family feeling.

“In all that we do, we must be guided by the fundamental rights of children to family, community, and culture, to education and play, to health and safety, and—very important—to a voice in the issues that affect them. The immense challenge that remains is to deliver protection and services to all children infected and affected by AIDS and to do so for decades to come

MDM Thaleer Home (March 2022)



Total No.of Beneficiaries  so far


  • Separate house for Girls and boys
  • Common kitchen fulfil children’s tasty healthy food
  • Nutritious foods are given to the children to maintain good health and also to cope- up with the disease HIV infections
  • Food menu prepared by the children every week
  • Individual cot with bed for the children
  • Purified drinking water and hot water provision for bathing has been provided
  • Regular counselling given by the Child counsellor
  • ART medicines given to the children infected by HIV with help of Professional nurse daily
  • Regular checkups and investigations to monitor CD4 counts
  • Yoga and Karate teaching to children to be healthy