The Street Light (Theru Vilakku)


A magazine titled “Theru Vilakku” (street Light) is published once in three months. The magazine focuses on authentic data and photographs of the Street and Working Children. It enkindles the society to extend their support in the process of eradication of child labour. It also underscores the services of Anbu Illam towards the emancipation of the Youth at the street and working children and their community. The magazine also enlists all the endearing deeds of Anbu Illam. On the whole “Theru Vilakku” is an eye opener for all the people.


Salem Santhippu (Salem Junction)


A book by Fr. Amal Jeya Rayan, quoting his experiences with the students in Anbu Illam. A well thought out presentation of the life of children in the shelter. The book beautifully dwells on the problems and difficulties of the children who feel that they have nobody to call them their own. It also focuses on the right to family that the children need most. The author is the previous Director of Don Bosco Anbu Illam, Salem. He has been very much involved in bringing stability to the institution and in growth of the shelter homes and its sister concerns.


A Journey with the Marginalised children


Don Bosco Anbu Illam Salem has come out with a bi-lingual video production titled “A Journey with the Marginalised children”. It is about the varied activities carried out by Don Bosco Anbu Illam in and around Salem for the marginalised, abandoned, street and working children.



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