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Nature-Based Citta System of Health & Wellness Care


Citter is synonymous with providing high standards of clinical care, quality training and cutting-edge research in the frontier areas. Combined priorities for comprehensive patient care, manpower development and research, stem from the commitment to an integrated and multidisciplinary approach which addresses societal needs. We host an ancient discipline in the 21st century needs as public health,  translated to help  humanity in need of good health and wellness and to promote the growth of this knowledge and expertise.



Social Service  & Support for Poor Rural Farmers


Small farmers have the utmost importance in Indian agriculture. Small and marginal farmers account for 86% of total farmers but they contribute only 47% of total cropping area, which shows that there are some significant landholdings disparities in India. Today the growth of small farmers are highly linked with the development and poverty reduction of the nation.Poor Small Holding Farmers are facing problems due to non-availability of quality inputs, lack of access to credit facilities, public resources, technology, limited quantity production, etc., lack of assured market and income safety which resulted in an increase in dependency of farmers on the intermediaries and local money lenders.

The call now is to move away from extractive and input-intensive practices towards a low external input and sustainable system of agriculture. There are different forms of this ranging from organic to natural to pesticide-free farming.

The overarching intention is to bring a more holistic approach to farming thereby reducing the use of chemicals in farming without affecting the yields.

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Social Media Outreach


Social media outreach is the practice of building relationships with people who have a powerful platform. Some examples are influencers, bloggers, and publishers. Now that technology has evolved, social media marketing has become essential in helping different activities grow. We wish to increase engagement based on what Citter is offering to our specific audience we wish to target. We believe that having well-established relationships with a network of people that can help others shouldn’t be news to a business owner but directly to a person and to engage them. Our outreach is to ensure, to make sure someone is engage with people regularly,  from our platform to take care of their needs.


Volunteering at Citter is a brilliant way to expand your perspective of the real world outside your domain and to experience a specific field of interest and what outcomes it brings to you in Tamil Nadu, India.

Citter is a new organisation that works in the area of health & wellness, education and agriculture. It is an organisation set to bring Citter nature-based healthcare and wellness as a global activity for people to benefit from, and you as a volunteer becomes a catalyst in supporting others especially in need. We also work with 'NANBAN' our social organisation for the support and welfare of poor farmers and their families through agriculture practices to sustain them


Your volunteering will help you learn new skills, and the benefits can be even greater for you! Our volunteering programmes bring about benefits for your mental, physical and spiritual health and wellbeing. The social contact aspect of helping and working with others can have a profound effect on your overall psychological well-being. Nothing relieves stress better than a meaningful connection to working for a specific cause that benefits all with a greater purpose. It helps you develop a solid support system.. By measuring hormones and brain activity, researchers have discovered that being helpful to others delivers immense pleasure. Human beings are hard-wired to give to others. The more we give, the happier we feel.

Volunteering increases self-confidence. You are doing good for others and become a part of the Citter global community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment and purpose. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of satisfaction and identity. And the better you feel about yourself, the more likely you are to have a positive view of your life and future goals.

Volunteering provides a sense of purpose. Older adults, especially those who have retired or lost a spouse, can find new meaning and direction in their lives by helping others. Whatever your age or life situation, volunteering can help keep you mentally stimulated, and add more zest to your life.

Volunteering helps you stay physically and mentally  healthy. Studies have found that those who volunteer have a lower mortality rate than those who do not. Older volunteers tend to do more, stimulating themselves mentally and physically keeping active, find it easier to cope with everyday tasks, are less likely to develop high blood pressure, and have better thinking skills. Volunteering can also lessen symptoms of chronic pain and reduce the risk of heart disease.

If you're considering a new career, volunteering can help you get experience in your area of interest and other meet people in the field. Even if you're not planning on changing careers, volunteering gives you the opportunity to practice important skills used in the workplace, such as teamwork, communication, problem solving, project planning, task management, and organization in general and in specific in the domain of healthcare, education and agriculture. You might feel more comfortable stretching your wings at work once you've honed these skills in a volunteer position first.

When it comes to volunteering, passion and positivity are the only requirements.

JOIN US on this journey beginning with Tamil Nadu!

Those who wish to volunteer may send us an email stating which of our given activities, they may by interested in and a brief about themselves, their experience and why they wish to join one of our programmes offered.


Please mail us at '' and subject mentioned as 'Volunteering Programme Offered.'

Volunteers for Citter

Agriculture - Better Agriculture Practices for Poor Farmers


Agriculture is dying in India, not only in the production of food as but as a desirable profession to! This must change NOW and steps must be taken right away, as the future of agricultural produce and farmers are at stake!

India still accounts for a quarter of the world’s hungry people and home to over 190 million undernourished people. Incidence of poverty is now pegged at nearly 30 percent and rising. Our goal is to achieve  – healthy agricultural practices and eradication of poverty amongst poor rural farmers in villages.

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