The ORC , which was setup one year back to rehabilitate and support young population who are suffering from such behavioral change symptoms.This year training was held for five days in the city where Dr. K A H Mirza , who is a consulting psychiatrist and a senior lecturer at the kings University of London said that " Emotional behavior problems in children of Kerala has rose to 12 per cent from 5 per cent two decades ago.The new figures are similar to the figures of the United Kingdom." He also had wide experience in handling young people who are committed anti-social offenses in various countries includes Ireland, India , UK, Canada and India.
“Though the figures in Kerala are looking not so good, but there is hope. The sense of community among Malayalis is much different from those of England. In England, an initiative like this would be titled 'your responsibility towards children", and not 'our responsibility". That difference is a huge added quality that can help the children in Kerala to be rehabilitated,"as said Elspeth, when he asked about the relevant of the initiative,who works as organizational consultant in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Southern Africa and Columbia.