Plappally is a tribal settlement located in the Goodrical range of Ranni forest division, Pathanamthitta, Kerala State, India. The place is an intersection point of Mannarakulanji–Chalakkayam state highway and there is a forest station in Plappilly under the Kerala State Forest and Wildlife Department. 27 persons including 10 elders and 17 children belonging to 8 families are dwelling in this tribal colony located in the deep forest zone of Plappilly. Most of the children drop out from schools at the primary level itself because of the lack of necessary study materials, transportation facilities, food, clothes etc. After 6'o clock in the evening there is no light in the hamlet so that they are not able to study, cook food, even meet each other in their families.Officials of Mercy Cops, visited the colony and convinced the struggles and difficulties they are undergoing. As a primary help to them, they are supplied with sufficient emergency lamps, torches, tables, chairs, pen, pencils books etc. On 26.11.2018. Trust came to an agreement with Mr. Radhakrishna Pillai, a grocery merchant in Angamuzhi to supply grocery items for an amount of Rs. 2000/- per family every month.The total amount is being paid to the shop keeper by the Trust every month. A Police Constable has been designated to ensure this system is functioning smoothly and effectively. Facility is made available at the nearby forest office for charging their emergency lamps. For imparting better education and good behaviour Sri. Sachin, a B. Com graduate and a native of Angamuzhi has been appointed as tuition teacher who takes daily tuition to all these students from 4 PM to 6 PM everyday except sunday. Salary of the tuition teacher is paid from the Trust regularly.