Every year Children’s Day is celebrated in India on 14th November and 20th November is celebrated as International Child Rights Day. A weeklong celebration at the Tea Estates to promote child rights and awareness regarding the children at the gardens, their life and rights was the prime objective of the Campaign.
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APPLF since its inception has been the witness of ravaging floods in Assam every year. With accent of monsoon, Bramhaputra swells and overflows its banks wreaking havoc and causing death. Lakhs of people every year at affected by flood: loss of home, scarcity of food, cloths, shelter, safe drinking water and no medical aid are the prime features of flood.
A formal foundation stone laying ceremony for new girls hostel at APPITI Rowta was conducted on 23rd November 2017. This would go a long way in scaling up the volume of trading, specifically for women candidates. Lack of safe and secure environment in Rowta had limited its reach.
An area has been intentionally kept uncultivated, within the garden premises of Diffl oo Tea Estate for the specific purpose of facilitating elephant and other wildlife migration between Kaziranga and Karbi Anglong. Together with Balipara Foundation, a dossier is being prepared of all the plant, animal and bird species found in here.
As part of our drive to ensure sustainable development, a key area of focus is to empower and encourage the most widespread profession, farming. APPL Foundation is actively working in Assam-Meghalaya border region by focusing on small holder farmer’s integration with main stream spices market through collaborative farming approach.