The Kolkata team of Amalgamated Plantations Pvt Ltd participated in the TATA Volunteering Week initiative on April 2nd by partnering with New Light, an NGO that strives to provide a safe and healthy environment for children of sex workers. Employees volunteered at a crèche called Jhinuk located in the red-light district of Kalighat.
The Head Master of the Deering LP school Mr. Jatin Ch. Bordoloi was felicitated by the Hathikuli Tea Estate team for his outstanding contribution towards the betterment of the school and academic achievements of his students.
The Referral Hospital & Research Centre (RHRC) at Chubwa celebrated Nurses’ Day to honour their contribution and commitment. Along with various programs, 3 RHRC Nurses were posthumously honoured and the gesture was highly appreciated by their family members.
Nahorani Tea Estate carried out the Tata Voluntary activity on 26.03.2015 at Rangapara HS School and cleaned up the school campus, white washed the boundary wall, painted main entry gate, provided shade guards in the newly planted plants and at the end of the programme a hand washing demonstration was also held.
In response to the Tata volunteering week, a blood donation camp was organized by Powai T.E. at Powai central hospital on 25th March 2015 . It was conducted by a team of professionals from Tinsukia Civil Hospital under the guidance of Dr. M. Gogoi, Sr. Medical Officer . Dr. K. C. Deka, Dy. Superintendent of Margherita FRU helped us to liaise with the blood donation team from Tinsukia . A total 32 volunteers donated blood on the occasion including Management staff, staff& workers. Benny George who is from Tata Trust Mumbai also donated blood.
Guwahati: On 18.03.15 a team comprising of fifteen (15) volunteers, from the Amalgamated Plantations Pvt. Ltd. Guwahati Office went to a government school, Jyotinagar Prathamik Vidyalaya, Govt. LP School, located at Bamunimaidan, Guwahati, where we chose a pre-primary classroom to clean, paint, decorate and make it attractive for the children.
The Resilient Community Project: Designing a safe and secure future for all.
The cleft surgery camp at RHRC started on January 28th and ended on February 2nd, 2015. The team comprised of 38 members with 23 representatives from Operation Smile, 10 from Referral Hospital & Research Centre (RHRC), Chubwa and 5 student volunteers. Through the course of the camp, 135 patients were screened and 56 surgeries undertaken. The remaining patients could not be operated because they were diagnosed with nutritional problems. Dr.
Around 3.00 P.M. on 28.10.2014 at Khoirabari Division, in section No. 2, a herd of approx. 100 wild elephants were spotted.