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Project Sambhuya was launched in April

The skill development training initiatives to improve delivery of services to mother and children of the garden known as Project Sambhuya was launched in April. Now under the programme doctors and nurses form the tea garden hospitals are been trained to provide quality healthcare services. This will improve the health of both mothers and children and reduce mortality rates.

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The hard toil at the farms reaps the harvest.

The hard toil at the farms reaps the harvest. From working day and night at the filed to grow turmeric the small scale framers are now harvesting the turmeric crop. The farmers proudly show their produce which will be soon linked to the market.

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Mothers meeting

Aware of Facts mothers armed to take informed decision! Regular mother meetings are conducted at all the tea gardens to decimated information to the mothers who in turn educate their children of the same. It is one step towards making a change happen.

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Cohclear implant screening camp on 05.11.2017

A cochlear implant screening camp was conducted at RHRC Chubwa to bring back hope in the life of people with hearing impairment. Children holding hands of their parents visited the camp and received the screening service.

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Mr. Ranjit Barthakur’s visit to APPITI Rowta

The Chairperson of APPL Foundation, Mr. Ranjit Barthakur visited APPITI at Rowta on 19th December 2017. His visit followed the approval of the centre under Assam Skill Development Mission (ASDM) and inauguration of DDU-GKY courses. The construction of new girls hostel at APPITI has also commenced. Through extreme grit across the years, APPITI has now come into its own.

 

Children of the Garden - Cultural Programme
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“Children of the Garden” – Taking Stories to New Places

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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