The COVID-19 outbreak has created an unprecedented global crisis.
APPL Foundation in collaboration with Starbucks Foundation, Barefoot College and SHRI Foundation has initiated a positively impact the lives of rural Assamese women and their communities at Hathikuli. The programme addresses holistically; better health and wellness, sanitation at community level and economic Opportunity, vis à vis secondary livelihood development. In order to mapping the current situation, opportunities and needs in order to establish a long-term road map for intervention and implementation a team of experts visited the communities.
The biological phenomenon of menstruation in women is a taboo topic which the community and even the women who undergo the cycles refuse to discuss.
The ownership of creating an environment encouraging education for children is the obligation of every member of a community.
An initiative to provide SMART TV based classroom education to children from Tea Communities.
APPL Foundation launched Project "3F and MHM, North Bank" across seven APPL estates of North Bank and Misa to provide fungal-free health and a dignified menstrual hygiene practice space at work for the women of these tea estates.
A caring support at an early age can make lives of children with special needs better.
The wellbeing of individuals and communities as a whole lies in their intake of nutrition.
Tea garden hospitals act as the lifeline to the communities in and around the garden.