Projects

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Resilient Community Project

In-keeping with our mission to create impactful change within communities, APPL Foundation undertakes work to empower the communities with health and safety, to bring about this change. A serious issue faced by local communities in North East is trafficking and abuse. Resilient Community Project is aimed at combatting the vulnerability of children in the Tea Gardens of Udalguri and Sonitpur Districts, to abuse and trafficking.

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Digital Learning Centre

A DLC Centre was set up at Lattakoojan Tea Estate, Golaghat, in collaboration with IRDIS (The Institute of Research and Documentation of Indigenous Studies) a non-profit organisation, and Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) in May 2014, with the objective of disseminating basic computer knowledge within the tea community. In current times computer literacy has the potential to empower and enhance employability of the population.

Cancer Care, with ASMI
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Cancer Care, with ASMI

APPL Foundation in association with ASMI, organized a Cancer Care Camp for workers and staff at Kellyden Tea Hospital, in February 2016. Our endeavour is to create awareness, particularly among women on the topic of breast and cervical cancer.

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Cleft Care

Amalgamated Plantations Pvt Ltd has been a 100% cleft-free company since 2011. Since then consolidated efforts are being made to ensure that the communities around RHRC are also completely free of cleft defect.

Regular cleft surgery & screening camps in collaboration with Operation Smile India organized at RHRC, Chubwa.

In the year 2015-16, APPL Foundation funded 20 cleft surgeries carried out by our partner Mission Smile, India. We plan to continue restoring smiles in the coming years. 

eHealthcare Project
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eHealthcare Project

With healthcare facilities in rural India being scarce and ill-equipped, APPL Foundation partnered with Hewlett-Packard (HP) to create a symbolic milestone in the arena of healthcare in Assam and North Bengal. HP and APPL Foundation together set out on our journey to deliver specialist medical aid to remote locations, where our tea estates are located. Equipment and resources, amounting to Rs. 7.34 Crores has been donated by HP to the APPL Foundation. The Hathikuli e Health Centre (eHC) was inaugurated by Chief Minister of Assam,Shri. Tarun Gogoi.

Referral Hospital & Research Centre, Chubwa
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Referral Hospital & Research Centre (RHRC), Chubwa

Referral Hospital and Research Centre (RHRC), a 75-bed, secondary care hospital, was conceptualized by Tata Tea Ltd in 1989 and was set up at Chubwa tea estate by Tata Tea in 1994. RHRC has been offering treatment at minimal cost to the general public. The hospital works on a non-profit t basis. Through its sustained and ethical medical practices, RHRC has earned a good reputation not only locally but even in the neighbouring states of Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh from where patients come seeking better medical care.

APPITI Rowta (Industrial Training Institute)
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APPITI Rowta (Industrial Training Institute)

A state-of-the-art livelihood training facility, trains youth from the region in various employable trades. The primary focus of the Institute is to create efficient technical manpower which is in great demand in the region.

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