Salim Ali, a graduate from Marangi College joined the DLC center in the year 2015 for BASIC course. He successfully completed his BASIC course with flying colours. His interest to learn more made him take admission in the Advance course as well. After successfully completing the course presently he is working at Lattakoojan Mega Factory (APPL) where he is responsible of ISO implementation and Quality check of products.
Moniram Baru hails from a family of 9 members who find it difficult to make their ends meet. His father who is the sole earning member of the family runs a tea stall and Moniram as the eldest son feels the need to stand by his father to shoulder the responsibility of running the family. The pressing need ushered him to take up the two year electrical training offered at APPITI Rowta. Toady Moniram is up for appearing in an interview and he believes this will changes his and his family’s life.
There is something to be said about education, no matter what our circumstances are. No part of life today is easy without education. Even to work a manual labour job, like on the tea estate – we need to be able to read the numbers displayed.
As a major breakthrough in enhancing maternal and child health in the tea gardens, APPLF has partnered with Solidarity & Action Against HIV Infection in India (SAATHI) to implement the project Sambhuya. The project will focus at maternal and neonatal healthcare development along with family planning promotion. The focal point of the project will be developing Chubwa Referral Hospital of APPL at Chubwa as a Centre of Excellence.
The Moran Blind School since its establishment in 1971 has walked up a long way to gain a legendary status. An abode for Blind children for their dream realization, the school has always been very close to APPLF which persistently assists the school and its students. The success of each child is also a reason for APPLF to be proud of. Mr. Deepak Atal, the Vice Chairman of APPLF during a visit to the School was part of the everyday learning of the children which will remain as a cherished remembrance in days to come.
As Assam experiences grave flood situation, areas as Kaliabar/Jakhalabandha which has remained out of the ambit of floods for the last 6 decades have been inundated. The area is facing severe shortage of clean drinking water which poses a massive threat to the health of the flood affected people. APPL in collaboration with ABITA Zone III has initiated flood relief initiatives. Since 14th August medical staff team of 3 APPL Misa estates with the help of Heath Department, Govt.
Case study of one of the beneficiaries Kuldeep Bhattrai
Ms Rina Mandal, under the mentorship of Ms Anku Barua from Chubwa Tea Estate wins the “Friendship Bracelet” competition sponsored by Keith Spicer UK.
Through this partnership both the Foundations have committed themselves to increase the reach of quality medical care to the remote interiors of Assam.
Sirish™, the first ever cultural festival celebrating the traditional art forms and heritage of the tea tribes, has been very well-received by all those who were present there, including our workers, management and Assam State Government officials.
It provided a platform to individuals from different gardens to display their talents before an audience, whether in the category of sports or culture. On interacting with the different teams that went to Hathikuli, their excitement about the event becomes palpable, even months after the Festival concluded.