skills to 1500 disabled & underprivilege youth

 
$989
$15,511
Raised
Remaining
Aug 30, 2012

Hi Supporters

I would like to thank you all on behalf of the staff and on behalf of the under privileged adults and differently abled, for your generous donations and support to CHHASE.

At present, we are providing Computer basics and accounting skills to 10 under privileged adults. Three of our trainees got job and are working in “SALCOMP”. They would like to thank you for the help you provided.

Now we are planning to open placement cell to provide job opportunity in industries. We are now approaching some of the nearby industries and having talks about our center trainings.

Trainings are great opportunities for adults to further develop their marketable skills, which therefore brings them a little step towards self independence.

Many thanks again for your support! We will continue to keep you updated about our work and events of the following months.

Warm Regards.

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Project Leader

Vincent paul Bellamkonda

Director
tiruvallur, Tamil Nadu India

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Map of skills to 1500 disabled & underprivilege youth