Livelihood for 300 young people with disability

by MOB Rural Health Centre
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability
Livelihood for 300 young people with disability

I am glad to make this report here with a submission that due to economical problems two of the staff involved in this project is not working for it. The fund which each of you have donated is not reached to us because of some issues with the Government. As there was no money to give as salary to the staff and to conduct programs we were able to reach to them through wage employment and self employment. we were able to send 100 YWD to different training centers. Three of our staff had gone to Hyderabad for the training to refresh themselves to work effectively. 

We are waiting for the disbursment of funds to take the project forward more effectively. 

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For third quarter we identified 410 youths with disabilities in 4 taluks of Mandya district and one taluk of Mysore District. 

We signed ToR(Terms of reference) with The associations of People with disability(APD) Bangalore. MOB started the referral partnership effect from 1st August 2019. Meanwhile, MOB team to undergo the 3 days orientation program to understand the APD Livelihood program.

 

For Mysore District Candidates we identified 2 new training centres in Mysore city. 1 is Ramakrishna Ashrama and another one is Deena Dayal Foundation. Already we have good rapport with Rudset Training Institute and Neharu Yuvaka Kendra Mandya.

 

Now we enrolled 60 Youth with disabilities to 6 different training centre in Bangalore and Mysore. Out of that 40 youths with disabilities completed their training. 15Youth with disabilities are working in local industries. And 5 Youth with disabilities are running their own shops. 

 

Apart from this kind of training centres we also helped few youths with disability to get job in their local area.

Few youth with disabilities are facing difficulty to travel Bangalore and Mysore. So for we provided some financial support to buy sheep’s and stitching machine. Through our intervention 4 girls are enrolled to tailoring classes. Once their training finished they will happily run their life independently. 

 

We are collaborating with Anganvadi teachers, ASHA workers and Village rehabilitation workers (VRWs) MRW’s community health workers and Taluk hospitals to mobilised youth with disability.

So for we are conducting health awareness programs and legal awareness programs also. Through this various activities we are mobilising youth with disabilities to enrolled livelihood.

Training centre visit
Training centre visit
Workshop-1
Workshop-1
Work Shop-2
Work Shop-2
Applying Loan to run petty-shop
Applying Loan to run petty-shop
Local employment
Local employment
Self employment in Home
Self employment in Home
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Self Employment-
Completion of training
Completion of training
Batch No-4
Batch No-4
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Training session
Youth with disability
Youth with disability
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For second quarter we identified 290 youths with disabilities in Mandya district and Mysore taluk. 

We signed ToR(Terms of reference) with The associations of People with disability(APD) Bangalore. MOB started the referral partnership effect from 1st August 2019. Meanwhile, MOB team to undergo the 3 days orientation program to understand the APD LH program.

Now we are focusing to enrol at least 25 to 30 candidates per month.

APD livelihood coordinator Mr. Raghu AH visited for BH visited to MOB RHC for screening the candidates. 17 candidates are attended 1st screening program. By next quarter will enrolled 100 youth with disabilities for various trainings. 

Now 1st batch undergoing APD training program. Apart from APD we also helped few youths with disability to get job in local area.

Few youth with disabilities are facing difficulty to travel Bangalore. so for we provided some financial support to buy sheep’s. Now 2 members purchased sheep’s and  5 people started self employment. Through our intervention 4 girls are enrolled to tailoring classes. Once their training finished they will happily run their life independently. 

We are collaborating with Anganvadi teachers, ASHA workers and Village rehabilitation workers (VRWs) MRW’s community health workers and Taluk hospitals to mobilised youth with disability.

So for we are conducting health awareness programs and legal awareness programs also. Through this various activities we are mobilising youth with disabilities to enrolled livelihood.

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The Team MOB began the survey on May 3rd 2019 with the Great Spirit. Theselected locationis Mandya district and Mysore Taluk.Based on the primary data we visit door to door and meet the disabilities and their families.

 

Our target is Identification of 1000 PWDs with 3 categories of disability.Till the date we have identified 150 youths with disabilities.End of June will identify 250 youths.We Offer them a 15 day residential preparation course (Foundation Course) prior to vocational training.

 

When we were meeting them we motivate forlivelihood through vocational training course.Once they done with course they are eligible to work and earn Rs.8000 to 10000 per month which helps them to meet their expectations and they can become economically independent.

 

In this regard we have collaborated with NYK Manyda, RUDSET Mysore, Vijaya bank vocational training centre, CHESHAIRBangalore, Association of People with Disabilities (APD Bangalore), Voice of Needy Foundation (VNF Bangalore) and Tirumurthy Rural Development Centre (TRDC Kanakapura)

 

Course will range from 2-4 months depending on type of course.We send the beneficiaries batch wise and each batch consistof 20 to 30 youths with disabilities. Field/follow up support to ensure retention during training and in the work place.

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MOB Rural Health Centre

Location: Mandya, Karnataka - India
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