WDC inaugurated different training programs under Transitional Project in North Lakhimpur District, Boginadi Block in Kadam Circle. The trainings ongoing are Handloom/Handicrafts, Tailoring, Mushroom Cultivation under, Food Processing & Bamboo Making in 5 villages. These trainings are for the Adivasi community who were deprived from many opportunities from various sectors especially the women/men/youths that have lost their Jobs & Migrant returnees from during the Lockdown due to COVID-19 Pandemic.
WDC also is conducting awareness to 100 aged persons on Safety Measures for Senior Citizens, Awareness programme on Environmental Cleanliness and Decontamination health care, no plastic, mass movement to mask wearing for 500 persons, Non formal Education to 200 school children, Seeds Distributions for Kitchen Garden to 250 families. These activities being carried out in 5 villages namely-Moridirgha, Bhabari, Pratapgarh, Tanga Basti No. 1 & Seajuli Bagan Purona Line in above mention block in North Lakhimpur District.
The Programs inaugurated on 15th October 2020 and will conclude on May 2021. The project is supported by Arise Foundation where WDC is implementing to help the poor and deprived community of Tea Garden in giving livelihood options.
On behalf of Sister Betsy Devasia the Director WDC Ms. Bhagyawati Bhuyan the Project Director express sincere thanks to the team of ARISE Foundation for your generous contribution& truly appreciate your commitment in serving the real needy in distress.
We also convey our gratitude to Sister Annie Varghese the Provincial of Sister of the Cross for your continuous support, encouragement & guidance to accomplish WDC’s Vision.
WD extends sincere thanks to Sister Magdaline the Resource Person who took & Mrs. Nyami Ganak the Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) for their time given in spite of their hectic schedules.
Helping hand to the poor and needy people during the ongoing lockdown period