Divya Jyothi:

In this program Alamba Charitable Trust understood a great need for Residential Skill training for their livelihood.

We reach the remote villages in Karnataka at panchayath level, mobilize and identify the youth with disability (Male and Female) their families to sensitize for their livelihood.

Their families are not financially capable to support these youth for their future, hence they go disappointed and finally fall into moral failures and disastrous activities. To get job opportunities and help them for a dignified life in the society; We give life orientation skills, independent and interdependency skill and Job linked Skill training: basic computer, English communication, Retail Management, moral discipline, life orientated counseling etc...

After completing the training we make sure their job opportunity and place them to earn a living, starting from a monthly salary of Rs.7000/- and above. Once they start working and a salary comes to their hands they become confident, financially supporting their families and responsible to lead a serious and respectful life in the family and also the society.

Alamba Stands unique by Post placement support for retention in job. Also we create a platform for workplace issues between employees and employers. Employed Youth with disabilities are given training in financial management, disciplined way of living. We provide them food and accommodation and even basic medical support till they are financially strengthen.

In Association with : IL&FS, Cheshire Disability Trust,

Pankh – Wings of Destiny - an initiative by Trust for Retailers and Retail Associates of India (TRRAIN) and Youth 4 Jobs Foundation (Y4J)

APD: Association Of People With Disability And Local Supporters.