The construction sector is very hazardous across the globe. However, in some countries there is an absence of standard recording and notifications system for construction accidents while in countries such as India, the systems exist but their implementation is an issue. In both cases, statistics on construction accidents are either unavailable or highly under-reported and this leads to a situation where due attention to safety is not paid. These estimates are based on reliable information derived for the construction sector of National Capital Region (NCR), Delhi using different sources. This further projects the fatal accidents for all states based on working population data obtained from Census. The quantum of construction work in all states are differentiated based on their data on cement consumption using linear inter and extrapolation methods. In line with this estimate the minimum number of people that would have died annually in Indian construction sector from 2008 to 2012 was 11,614. The estimates presented here would help in drawing attention of all stakeholders to take remedial measures. Alamba's aim is to provide aid & assistance to all of these construction workers and get them their lives back to normal and support their family as they were, already they are not financially stable and work based on daily wage system. Getting hurt in their profession is common but once they are affected in the long run, they won't be able to make enough money to support their family. We are here to help them in these situations.

We at Alamba are together with one motive to push and carry everyone together towards all round development, with this motive, we aim at taking care of the specially-abled people and let them have a chance back at getting their normal lives back. The youth and the people who go through the trauma of being different from the normal, puts them in depression, builds up anxiety and creates their lives difficult, our desire is to cut that out and make everyone self-sufficient.

We help and take care of them, and teach them to make the most out of with what they are blessed and prove to everyone, that they are like the rest of them. Alamba is there for you, when they are rejected by everyone else and we try to get into their shoes to feel the pain and trouble they go through, they are neglected and are left to live the way, they are, without the chance to even stand up for themselves.

Future Projects

1) Physiotherapy Centre for person with disability (Polio/Paralysed) – Physical exercise that encourages rapid exchange of oxygen to muscle tissues to make those part, start to function once again, providing the chance to change their lives drastically. Paralytic Polio survivors develop Post-Polio Syndrome (PPS), are suffering by new or increased muscle weakness, fatigue or pain; and all of this can be helped through our Physiotherapy Centre.

2) Care Home for Elderly (Disabled) – Aged care services that can provide support for the elders and the senior ciitzens who needs proper help, but are not helped in the right way, can use our assistance. The help we provide:-

  • Home maintenance & modifications including repairs, garden maintenance & installation of things such as hand-rails & ramps
  • Goods & equipments including items such as walking frame or raised toilet seat
  • Other services to help at home, allied health including occupational therapy

The services we provide are free for the poor and unheard and we charge nominal prices for some of our services,, which are as follow:-

  • For resedential care centre for a youth per month = 3,500/- rupees
  • For training & placement for a youth per month = 3,500/- rupees
  • Physiotherapy for youth per month = 750/- rupees