· Mr. Palani, Deputy Block Development Officer, Kalasapakkam block development office.
· Mr. Pattusamy, Special Group Co-ordinator, SINAM.
· Mr. Devendiran, Special Group Co-ordinator, SINAM.
· Ms. Geetha, Special Group Co-ordinator, SINAM.
Block development co-ordinators of Kalasapakkam, Vembakkam, Thandrampet and the facilitators of the disabled people in every panchayat of different three blocks, particpated.
The chief guest Mr. Sathiyamoorthy has indicated that there is a difference between physical disability and mental disability. The participants assembled here are the physically disabled people not mentally disabled people. So you are capable of doing various activities to generate income for your livelihood. Government, NGOs, Banks and other number of organisations are providing various inputs for the life improvement and development of differently abled people. You should come forward to utilise various opportunities and resources available for the differently abled people. Your mind should be clear that you can win in your life and career. When you suceed the entire society will appreciate and admire you. Let your life be the sense of inspiration to others. He wished for the bright future. 50 persons with physical disabilities participated in the programme. Ms. Jagadeewsari, SINAM Field staff provided vote of thanks. (Rama Perumal) Director
Workability International is proud to share the winning photo of the 2016 Photo Contest:
The photo titled "Learning of Know How" was taken by Syed Mozammel and submitted by the Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation.
Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation (BPF) is a non-profit, non-government, philanthropic organization started working with a handful of trained multidisciplinary team in May 1984. The strength of the organization has been in the development of evidence-based strategies for the prevention, early identification and optimum development of CWD’s, including those at-risk. BPF is providing services to the hard-core poor children with and without disabilities including those at-risk and their families, to optimize development, ensure educational and social participation, economic empowerment, within a safe and protective environment.
To read more about the BPF, visit http://www.bpfbd.com/