Kudumbashree extends helping hand to the adopted son of Kasaragod to secure job placement through DDU-GKY Skill Training Programme Updated On 2021-11-26
Kudumbashree has lent helping hands to Shri. Anoop Krishnan alias Akbar, the adopted son of Kasaragod to secure job placement through DDU-GKY Skill Training Programme. Anoop, who hailed from the state of Uttar Pradesh had become the adopted son of Kasaragod when he had lost his mother and two siblings. Kudumbashree Kasaragod District Mission and Hira Charitable Trust, the Yuvakeralam Training Centre at Kasaragod are extending all support to Anoop to dream of a happier and secure life.
Anoop's father had left the family after selling him to someone to make him do child labour. When he was 13 years old, he was rescued from child labour. As part of the intervention of the Government, accommodation was arranged for Anoop at Paravanadukkam Observation Home and from there he had completed his tenth grade. He was continuing his legal fights to get an address of his own. On getting to know about the plight of Anoop, the District Administration had made arrangements to help him secure the documents.
With the aim of securing a livelihood of his own, he had attended the mobilization camp of Kudumbashree Yuva Keralam Programme and had got enrolled for Assistant Electrical Course at Hira Charitable Trust functioning at Uduma, Kasaragod. He had secured placement at Skyla Electricals after completing the training programme.
Amidst the challenging situations, he looks forward to life with hope and is a motivation for the young generation. Kudumbashree Kasaragod District Mission had facilitated Anoop for his dedication and determination under the leadership of Shri. T. T Surendran at the Collectorate Conference Hall, Kasaragod on 26 October 2021. Shri. Prakashan Palayi, Shri. Iqbal C.H, Assistant District Mission Coordinators, Smt. Reshma, District Programme Manager, Representatives of the Training Agency and Community Volunteers had also attended the function.