About Alamba Charitable Trust
Alamba Charity works tirelessly alongside disabled people in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster.Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity.
About Alamba Charitable Trust
Alamba Charity works tirelessly alongside disabled people in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster.Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity.Rs. 0.00 donated of Rs. 90,000.00 goal
Alamba Charity works tirelessly alongside disabled people in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster.Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity.Rs. 0.00 donated of Rs. 31,440.00 goal
Rs. 8,500.00 donated of Rs. 129,750.00 goal
We Render Our Widest Services
- Alamba Charitable Trust, provides livelihood and sustainability training support for such youth.
- Alamba focuses mainly on retaining the youth with disability in jobs by providing accommodation & food; thus we could achieve 78% of such employees still working in Bangalore, since 3 to 4 yrs continuously.
- So far, We have trained already 540 youth; and over 300 hundred members are still working.
- The Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is the body of independent experts which monitors implementation of the Convention by the Trustee who have ratified the Convention – ‘Alamba Trustee’.
Awarding the service in field of Disability Sector
On 3rd December 2013 “World Disability Day".
Some of the success stories
Success Story of Savitri
Savithri Mallappa Hallur is from Darmahatti village which is 20 kilometers away from Belgava district mentioned as one of the remote areas, They are as a Joint family of 42 members, her father and mother are working in agriculture and looks after the family, she has 3 siblings second one got married and elder brother is studying BA final year and younger one works as driver.
She was born with good health, when savithri was studying 8th standard she got fever no one took her to hospital and then her leg stared becoming vulnerable, (more…)
Success Story of Jyothibasava
Jyothibasva is from Ganadal Vilage from Raichur. This is a smallest village and at village they were struggling for water, and his father and mother are working as agricultural daily wages labor, there are 7 siblings. 5 sisters got married and elder brother is working as agricultural daily wages labor. Jyothibasu is the younger one among them and after his study he went to construction work as labor after 2 year he came to bengaluru in search of Job and got job at small hotel worked for 4 months he got good appreciation from owner and gave him (more…)
Success Story of Sunil Bapir
Sunil Bapir is from Guledgudda Village from Bagalkote district. This is a smallest village and his father and mother are working as weaving labor weekly they get payment Rs.500/- if there is no demand they will be payed Rs. 300/- , he is having 2 elder brothers both are continuing their education BA final year and B.Com., 2nd year, elder sometimes go for weaving. Family does not have any agricultural land or any other source of income, Sunil wanted to help his parents from child hood.
He came to know about Alamab’s sensitizing (more…)
Success Story of Muthavva
Mutthavva Shivappa Sulikere is from Halladuru village which is in Bhagalkot district; this is one of the remote areas, she lost her father 3 years back who was agricultural labor and her mother is also working as agricultural labor by looking after her family. She has 4 siblings. Eldest brother is working in motor garage, 3 younger sisters are studying.
She used to walk during her schooling, at PUC it was very hard for to travel for college so had to dropout form education. Later she went to learn the computer (more…)
Success Story Of Mr. Kumar
Kumar had polio from the age of 1. Both his Father and Mother are working as a daily wages agricultural laborers, he has 2 siblings, first one is studying BA 1st year and second is assisting parents. Awaiting for his S.S.L.C Marks Card, Kumar came to Alamba with reference from an organization. As per his acknowledged information he was 18, so we impacted him for the Training.
Success Story of Mr.Sapthagiri
Sapthagiri was suffering congenital growth from birth. Inspite of his disability, he is a loving child to the family specially to his grandmother. He suffered all these years physically as well as mentally and suppressed his emotions and muted himself.
When Alamba Chartable Trust conducted Job Sensitizing program at Chikkabalapur his grandfather got inspired by us and registered Sapthagiri’s name, in Alamba’s PANKH training. (more…)
Success Story Of Siddamma
Siddamma was suffering from polio at the age of 3. Both her Father & Mother are working as Agriculture daily wages labor, she is with 6 siblings one elder sister married, 4 younger sisters and 1Younger brother are studying. As she is with disability nobody looked after her including her parents, so she was taken care and protected by her Grandmother till 7th STD after 7th Siddamma was sent to hostel for further studies from 8th to SSLC , while studying SSLC her Grandmother, (more…)
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