A society which values diversity, respects equality and realizes the full potential of persons with disabilities in order to build a better world for all.
To advance the human rights of persons with disabilities and providing them right career opportunities after giving suitable training to them.
To promote solidarity among and equal treatment with full respect in all of its work non-discrimination on any grounds including disability.
Alamba Charitable Trust is an Organization registered, in the year 2004, in view of meeting the challenging problems of the poor and the needy in the society. Started a residential care center for youth with disability of (Age -18 to 35) for both (female and male).
Youth with disabilities experience discrimination and social exclusion in
every aspect of their lives. It is a consequence of the combined impact of rejection of difference, poverty, social isolation, prejudice, ignorance and lack of services and support starts from the family showing discrimination from the normal children, not raising the hidden power in them. Negative beliefs about what causes disability and the limitations of people with disabilities are often firmly held and difficult to dispel. Disability can be associated with punishment for past sins or bad luck, and may be considered ‘contagious’. So they sacrifice their children to some orphanage or NGO where they get education.
After education, comes career which is a challenge for a every human being, Despite of the reservations provided by the government we still face unemployment. As inability keeps poking them, they slowly go to depression.
Alamba cracks all these crucial family challenges by focusing on remote rural areas where the youth with disability are considered and mobilized. We provide them free services like – health counseling, life skills training, attitude building, nutritious food, accommodation with all motivation supporting and sharing their mental stature.
Alamba Charitable Trust, provides livelihood and sustainable training support for such youth.