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Abhijith PH - Selected for The Social Hackathon 4.0

Abhijith PH is one of the talented youngsters, who is a volunteer from Kottayam. He is currently pursuing his Electronics and Communication Engineering at Model Polytechnic College, Mattakkara. As a volunteer, he is ever ready to take up challenges no matter what the circumstances are. It is his confidence and his commitment that distinguishes him from others.


SOCIAL ISSUE Children who are abandoned neither get a platform nor the resources to boost their skills and showcase their abilities. PROPOSED SOLUTION Provide adequate resources and training to foster their skills and establish a sustainable platform to transcend economic barriers. CONCERN When privilege plays the part for many, others on the other hand are deprived of opportunities due to their circumstances, even when they are capable . PROJECT: Colours of aspirational little lamps (CALL)

DESCRIPTION: An orphanage would be selected, and adequate time would be dedicated to understand their field of interest. On this basis, support will be given for developing their talents in the field of arts, sports and literature. Necessary equipment will be delivered and training will be rendered by Arise volunteers together with experts in the field. Efforts will be taken to establish suitable platforms for those who excel and thereby bringing them to the forefront.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES

  • To create a sustainable platform for children who are deprived of opportunities.

  • To reduce economic inequalities by providing adequate resources and training.

  • To bring the underprivileged to the forefront.

  • To understand and enhance the skills of children who are abandoned.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

  • GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

Apply now for The Social HacKathon and receive $250 along with mentorship to put your ideas into action! www.socialsolutionsindia.in/the-social-hackathon

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