SEESHA, a non profit social organisation, distributed school kits to 20,000 poor children.
Each kit comprised a school bag with 13-essential items like notebook, pen, pencil, eraser, geometry box, water bottle, etc.
The inaugural launch of the distribution of school kits and assistive devices was headed by SEESHA founder Paul Dhinakaran, also the Chancellor of Karunya University & co-founder of Jesus Calls.
Jeyakumar Daniel, executive director of SEESHA, welcomed the gathering. Paul Dhinakaran distributed three tricycles and five motor tricycles to differently-abled people.
Ten sewing machines were given to poor women who had successfully completed the free tailoring course conducted by SEESHA through the women’s empowerment programme.
SEESHA’s vision is to eradicate poverty through various programmess in the field of health, environment, education, women empowerment and child development.