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In response to the acute need for medical assistance, we opened a fully-stocked, free medical and consultation dispensary at the Gurdwara on 1 April 2015.
Abandoning education in their daily pursuit to makes ends meet, knowledge of the Sikh faith and principles amongst villagers had been largely neglected.
We have commenced Punjabi language lessons amongst villagers which will be joined shortly with English language lessons by way of a local teacher in addition to a TEFL programme.
We have commenced Punjabi language lessons amongst villagers which will be joined shortly with English language lessons by way of a local teacher in addition to a TEFL programme
The overwhelming majority of villagers cited the lack of clean drinking water as their main concern. Basic human rights had failed to reach Jhangola.
To develop the basic skills of the villagers, this programme will provide basic Information Technology skills, equipment and Internet connectivit.
We endevour to educate and provide training to help secure permanent and part-time employment for the villagers, ultimately making them self-sufficient.
On initial assessment of village Jhangola, it became apparent the lack of roads had discouraged public transport facilities in the village.
We intend to expand the project to provide sanitation, schooling and transport facilities to ensure the village becomes self-sufficient in the near future.