There are 50 Sambava families residing in Chermala colony at Perambra Kozhikode . The colony lacks basic infrastructure, including water and proper sanitation. Chermala Kizhinchanam Vikasa Samithi is trying to improve the living conditions of Sambavites in the colony by trying to educate the children by supporting them to complete vocational courses to equip themselves for the future
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime “. This proverb is aptly applied here and Recca Sewa decided to help by supporting the Samithi who contact like minded people to get financial support . Last year Recca Sewa supported the vocational training of 3 children by contributing Rs 30000 . They were very happy with our involvement and this year they have requested support for 5 children . Enclosed you may read the appreciation letter ( in Malayalam) fromMr Raghudas Thetteyil , Head master of the LP School of Perambra , for our timely support and details of children supported and the vocational course undergone by them .After witnessing the positive results achieved so far , in the Sewa meeting held on 12th Feb 2019 it was agreed that vocational training for 2 more children can be sponsored by Mr Gokulapala Varma and Mrs Gita Ramachandran respectively through Sewa .