As part of vocational training programme, Okhla-headquartered Human Welfare Foundation (HWF) organised certificate distribution programme for ANM students on July 22 at the Allama Iqbal Hall Milli Model School.
“Certificates were provided to 50 students who have completed the course from our Abul Fazal Enclave-Skill Training Centre. The center is being run under flagship programme VISION 2026. This course is affiliated with Vishwakarma Open University for self-employment and livelihood, the practical part was monitored under the supervision of the experienced staff of Al-Shifa Multi Specialty Hospital. Twenty nine out of 50 students already got the job on behalf of this certificate course,” said the organiser.
Dr Zafrul Islam Khan, chairman Delhi Minorities Commission, graced the occasion as the chief guest with T Arif Ali, general secretary-HWF and Mohd Jafar treasurer-HWF also present.
Established by a group of community leaders in 2006, HWF has become a leading nongovernmental organisation dedicated to carrying out humanitarian and development programmes to ﬁght poverty and people’s sufferings by working in partnership with vulnerable communities regardless of faith, caste, gender or political beliefs.
HWF, along with its partners, is primarily focusing on education, healthcare, micro finance and poverty alleviation, disaster management, drinking water, orphan care, women empowerment and community development.