A stitch in time to save nine JRS-Tamil Nadu, India

This initiative comes from MDU - Madurai
The ongoing formation given by JRS motivated the trainees not only to sustain their livelihood but also to feel the pain of their fellow human beings.

Mrs. Mano Shanthi, a teacher of Life Skills Training, offered for the school dropouts in the refugee camps and Mrs. Swedha, a resource person for the advanced level training offered by JRS-TN and one of the alumnae of the month-long training provided by JRS, stitched and distributed 1,000 face masks to all the inmates of the camp. Their care for others demonstrates that either we swim together or sink together.

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