Akkara Foundation is a non-profitable organization, working for the empowerment of the differently-abled community since 2018. From 2019 Akkara Foundation is conducting an award ceremony - "Specially-Abled Award" - for students and youngsters who are affected by Cerebral Palsy on account of World Cerebral Palsy Day (October 6). Excellency in Education, Work, Social Welfare activities are considered as eligibility criteria for the Award
Mr. Muhammed Shaheed from Kasaragod District Won Specially-Abled award in 2019, who overcomes his difficulties and performs excellence in education. Mr Muhammed Shaheed is doing his second-year B.Ed. from Kannur University Campus Kasaragod. Same time as a student, he works hard for the well-fare activities of the differently-abled community including career guidance, help desk and other social activities. He achieved a good grade in his Bachelor Degree, and has the ambition to do a PhD after his B.Ed. Mr. Muhammed Shaheed is the youth president of the Spastic Association of Kasaragod (formed to assist and advocate for people affected by Cerebral Palsy).
The Centre for Child development formed Under Akkara Foundation at Muliyar, Kasaragod provides Doctor consultation, Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Behavioral and Psychological Therapy, and Special Education for differently-abled children.
We are inviting applications for ‘Specially-Abled Award – 2020’ from all over Kerala.
Who can apply?
Students and young people under the age of 35 with cerebral palsy can apply for the Specially-Abled Award.
How to apply?
Fill out the given form below. Also, make a video of not less than 30 seconds and in 3 minutes and send it to the following WhatsApp number: +91 6282812703