As part of the 41st foundational day, Markas undertakes 100 villages across the country. Providing food, shelter, education and developmental training Markas will change these villages’ status to unique progress and educational advancements. Markaz also will supply one million notebooks and other educational instruments to underprivileged students. As part of Markaz orphan care project, a project under which 5000 orphans are being protected giving financial aids, 1.5 crores were distributed in the programme.
Kanthapuram AP Aboobacker Musliyar, the founder of Markaz presided over the function. He said that Markaz had spread its activities to 22 states decades before in order to improve the living conditions of poor people. Now Markaz extends its activities completely undertaking 100 villages as part of our educational and humanitarian mission.
Dr Wael Albattrekhi, Deputy Head of Palestine embassy in India, inaugurated the programme. He stated that Markaz’s activities are incredible while considering how the institution carefully engage with marginalised communities of the country protecting them. Kanthapuram AP Aboobacker Musliyar handed over a cheque of 1.5 crores to the orphans.
Sayyid Zainul Abideen Bafakhi Thangal launched one million notebook project. Chennai district judge, Mr Zakkir Hussain launched smart village projects. C Muhammed Faizy, the general manager of Markaz, delivered the keynote address.