Brainchild of young Martinians 'Joining Help Hand' becomes a beacon of hope for local labourers

Help local artisans and workers with this Joining Hands Helping NGO!

Joining Helping Hands is a recently established Lucknow based non-profit organisation that aims at standing with the local artisans, labourers and workers in the city in times of a severe economic recession during the coronavirus pandemic. It envisions to provide work to hundreds of people who were robbed off their means of living due to the economic crunch and slowdown due to the COVID-19 lockdown.


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A novel venture, Joining Helping Hands is the brainchild of two young Martinians, Saarth Shah and Kabeer Mehrotra who studied the recession, global economy, Indian economy and the declining GDP rate and realised that this organisation was the need of the hour. Joining Helping Hands is a digital medium that becomes the middle ground for people in need, in need of work and service. Connecting these two, the venture aims at touching hundreds of lives, improving the working standards and ensuring that the local artisans of the city are further not exploited in these tough times.

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This initiative is not only a great help to workers and skilled labourers, but it also provides them with an expanded reach within the confines of their homes, which is essential for their safety as well. While at work, the labourers take all health and safety precautions to make sure that the hygiene and safety of the employer are not compromised. The forum is for all those who have lost their jobs and means of living due to the coronavirus pandemic. Labourers and workers are registered with the set-up and anybody in need of their skills can directly hire them, easily!

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Lucknow stands in immense pride as the younger lot of the city takes up this noble initiative to better the economy and minimise the woes of its local labourers. This may be identified as one of the first baby steps that the city puts forth in order to emerge as a stronger force post the coronavirus pandemic.

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