Mangaluru: CODP receives tools for specially challenged people from Lions Club

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Mangaluru, Jan 30: Lions District Governor Dr Melwyn D’Souza handed over walkers and crutches to CODP in the presence of district cabinet secretary Oswald D’Souza, Leslie D’Souza president Lions Club, Valencia Mangaluru treasurer Lawrence Serrao and Secretary Valsa Jiwan, Cyril Jiwan, John Vas, Alwyn Pinto, Jagadish and Swenie.

Fr Vincent D’Souza secretary, CODP welcomed the club members and introduced to them the CODP programmed for the poor. Lions president Leslie D’Souza spoke of the purpose of handing over apparatus designed for specially challenged individuals from among the self help groups needy members. The usage of the tools will be on a rotation basis. Once individuals have finished using these tools, they are required to return them to the CODP centre so that the same is being used further.

The president and members promised to work in collaboration with the CODP in future programmes. Leslie D’Souza president of Lions club, Valencia Mangaluru proposed thanks to all those gathered. The programme concluded with a refreshing session.




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