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Joginder Singh, executive director, Ford’s Global Business Services with Mike Nithavrianakis, British Deputy High Commissioner, Chennai and several beneficiaries of the Digital Literacy programme
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CHENNAI, India — Santosh came to Chennai seeking employment to support his mother and two sisters back home. Instead, like so many before him, Santosh ran out of luck and ended up living on the street, working odd jobs to make ends meet.
 
 
But the determined teenager knew he deserved better and when he came across Don Bosco’s Anbu Illam – a learning institution for slum and street children – he didn’t hesitate to enroll in a computer course.
 
 
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Tom Chackalackal, executive director, Manufacturing, Ford India with officials of Rotary Club and other dignitaries Tom Chackalackal, executive director, Manufacturing, Ford India inaugurates the learning centre by lighting a traditional lamp

  

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