Calling it the ‘Baywatch’ of Tamil Nadu, Jehan says he urges boys and girls to get up on their feet and train as open water lifeguards — “It can earn them a living either within or outside India,” he says. The certificate course includes communication, first-aid, resuscitation, swimming, physical fitness and more in the syllabus. Besides that, he provides classes in kayaking, wind and kitesurfing, where once they grow to an instructor level, they can secure jobs in adventure tourism companies.
Solution through Sports tourism, is something to think about & we are passionate about trying to bring about a positive change through sports like Kitesurfing, Surfing, Stand up Paddle boarding (SUP), Kayaking, Sailing & Snorkelling to name a few.
The predominant cause of littering in this region is lack of Awareness. Mainly of the negative effects of Plastics. Historically the region is not used to plastic packaging or replacement of organic tools by plastic tools.
“I have known these youth since the time they were small kids. I was quite worried to think how their future would be like with the kind of results and improvements they showed during their academic life. It is just very surprising to see the way they have made efforts to do something in life and become such good Adventure instructors.
Enabling youth fishermen into alternative lively hood by providing vocational training. Open water lifeguard course with certificate course in snorkelling & power boat handling to enable them to start their own self help group in Karankadu village
A happy easter indeed, we had an awesome picnic on the beach with the kids from our neighbourhood. Introducing them to the water safely & building confidence in interactions along with Dr. Malika from Akalmadam. Introducing them to beach culture & environment protection methods.