Hyderabad, India – December 08, 2021
CommLab India’s Hunger Mission 2021 Feeds 21,000 Needy People in Hyderabad
CommLab India, the leading provider of rapid eLearning solutions for corporate training, celebrated its annual thanksgiving by feeding 21,000 poor and needy people in the twin cities of Hyderabad & Secunderabad, India. The event – #HungerMission2021 – could reach three times the number of people as compared to the previous year.
The event was spread over two days – December 2nd and 3rd – in which the CommLab India family prepared and distributed Hyderabadi-style Chicken Biryani and buttermilk packets to people in slums (10,125), orphanages (4090), old-age homes, refugee camps, shelters for the homeless, and government-run hospitals (2750). This time, CommLab India partnered with social activists to reach more people.
Much before dawn on December 2nd (Day 1), CommLab India’s in-house chefs marinated the chicken (in the special yummy spice and curd mixture) and cooked the rice, ensuring piping hot Biryani was ready for the Packing team. The Packing team arrived at 8:00 am (to the mouth-watering aroma of the Biryani) and started work, packing the biryani and sealing the packets. It was a marathon and a seamless integration of 3 teams – the team transporting cooked Biryani vessels from the cooking area to the packing centre, the Packing and Sealing team, and the Distribution team.
The 2nd day was a repeat performance of the first, the only difference being in the number of meals shared – 11,000 on Day 1 and 10,000 on Day 2.
Precision was key in this mammoth operation, and everything went on smoothly much like an assembly line, thanks to the meticulous advance planning by CommLab India’s managers. Role clarity with clear delineation of roles and responsibilities, and user-friendly facilities ensured the team achieved its goal of filling stomachs and spreading smiles.
In addition to the usual safety equipment, in view of the huge target, trolleys to transport the biryani vessels to the packing area and automatic sealing machines (to seal the packets) and were procured this time. A DJ console added to the celebratory vibe and helped liven up spirits. The exercise not only helped feed the needy but also gave employees an opportunity to work with each other across teams and experience the true spirit of collaboration. It was gratifying to see the common purpose realized in the smiles and faces of our less fortunate brethren.
CommLab India had two main reasons to celebrate Thanksgiving and end this year on a great note – completing 21 successful years in the eLearning domain and being ranked FIRST among the top providers of blended learning services.
Could anyone ask for more?
This is what Dr. Ayesha Habeeb Omer, COO & Co-Founder, CommLab India, had to say on the successful completion of the Thanksgiving event – “Teamwork and planning were the key to our success. It looked like we had set a seemingly impossible task for ourselves, but discipline, teamwork, and communication helped us scale new heights impeccably. We learned that big dreams do come true – when they go hand in hand with planning. This is a lesson we will take forward to the next year – domain specialist teams and open communication. Here’s wishing everyone a happy, safe new year!”
About CommLab India:
CommLab India, with more than two decades’ experience in the learning industry serving 100 International customers in 30+ countries, is one of the most sought-after global leaders for rapid eLearning solutions. It has been ranked first among top providers of Rapid eLearning for 2021 and Blended Learning Solutions for 2020 by eLearning Industry.
With its formidable authoring tool expertise and decades of experience in corporate training and instructional design, CommLab India offers rapid eLearning solutions for speed, scale, and value… with any authoring tool for:
- Converting of ILT material into instructionally sound, visually appealing, engaging eLearning curriculums, virtual sessions, and other digital learning formats
- Converting legacy courses (from Flash or any other authoring tool) to HTML5, even when source files are not available
- Translating English eLearning courses into 35 international languages – both text and audio