How to avoid anonymous function in react

I have a scenario here

const Parent = () => {
    handleClick = (id) => {
    return <div>, index) => 
        <child key={index} onClick={(>handleClick(} />)

The child is using React.memo so it won’t re-render unless its props are changed. I don’t want the child to be re-render when the parent renders but in this scenario it will re-render because I am using an anonymous function. I can put handleClick inside of useCallback but how can I avoid the anonymous function here. I have to use an anonymous function here because I am expecting some arguments here.

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