Bring livelihoods to 150,000 rural youth in India

Oct 23, 2012

Anudip update - October 2012

Launch of Anudip
Launch of Anudip's center on remote Sagar Island
Dear Friends,
Anudip Foundation completed a stellar quarter on September 30th having trained 1002 rural women and youth and placed 817 aspirants in jobs or businesses. We have passed the 50% mark for the fiscal year with two quarters to go. Congratulations to our dedicated faculty and placement staff.
The number of students trained since inception of the foundation in 2006 has surpassed 11,000.
During this quarter we added seven new entrepreneur groups so that the total number of businesses is now over 50.
We have significantly tightened up our field fee collection process so that our earned income has increased severalfold. We expect to achieve self-sufficiency by 2015.
While several new funding opportunities are also being addressed, but your individual support always makes a big difference.
With good wishes
Dipak Basu



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Dipak Basu

Kolkata, West Bengal India

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