Employability Programme for youth in slums

by SAATH CHARITABLE TRUST
Driving Training
Driving Training

Employability Programme for Youth in Slums

Unemployment is one of the major problems faced by youth in India. Saath noticed that there are many youngsters in Gujarat who have dropped out of schools to earn livelihood. But they don’t have enough skills, so to get the solution for this issue Saath started employability programs, not only in Gujarat but also in Rajasthan. 

Objectives of the Programme:

  1. To train disadvantaged youth, aged 18-30 years, between 180 - 300 hours and ensure they are placed and try to support of them in relevant jobs with assurance of minimum wages and opportunity for career advancement
  2. To introduce minimum three innovations that would directly impact retention, skill enhancement, and program sustainability

 

Report Duration: October 2016 – December 2016

Work done 

  • Total Trained: 248

 

Introduction about Programs:

 

The sector has been divided into formal and non-formal trainings:

  1. Formal training program:
  2. Informal training program:
  3. Informal training program for Women:
  • Udaan
  • Nirman
  • Women at Work

 

 

 

Udaan:

 

Udaan program provides livelihood training to youth from vulnerable backgrounds and give them an equal opportunity to employability. The courses selected for the programs are also a result of market research and need assessment program from the community itself. The courses that are currently offered in this program are as follows:

  • Beauty Parlour
  • Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES)
  • Bed Side Patient Assistant (BSPA)
  • Retail Management
  • Tally
  • Career and Workplace Skills

The entire above mentioned program is for entry level jobs. Placement assistance is also provided to the trainees.

Nirman:

Nirman program addresses the training needs of people in the informal sector. Practical and theoretical training is provided which moulds their skills and capabilities to get better incomes. The courses that are currently offered in this program are as follows:

  • Plumbing
  • Electrician
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • Mobile Repairing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are also running women batches for electrician and masonry course. For informal trainings, SAATH has collaborated with Bosch India Foundation, American India Foundation and Shivia Micro finance as they both are well known for their qualitative and effective work. They use their expertise in providing opportunity to impart training about safety standards.

 

 

 

Women @ Work:

Saath started new skill development and enhancement program to empower young women and focus on non-traditional job options which will have an inclusion of micro-entrepreneurship, life skills and technology components to aid them in setting up their own businesses if they choose. In the case of young girls below 18 years, there will be a work readiness module and sessions on how they can re-enroll in school if they would like to. Sew machine Repairing

  • Sew machine Repairing
  • Women Drivers
  • Plumbing
  • Electrician
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • Mobile Repairing

 

BENEFICIARY STORY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Training Skilled Masons

 

 

Name: Chandrajit Madanlal Chavda (Name Changed)

Trade: Masonry

Contact Number: 8735951288

Address: 1512, Gayatrinagar Society, Near Kubereshwar Mahadev, Saijpur Bodha, Naroda Road, Ahmedabad

Chadrajit is a migrant from a small village in Rajasthan. His father there used to work as a labourer under a mason and his mother was working as a farm labourer. After 12th standard he left his studies as his parents cannot afford his higher education. He started working as a mason labourer with his father earning Rs. 200 per day as wage. He felt his income was less and seeing no proper opportunities in Rajashtan, he decided to come to Ahmedabad Gujarat, and he migrated with his wife and 2 children.

Here he was getting work as a labourer only and was earning Rs. 400 per day as wages. He wanted to improve his skills to increase his income but wasn’t able to find any avenues for that. At one of the Labour Naka’s, he came to know about the Nirman training when the Saath team was conducting mobilization there. After getting all the relevant information, he decided to join the training. Sharing his learning’s of the training, Chandrajit says, “In the training I learned about calculations, use of a calculator, different base measurements, types of construction and plastering, estimate of work and many other things. The life skills sessions taught me about communication, team work and relationship building. The financial literacy training taught me the importance of savings, insurance and through the mobile app I learned a lot more. My reservations regarding the insurance were removed because of it”.

After the training, Chandrajit who was initially earning around Rs. 7,000 per month, is now earning Rs. 8,500 per month. He has started savings and has taken out insurance of his family as well. He regularly counsels his other friends as well to join the Nirman training.

YEP DATA- FOR GLOBAL GIVING

 

October' 16 to December'16 status

Month                                    Enrolled                                          Trained

                                Male       Female        Total             Male        Female         Total

October'16                 -                -                -                   13              64               77

November'16             -               85             85                  26              44              70

December'16             -                -                -                   10              91             101

Total                            -             85             85                    49         199             248

 

Batches completed (no. of batches carried out)

 

                                                  No. of batches completed                                      Total

Oct.16                                                          6                                                             6

Nov.16                                                          3                                                            3

Dec.16                                                          5                                                            5

Total                                                            14                                                          14

 

Innovations of the program:

  • Index for trainees has developed to measure the real life impact of the trainings on trainees as an individual and a group. It shows the success of the program. The Index serves as a complete monitoring tool.

 

  • New trades has been introduced like painting, mobile repairing, sew machine repairing

 

  • Special Women batches have been started in non-traditional trade like electrician, masonry, sew machine repairing, women driving.

 

  • Career counselling is provided to the participants of the programs.

 

  • Financial literacy and safety training is provided to the participants.
Self Defense Training
Self Defense Training
Work Readiness Session
Work Readiness Session
Chandrajit (Name Changed)
Chandrajit (Name Changed)

Attachments:
Career Counselling
Career Counselling

Employability Programme for Youth in Slums

Unemployment is one of the major problems faced by youth in India. Saath noticed that there are many youngsters in Gujarat who have dropped out of schools to earn livelihood. But they don’t have enough skills, so to get the solution for this issue Saath started employability programs, not only in Gujarat but also in Rajasthan. 

Objectives of the Programme:

  1. To train disadvantaged youth, aged 18-30 years, between 180 - 300 hours and ensure they are placed and try to support of them in relevant jobs with assurance of minimum wages and opportunity for career advancement
  2. To introduce minimum three innovations that would directly impact retention, skill enhancement, and program sustainability

 Report Duration: July 2016 – September 2016


Work done 

  • Total Trained: 234

 Introduction about Programs:

 The sector has been divided into formal and non-formal trainings:

  1. Formal training program:
  2. Informal training program:
  3. Informal training program for Women:
  • Udaan
  • Nirman
  • Women at Work

 Udaan:

 Udaan program provides livelihood training to youth from vulnerable backgrounds and give them an equal opportunity to employability. The courses selected for the programs are also a result of market research and need assessment program from the community itself. The courses that are currently offered in this program are as follows:

  • Beauty Parlour
  • Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES)
  • Bed Side Patient Assistant (BSPA)
  • Retail Management
  • Tally
  • Career and Workplace Skills

The entire above mentioned program is for entry level jobs. Placement assistance is also provided to the trainees.

Nirman:

Nirman program addresses the training needs of people in the informal sector. Practical and theoretical training is provided which moulds their skills and capabilities to get better incomes. The courses that are currently offered in this program are as follows:

  • Sew machine Repairing
  • Women Drivers
  • Plumbing
  • Electrician
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • Mobile Repairing

 

We are also running women batches for electrician and masonry course. For informal trainings, SAATH has collaborated with Bosch India Foundation, American India Foundation and Shivia Micro finance as they both are well known for their qualitative and effective work. They use their expertise in providing opportunity to impart training about safety standards.

  Women @ Work:

Saath started new skill development and enhancement program to empower young women and focus on non-traditional job options which will have an inclusion of micro-entrepreneurship, life skills and technology components to aid them in setting up their own businesses if they choose. In the case of young girls below 18 years, there will be a work readiness module and sessions on how they can re-enroll in school if they would like to. Sew machine Repairing

  • Women Drivers
  • Plumbing
  • Electrician
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • Mobile Repairing

 BENEFICIARY STORY

 Aparna Prahlad Khairnar (Name Changed)

Aparna is a 31-year-old married woman. She stays with her in-laws, husband and two children. Her husband, Prahlad, an auto rickshaw driver, is the only bread winner of the family. He manages to make about Rs. 15,000 per month. Moreover, they stay in a rented house in a chawl. Most of the expenses go towards house rent and children’s education.

 

Aparna could study up to class 10. She aspired to go to college but circumstances were not in favour. She thought of working, but got married at the age of 18. Following year she entered the motherhood and all her time went into childrearing. Aparna wished to support her husband towards income generation, but family responsibilities did not allow her to take up any job. When she learnt about the beauty parlour course at Kalyan centre through her friend who had already enrolled for it, she looked it as an opportunity to do something for herself.

 

She joined the course and regularly enthusiastically takes part in the training session. She used to be very shy initially and would not mix with batch mates. In her words, “I would hardly go out of the house earlier as I used to get everything at home. Even daily purchases were made by my husband and father-in-law. Because of this, I was afraid of interacting with non-family members.

During these three months, I have gained confidence in expressing myself and talking to others without hesitation.”

 

Her training is about to complete. And she has already started working for two-three hours daily with a nearby beauty parlour to get experience. Currently, she works five days a week and makes about Rs. 2,000. She is confident enough to start her own beauty parlour once she attains all necessary skills.

 

July’16 to September’16 status

Month                                  Enrolled                                           Trained

                              Male        Female          Total            Male         Female         Total

July’16                     91            128              219              14              80              94

August’16                  -               51               51               11              73              84

September’16           19              85              104              35              21             56

Total                      110             264             374              60             176            234

Batches completed (no. of batches carried out)

 

'                        July’16           August’16          September16          Total

Udaan                    7                    3                          3                    13

Total                     7                     3                          3                    13

 

 Innovations of the program:

  •  Index for trainees has developed to measure the real life impact of the trainings on trainees as an individual and a group. It shows the success of the program. The Index serves as a complete monitoring tool.

 

  • New trades has been introduced like painting, mobile repairing, sew machine repairing

 

  • Special Women batches have been started in non-traditional trade like electrician, masonry, sew machine repairing, women driving.

 

  • Career counselling is provided to the participants of the programs.

 

  • Financial literacy and safety training is provided to the participants.

 

  • “Saath Service Point” Mobile application has been developed to serve as a database for the clients who are in need of services like: Masonry, Plumbing, Electrician, and Carpentry.
Retail Class Training
Retail Class Training
Team Building Excersice
Team Building Excersice

Attachments:
Cleanliness Drive
Cleanliness Drive

Employability Programme for Youth in Slums

Unemployment is one of the major problems faced by youth in India. Saath noticed that there are many youngsters in Gujarat who have dropped out of schools to earn livelihood. But they don’t have enough skills, so to get the solution for this issue Saath started employability programs, not only in Gujarat but also in Rajasthan. 

Objectives of the Programme:

  1. To train disadvantaged youth, aged 18-30 years, between 180 - 300 hours and ensure they are placed and try to support of them in relevant jobs with assurance of minimum wages and opportunity for career advancement
  2. To introduce minimum three innovations that would directly impact retention, skill enhancement, and program sustainability

 Report Duration: April 2016 – June 2016


Work done 

  • Total Trained: 236

 Introduction about Programs:

 The sector has been divided into formal and non-formal trainings:

  1. Formal training program:
  2. Informal training program:
  3. Informal training program for Women:
  • Udaan
  • Nirman
  • Women at Work

 Udaan:

 Udaan program provides livelihood training to youth from vulnerable backgrounds and give them an equal opportunity to employability. The courses selected for the programs are also a result of market research and need assessment program from the community itself. The courses that are currently offered in this program are as follows:

  • Beauty Parlour
  • Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES)
  • Bed Side Patient Assistant (BSPA)
  • Retail Management
  • Tally
  • Career and Workplace Skills

The entire above mentioned program is for entry level jobs. Placement assistance is also provided to the trainees.

Nirman:

Nirman program addresses the training needs of people in the informal sector. Practical and theoretical training is provided which moulds their skills and capabilities to get better incomes. The courses that are currently offered in this program are as follows:

  • Sew machine Repairing
  • Women Drivers
  • Plumbing
  • Electrician
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • Mobile Repairing

We are also running women batches for electrician and masonry course. For informal trainings, SAATH has collaborated with Bosch India Foundation, American India Foundation and Shivia Micro finance as they both are well known for their qualitative and effective work. They use their expertise in providing opportunity to impart training about safety standards.

Women @ Work:

Saath started new skill development and enhancement program to empower young women and focus on non-traditional job options which will have an inclusion of micro-entrepreneurship, life skills and technology components to aid them in setting up their own businesses if they choose. In the case of young girls below 18 years, there will be a work readiness module and sessions on how they can re-enroll in school if they would like to. Sew machine Repairing

  • Women Drivers
  • Plumbing
  • Electrician
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • Mobile Repairing

 BENEFICIARY STORY

 Name: Dhaval Udhrejiya(Name Changed)

Age: 19 Yrs

Course: Retail Management

Dhaval comes from Isanpur area where he lives with his parents and older brother. His father and brother run a loading rickshaw and hence their income is not fixed. Dhaval himself has only studied till 9th standard. Dhaval says, “I failed in 10th standard and had to leave my studies after that. I wanter to study ahead but looking at my family’s condition I left the studies and started working at a welding shop where I earned Rs. 3,500 per month”.

 Dhaval was not happy with his current job as he was working in an unsafe environment and the welding fumes started affecting his health but in order to sustain his family he was not able to leave the job. He came to know about the training course when he met one of our field coordinators who visited his home. He came to know about the retail course where the English course and Computer training along with Retail training attracted him and he joined the training. He really enjoyed the training and says, “I learned a lot during the training and especially the life skills sessions helped increase my confidence. I was afraid about finding a new job but the centre staff helped me tremendously and found me an interview for Sales Executive at DBC Communities nearby. I went for the interview and passed it and now I’m working here happily”.

Dhaval is now earning Rs. 8,000 per month, supporting his family much better and his father is very happy with the initiative taken by him.

 April’16 to June’16 status

Month                                            Enrolled                                                       Trained

                                           Male     Female     Total                               Male     Female      Total

April’16                                  91          128        219                                 14             82         96

May’16                                    -           51          51                                   11            73         84

June’16                                 19           85        104                                   35            21         56

Total                                    110         264        374                                  60            176       236

Batches completed (no. of batches carried out)

                    April’16      May’16      June’16      Total

Udaan                7            3                3            13

Total                 7             3                3           13

 

Innovations of the program:

  •  Index for trainees has developed to measure the real life impact of the trainings on trainees as an individual and a group. It shows the success of the program. The Index serves as a complete monitoring tool.

 

  • New trades has been introduced like painting, mobile repairing, sew machine repairing

 

  • Special Women batches have been started in non-traditional trade like electrician, masonry, sew machine repairing, women driving.

 

  • Career counselling is provided to the participants of the programs.

 

  • Financial literacy and safety training is provided to the participants.

 

  • “Saath Service Point” Mobile application has been developed to serve as a database for the clients who are in need of services like: Masonry, Plumbing, Electrician, and Carpentry.

 

  

Job Fair
Job Fair
Goal Setting Workshop
Goal Setting Workshop
Dhaval-Beneficiary Story
Dhaval-Beneficiary Story

Attachments:
W@W team celebrating Women
W@W team celebrating Women's day at Novotel Hotel

Employability Programme for Youth in Slums

Unemployment is one of the major problems faced by youth in India. Saath noticed that there are many youngsters in Gujarat who have dropped out of schools to earn livelihood. But they don’t have enough skills, so to get the solution for this issue Saath started employability programs, not only in Gujarat but also in Rajasthan. 

Objectives of the Programme:

  1. To train disadvantaged youth, aged 18-30 years, between 180 - 300 hours and ensure they are placed and try to support of them in relevant jobs with assurance of minimum wages and opportunity for career advancement
  2. To introduce minimum three innovations that would directly impact retention, skill enhancement, and program sustainability

 Report Duration: January 2016 – March 2016


Work done 

Total Trained: 236

 Introduction about Programs:

 The sector has been divided into formal and non-formal trainings:

  1. Formal training program: Udaan
  2. Informal training program: Nirman
  3. Informal training program for Women: Women at Work

Udaan:

 Udaan program provides livelihood training to youth from vulnerable backgrounds and give them an equal opportunity to employability. The courses selected for the programs are also a result of market research and need assessment program from the community itself. The courses that are currently offered in this program are as follows:

  • Beauty Parlour
  • Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES)
  • Bed Side Patient Assistant (BSPA)
  • Retail Management
  • Tally
  • Career and Workplace Skills

The entire above mentioned program is for entry level jobs. Placement assistance is also provided to the trainees.

Nirman:

Nirman program addresses the training needs of people in the informal sector. Practical and theoretical training is provided which moulds their skills and capabilities to get better incomes. The courses that are currently offered in this program are as follows:

  • Sew machine Repairing
  • Women Drivers
  • Plumbing
  • Electrician
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • Mobile Repairing

We are also running women batches for electrician and masonry course. For informal trainings, SAATH has collaborated with Bosch India Foundation, American India Foundation and Shivia Micro finance as they both are well known for their qualitative and effective work. They use their expertise in providing opportunity to impart training about safety standards.

 Women @ Work:

Saath started new skill development and enhancement program to empower young women and focus on non-traditional job options which will have an inclusion of micro-entrepreneurship, life skills and technology components to aid them in setting up their own businesses if they choose. In the case of young girls below 18 years, there will be a work readiness module and sessions on how they can re-enroll in school if they would like to. Sew machine Repairing

  • Women Drivers
  • Plumbing
  • Electrician
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • Mobile Repairing

 Ramesh’s Dream comes true- Runs his own mobile shop!

Ramesh (name changed) is 20 year old young man residing in Isanpur area of Ahmedabad. He lives with his family that includes his parents, two brothers and three sisters. He had been working at one of the mobile shop as a salesman. Ramesh aspired to open his own mobile shop, but due to lack of guidance and support, he was unable to take the big leap.

Ramesh came to know about theRetail Management course run by Saath from Kanjibhai, who is a part of the resource mobilization team during one of the door to door promotions. He got keen about the training course, since it was linked to job placement. As he started off with the course, his hope of opening his own mobile shop again got ignited. He found the training very useful, since he got to learn many new things like life skills and spoken English from the interactive and interesting sessions. Also he got all his doubt cleared during the training. It was a complete learning and unlearning experience for him. He also learned about team work and work place readiness. He learned the effective ways of communicating with the customers, which would fetch him more business.

After completing three month of training, Ramesh has now started his own mobile shop in his own area. He is now managing the entire shop on his own, where he is repairing the mobiles and also selling mobile phones. The shop is helping him earn Rs. 12000-15000/- per month.

January’16 to March’16 status

Month                                 Enrolled                               Trained

                              Male     Female     Total          Male     Female     Total

January’16               91         128          219           14           82           96

February’16                 -         51           51            11           73           84

March’16                  19         85          104           35           21           56

Total                       110        264        374           60          176         236

Batches completed (no. of batches carried out)

 

                 Jan’16              Feb’16            Mar’16           Total

Udaan            7                     4                   3                 14

Total             7                      4                   3                 14

 

Innovations of the program:

  •  Index for trainees has developed to measure the real life impact of the trainings on trainees as an individual and a group. It shows the success of the program. The Index serves as a complete monitoring tool.

 

  • New trades has been introduced like painting, mobile repairing, sew machine repairing

 

  • Special Women batches have been started in non-traditional trade like electrician, masonry, sew machine repairing, women driving.

 

  • Career counselling is provided to the participants of the programs.

 

  • Financial literacy and safety training is provided to the participants.

 

  • “Saath Service Point” Mobile application has been developed to serve as a database for the clients who are in need of services like: Masonry, Plumbing, Electrician, and Carpentry.
Beauty Parlour Training
Beauty Parlour Training
Retail Course Training
Retail Course Training

Attachments:
Case Story - Dixita
Case Story - Dixita

Unemployment is one of the major problems faced by youth in India. Saath noticed that there are many youngsters in Gujarat who have dropped out of schools to earn livelihood. But they don’t have enough skills, so to get the solution for this issue Saath started employability programs, not only in Gujarat but also in Rajasthan. 

Objectives of the Programme:

  1. To train disadvantaged youth, aged 18-30 years, between 180 - 300 hours and ensure they are placed and try to support of them in relevant jobs with assurance of minimum wages and opportunity for career advancement
  2. To introduce minimum three innovations that would directly impact retention, skill enhancement, and program sustainability

 

Report Duration: October 2015 – December 2015

Work done 

  • Total Trained: 236

The sector has been divided into formal and non-formal trainings:

  1. Formal training program:
  2. Informal training program:
  • Udaan
  • Nirman

 Udaan:

Udaan program provides livelihood training to youth from vulnerable backgrounds and give them an equal opportunity to employability. The courses selected for the programs are also a result of market research and need assessment program from the community itself. The courses that are currently offered in this program are as follows:

  • Beauty Parlour
  • Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES)
  • Bed Side Patient Assistant (BSPA)
  • Retail Management
  • Tally
  • Career and Workplace Skills

The entire above mentioned program is for entry level jobs. Placement assistance is also provided to the trainees.

Nirman:

Nirman program addresses the training needs of people in the informal sector. Practical and theoretical training is provided which moulds their skills and capabilities to get better incomes. The courses that are currently offered in this program are as follows:

  • Sew machine Repairing
  • Women Drivers
  • Plumbing
  • Electrician
  • Carpentry
  • Masonry
  • Mobile Repairing

We are also running women batches for electrician and masonry course. For informal trainings, SAATH has collaborated with Bosch India Foundation, American India Foundation and Shivia Micro finance as they both are well known for their qualitative and effective work. They use their expertise in providing opportunity to impart training about safety standards.

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Job Fair was organized in March – 2013

Success Story of Dixita

 

My name is Dixita Patel.(Name Changed) I am living in Thakorvas, Isanpur. I live with my husband, daughter, and parent-in-laws. My husband works in a Salon through which he earns Rs. 4,000 per month and my father-in-law drives ST bus and earns Rs 8,000 per month. I studied till 11th standard and was looking for some work to support my family.

I came to know about Saath’s Udaan centre through one of my relative and visited the centre. When I visited the centre Mayuri Raval, Centre Coordinator who provided me all the information about the courses run i.e. Retail Management, Tally, ITES and Beauty Parlour. I was also informed that after training I will be offered placement opportunities. Being a commerce student I enrolled myself for the Tally course.

Apart from tally I attended life skills sessions and Basic English classes as well during the training period and learned about team work, behaviour with the stranger and known person and to solve the private issues in the family.

When I informed Mayuri madam about my family’s financial condition at that time she sent me at Raipur Coffee Café Day for an interview. I was happy to hear that and then rushed to the shop and gave an interview and also passed it.

This is my first job. I am working as a Cashier and sometime providing customer service at a platform. Like this I am working as an all rounder and earning Rs. 6,500 per month.

I feel proud when I give my salary to my husband to support our family. I am happy that I am meeting the needs of my daughter and managing the small to big expenses of my home. I am very happy and want my daughter also to be like me in future. Saath has given me a new direction to live my life. Now I can fulfil my dreams. Great thanks to Saath.

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October'15 to December'15 status

Month                            Enrolled                                 Trained

                        Male      Female      Total           Male     Female      Total

October' 15         91         128           219            14           82           96

November' 15        -           51            51              11           73          84

December' 15      19          85          104              35           21          56

Total                 110         264          374             60          176        236

Batches completed (no. of batches carried out)



 

                Oct.15      Nov.15      Dec.15     Total


Udaan           7            4               3            14

Total            7            4               3            14

 

Innovations of the program:

 

  • Index for trainees has developed to measure the real life impact of the trainings on trainees as an individual and a group. It shows the success of the program. The Index serves as a complete monitoring tool.

 

  • New trades has been introduced like painting, mobile repairing, sew machine repairing

 

  • Special Women batches have been started in non-traditional trade like electrician, masonry, sew machine repairing, women driving.

 

  • Career counselling is provided to the participants of the programs.

 

  • Financial literacy and safety training is provided to the participants.

 

  • “Saath Service Point” Mobile application has been developed to serve as a database for the clients who are in need of services like: Masonry, Plumbing, Electrician, and Carpentry.
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Beauty Parlour Training

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SAATH CHARITABLE TRUST

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat - India
Website: http:/​/​www.saath.org
Project Leader:
Keren Nazareth
co-director
Ahmedabad, Gujarat India

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