As of June 30, 2018, Anudip has provided livelihood skills training to more than 85,000 marginalized youth and women. Training is provided to our students in English comprehension, digital and financial literacy and a 15+ IT and internet based courses at 80+ rural and semi-urban centers in India. Over 75% of our graduates have been placed in jobs through agreements with local employers. Anudip also provides low-cost, low-weight, customized 3D-printed prosthetics to needy amputees.
India's impressive GDP growth has now reached 650 million people who continue to live in poverty. Over 100 million educated but unemployed rural youth and women in India are unable to secure jobs for economical or traditional reasons and the absence of employable skills. This has led to widespread social evils such as crime, drugs, and insurgency as the hunger for opportunity is vast while needs and dreams are unmet.
(1) Skills Training, emphasizing rapid immersion in computer skills, job readiness and spoken English for rural youth, women and minorities (2) Job placement services for this large pool of skilled and low-cost workers
Anudip's programs have reversed urban migration, brought modern services to rural communities and provided minorities, especially women, with a voice in their lives
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).