Digital Empowerment Of Poor and Challenged Girls.

by Sugam Jagriti
Digital Empowerment Of Poor and Challenged Girls.

Empowering Girls through Skill Development Training

The focus project beneficiaries are youths including female  with focus on dalit, and ultra poor. Dalit and poor have very less or minimal land holding , in this line project made major emphasis on youth belonging to this group . The target beneficiaries lacking technical know how as they are literate maximum upto 10th class , it resist them to get employment at minimum level. Induction of more sophisticated and modern technology has bounded the recruitment of manpower. Hence the target youth have no option for employment and hence involved in labour work (i.e. in agriculture, brick factory, house construction etc.) . But it is very short term engagement and they don’t get legal remuneration Youth even with 10th and 12th class pass are illiterate to computer education, where there is great opportunity of employment at anywhere.

It hampers the confidence of youth and create frustration among youth. Unemployment is the major concern for the unemployed youth as without employment they are unable to think of own growth and support to families. It affects schedule caste/dalit, backward caste and poor family. We are working in this area for a long time and experienced unemployment is a major challenged for youth and it is heart-breaking. In the meanwhile no. of unemployed youth especially in deprived family is gradually increasing due to lack of employment .

Community will identify the disadvantage youth by participatory approach & organisation survey .

Objectives:

  • Employable Skill training youths on computer literacy.
  • Gender sensitization at the society.
  • Convergence of youth with govt. schemes and programs.
  • To develop entrepreneurship skill among youth and women through training and facilitate for their sustainable livelihood .
  • Community sensitization and facilitation for initiating convergence with govt. skill program.



Success Story
Ms. Kiran Kumari (Name Changed),  resident of Amnawan, Islampur, Nalanda belongs to a BPL (Below Poverty Line ) family. She is 19 years old. Her father and Mother are unable to fulfil the family emergency needs as they are jus daily wages workers and maximum time they stay without employment. Parent fulfil hardly two square meal of family by  labour work . Ms. Kiran Kumari is a student and studying in College, but the family hardly manage the education fees as the family is poorest of the poor .

Sugam Jagriti has selected him for computer Training & Language skills. During interaction with her felt that she is very much worry about her future as she has syudied in tough situation in early days and now her confidence is damaged . She was nervous as parents is not able to shoulder the responsibility of their education. She is worry by thinking that poverty may snatch opportunity of education at any time.

In such circumstances Organization selected her for computer training and also provided opportunity for Soft Skill and Communication Skill. It has somehow developed confidence and completed computer Training and Soft & Communication Skills.

Along computer literacy the organization continuously developed her confidence and always kept her moral very high. It has provided moral boost up to her and involved in computer literacy program with high confidence. Now Ms.Kiran Kumari is doing Job  as a Faculty in Common Service Centre-Islampur.  Now Ms. Kirna Kumari is earning money and also supporting parents in fulfilling family emergency needs and contributing family expenses. Ms.Kiran Kumari  and her parents expressed gratitude to Sugam Jagriti,  Donor, GlobalGiving for such support.  

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Girls Empowerment through Skill Development Training

The project focus group are dalit, and ultra poor household with special emphasis and focus on female. The project has made special focus on disadvantage youths belonging to dalit, and poor families, as they have very less land holding.  The minimum qualification of target group is minimum 10th class, absence of  technical expertise and it has compelled them to engage in labour work and are not able to qualify for even clerical jobs. Induction of more sophisticated and modern technology has bounded the recruitment of manpower. It compels youth to engage themselves in labour work (i.e. in agriculture, brick factory, house construction etc.) but it is not the solution of unemployment as it is very short term employment , which doesn’t bring any positive change on their life and they become a doll before landlord and fase serious of exploitation .  There is huge scope of employment at anywhere for youth with 10th and 12th class pass and  illiterate to computer education.

There is acute frustration among youth due to high unemployment . Unemployment is a major human problem of the area as the employment is the only solution of the poverty. It affects schedule caste/dalit, backward caste and poor family. In this line when we consider unemployment of youth it is heart-breaking. Now the situation is not changing favourably and the situation is grim at poorest of the poor families, where unemployment is gradually increasing .

 By applying participatory approach and survey  community itself will identify the disadvantageyouth.

Objectives:

  • To improve employment status of youth through Skill training and capacity building .
  • To minimize gender inequality at the society.
  • Convergence of target poorest of the poor rural households with govt. schemes and programs.
  • To develop entrepreneurship skill among youth and women through training and facilitate for their sustainable livelihood .
  • To make community people sensitive to convergence with govt. skill program.


Success StoryMs. Amrita Kumari (Name Changed),  native of Islampur Block , which is targeted as a BPL (Below Poverty Line ) family by govt. . Her age is 21 years old . Her parents has no other option than to adopt daily wage work , where they earn very little. For parent it is very hard and painful to fulfil  two square meal of family by  labour work .  At present she  is studying in Graduation  and for her and family managing  education fees is very challenge .

As per qualification and competency Sugam Jagriti has selected Amrita Kumari  for computer Training & Language skills. Initially she was very nervous and disappointed about the future and facing future challenges , it was reflecting during initial discussion as She continuing her education in problems and parent are not able to shoulder the responsibility of their education. She thought that the challenging situation may compel her to discontinue  education any time.

Organization selected her for computer training and also provided opportunity for Soft Skill and Communication Skill. It has developed confidence in Ms. Amrita Kumari and completed computer Training and Communication Skills.

Initially during computer Training  Organization has guild her confidence and will power , so that she might be able to face the initial challenges. Now she  is contributing at organization   as a Faculty in Skill Development Training Centre-Islampur run by Bihar Skill Development Mission.  At present she  is earning money and contributing in family expenses. Ms. Amrita and her parents expressed gratitude to Sugam Jagriti,  Donor, GlobalGiving for such support.  

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Empowering Youths through Skill Development Training Disadvantage youths including female , with focus on dalit, and ultra poor household are the project target group. Concentration has been made on disadvantage youths belonging to dalit, and poor families, as they have very less land holding. Education of the target group is minimum 10th class, lacking technical expertise and hence they are unable to get even clerical jobs. Induction of more sophisticated and modern technology has bounded the recruitment of manpower. It compels youth to engage themselves in labor work (i.e. in agriculture, brick factory, house construction etc.) but it doesn't give them long time employment and are also exploited by landlord. Youth with 10th and 12th class pass are illiterate to computer education, where there is great opportunity of employment at anywhere. Unemployment causes acute frustration among youth. Unemployment is a major human problem of the area as the employment is the only solution of the poverty. It affects schedule caste/dalit, backward caste and poor family. In this line when we consider unemployment of youth it is heartbreaking. No of unemployed youth especially in deprived family is gradually increasing. Community will identify the disadvantage youth by participatory approach & organisation survey . Objectives: Employable Skill training and capacity building of youths. To minimize gender inequality at the society. To converge rural poor with govt. schemes and programs. To develop entrepreneurship skill among youth and women through training and facilitate for their sustainable livelihood . To aware and educate the community for initiating convergence with govt. skill program. Story of Change Ms.Kumari (Name Changed) D/o-Mr. Awadhesh Chaudhary, At.+ P.O.- Chandhari, Via- Islampur, Dist.- Nalanda (Bihar) belongs to a BPL (Below Poverty Line ) family. She is 21 years old . Her father and Mother are daily wages workers, Ms. Kumari is studying in 10+2 and bear education fees hardly. Ms. Kumari was searching a Job anyhow, but due to lack of computer knowledge, she was facing difficulty to find a suitable job. Sugam Jagriti has selected Ms. Kumari for computer education. In the initial days and during discussion Ms. Kumari was very worry about her future as She continuing her education in problems and mother is not able to shoulder the responsibility of their education. She is worry by thinking she might left her education after intermediate. Organization selected her for computer education and also provided opportunity for soft skill courses . It has developed confidence in Ms. Kumari and completed computer education and Soft Skill courses successfully. During computer education the Organization has also developed moral and confidence . Now Ms. Kumari is doing Part time Job in St. Joseph School as a Computer Operator at Islampur. Now Ms. Kumari is earning money and contributing family expenses. Ms. Kumari and her parents expressed gratitude to Donor, GlobalGiving for such support. without support Ms. Kumari might not continued education. Share on Twitter Share on Facebook

Empowering Girls through Skill Development Training

Disadvantage youths including female  with focus on dalit, and ultra poor household are the project target group. Concentration has been made on disadvantage youths belonging to dalit, and poor families, as they have very less land holding. Education of the target group is minimum 10th class, lacking technical expertise and hence they are unable to get even clerical jobs. Induction of more sophisticated and modern technology has bounded the recruitment of manpower. It compels youth to engage themselves in labour work (i.e. in agriculture, brick factory, house construction etc.) but it doesn’t give them long time employment and are also exploited by landlord. Youth with 10th and 12th class pass are illiterate to computer education, where there is great opportunity of employment at anywhere.

Unemployment causes acute frustration among youth. Unemployment is a major human problem of the area as the employment is the only solution of the poverty. It affects schedule caste/dalit, backward caste and poor family. In this line when we consider unemployment of youth it is heart-breaking. No of unemployed youth especially in deprived family is gradually increasing.

Community will identify the disadvantage youth by participatory approach & organisation survey .

Objectives:

  • Employable Skill training and capacity building of youths.
  • To minimize gender inequality at the society.
  • To converge rural poor with govt. schemes and programs.
  • To develop entrepreneurship skill among youth and women through training and facilitate for their sustainable livelihood .
  • To aware and educate the community for initiating convergence with govt. skill program.

Success Story
Ms. Geeta Kumari (Name Changed),  Resident of Mozafa, Islampur, belongs to a BPL (Below Poverty Line ) family. She is 21 years old .Her father and Mother are daily wages workers. Parent fulfil hardly two square meal of family by  labour work . Geeta is studying in Batchelor of Arts (BA) and manage education fees hardly.

Sugam Jagriti has selected Ms. Geeta Kumari for computer Training & Language skills. In the initial days and during discussion Geeta was very worry about her future as She continuing her education in problems and mother is not able to shoulder the responsibility of their education. She is worry by thinking She might left her education any time.

Organization selected her for computer training and also provided opportunity for Soft Skill and Communication Skill. It has developed confidence in Ms. Geeta Kumari and completed computer Training and Communication Skills.

During computer Training the Organization has also developed moral and confidence. Now Ms. Geeta is doing Job  as a Faculty in Skill Development Training Centre-Islampur run by Bihar Skill Development Mission.  Now Geeta Kumari is earning money and contributing family expenses. Ms. Geeta and her parents expressed gratitude to Sugam Jagriti,  Donor, GlobalGiving for such support.  

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Empowering Girls through Skill Development Training

Disadvantage youths including female  with focus on dalit, and ultra poor household are the project target group. Concentration has been made on disadvantage youths belonging to dalit, and poor families, as they have very less land holding. Education of the target group is minimum 10th class, lacking technical expertise and hence they are unable to get even clerical jobs. Induction of more sophisticated and modern technology has bounded the recruitment of manpower. It compels youth to engage themselves in labour work (i.e. in agriculture, brick factory, house construction etc.) but it doesn’t give them long time employment and are also exploited by landlord. Youth with 10th and 12th class pass are illiterate to computer education, where there is great opportunity of employment at anywhere.

Unemployment causes acute frustration among youth. Unemployment is a major human problem of the area as the employment is the only solution of the poverty. It affects schedule caste/dalit, backward caste and poor family. In this line when we consider unemployment of youth it is heart-breaking. No of unemployed youth especially in deprived family is gradually increasing.

Community will identify the disadvantage youth by participatory approach & organisation survey .

Objectives:

  • Employable Skill training and capacity building of youths.
  • To minimize gender inequality at the society.
  • To converge rural poor with govt. schemes and programs.
  • To develop entrepreneurship skill among youth and women through training and facilitate for their sustainable livelihood .
  • To aware and educate the community for initiating convergence with govt. skill program.

Success Story
Kumari Geeta (Name Changed),  Resident of Mozafra, Islampur, belongs to a BPL (Below Poverty Line ) family. She is 21 years old .Her father and Mother are daily wages workers. Parent fulfil hardly two square meal of family by  labour work . Kumari Geeta is studying in Batchelor of Arts (BA) and manage education fees hardly.

Sugam Jagriti has selected Kumari Geeta for computer Training & Language skills. In the initial days and during discussion Geeta  was very worry about her future as She continuing her education in problems and mother is not able to shoulder the responsibility of their education. She is worry by thinking She might left her education any time.

Organization selected her for computer training and also provided opportunity for Soft Skill and Communication Skill. It has developed confidence in Kumari Geeta and completed computer Training and Soft & Communication Skills.

During computer Training the Organization has also developed moral and confidence. Now Kumari Geeta is doing Job  as a Faculty in Skill Development Training Centre-Islampur run by Bihar Skill Development Mission.  Now Kumari Geeta is earning money and contributing family expenses. Kumari Geeta and her parents expressed gratitude to Sugam Jagriti,  Donor, GlobalGiving for such support.  

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Location: Dist.- Nalanda, Bihar - India
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