Vocational Training for 100 Deaf Students in India

by CAF India


This project provides vocational training to 100 hearing impaired (deaf) students from economically weak and marginalized sections of the society in India to make them financially independent

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There are 11 million hearing impaired persons in India. Unemployment is a huge issue in India. Physical disability adds to lack of opportunity. There is a huge dearth of institutes providing education and vocational training to the hearing impaired.The result: Persons with hearing impairment find it difficult to find gainful employment. These students are from economically weaker sections of the Indian society. The project will train them to become more employable and economically independent


This course aims at equipping the deaf students with life-skills and basic professional tools which will help them secure jobs and aid their productive participation in society.

Long-Term Impact

The project will provide vocational training to 100 hearing impaired students from weak and marginalised sections for them to become more employable. It is estimated that after a course of this nature 60% of the batch will secure jobs.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


Charities Aid Foundation India (CAF India)

Organization Information

CAF India

Location: New Delhi - India
Website: www.cafindia.org
Ayush Semwal
Project Leader:
Ayush Semwal
New Delhi , India

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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