Now the youths are facing the most of hardships and lack of belongingness within the society. Youth in India constitute a big chunk of the population, yet it remains the most subjugated and marginalized. The difficult circumstances that young people face because of limited opportunities for skill training, viable employment and health and social services, and because of a growing incidence of substance abuse and juvenile delinquency is deteriorating the chance of India’s quest for achieving the status of a developed Nation. Their imagination, ideals, considerable energies and vision are essential for the continuing development of the societies in which they live.
The organization here is focusing on the most underprivileged youth residing in rural hut, surviving on meager of resources and constantly seeking out a purpose for their life. The organization plans to work with the youth who never have been nurtured and reared in a way to develop into a productive generation, because of which the petty crimes in the community is constantly on rise.
The Specific aim of the project is to enhance employment opportunity to disadvantaged and poor girls and boys, through vocational and skill development trainings like Automotive, Health Care , Computer, Beautician, Nursing, Mobile repairing , Fashion designing, Tourism and Hospitality, Transportation and Logistics, Electrician for 100 girls and boys in the targeted project areas in Tiruvannamalai District.
Following are the beneficiaries awaiting support. Please note that you cannot select the children you wish to support as we maintain a randomized process to ensure fairness in beneficiary allocation.
You will receive the background information of the people your contributions directly support.
|Number of beneficiaries in this program for FY 20-21||100|
|Village/ City/ State where project is located||Interior villages of North Tamil Nadu|
|Total Budget for the Project for FY 20-21||INR 25,00,000|
Program: Skill Training Program
Contributions made to this program can be claimed as a deduction under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961