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Youth4Jobs - Skilling the Differently-abled to Improve Lives and Meet Workforce Demand

Youth4Jobs provides skill development to differently-abled youth from rural areas. This organization has developed unique training and outreach modules that are changing perceptions about disabled youth and their capabilities to work among employers, parents and youth themselves. Youth4Jobs has devised an integrated course to improve soft skills, English language efficiency and sector specific competencies.

GMR Varalakshmi Foundation - Livelihood Initiatives through Corporate Social Responsibility

The GMR Varalakshmi Foundation (GMRVF) is the corporate social responsibility initiative set up in 2003 by GMR Group, an infrastructure company. This foundation originated to assist company’s operations including land acquisition and other activities, which affects communities around it. GMRVF’s vocational training programme is tied to relevant industries in the provision of sector specific skill development.

Empower Pragati - Transformational Training and Women’s Empowerment

Empower Pragati is a private venture in the skilling industry in India with a focus on home management for women in the informal sector. It began as an enterprise with a mission of women empowerment by transforming domestic workers into home managers. It has already provided training to 75,359 candidates in as many as 14 ranges of sectors. This company has evolved as a profitable and sustainable venture as well as a successful enterprise.

Dr. Reddy's Foundation - Livelihood Advancement Business Schools (LABS)

: Dr. Reddy’s Foundation (DRF) is a non-profit partner of Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories. DRF acts as a catalyst of change that fosters, develops and promotes initiative at individual, group and organizational levels to achieve sustainable development. It provides short term skill training to youth aged 18-30 years to provide immediate access to market relevant skills and jobs. DRF has improved livelihoods of 340,131 youth through training, including 7,884 disabled youth.

B-ABLE - Locally-relevant Skills Delivery with DomesteQ and Eye Mitra

B-ABLE is a skill development arm of BASIX Social Enterprise Group. It has been engaged in providing training to Indian youth since 2009, where it provided industry specific and hands-on skills to disadvantaged sections of the society. Its main objective is to create an environment for lifelong learning, economic empowerment and inclusive development through skills.

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