Your donation can help a school drop out earn a living
Mamta is a 25-year-old, who lives in Delhi with her father. He works as a tailor to provide for his family. Mamta had to discontinue her studies due to her family's poor financial condition.
Her father sought help from SAHYOG's team during one of their field visits. They then counseled Mamta and encouraged her to learn livelihood skills. She then took admission in a boutique course in one of SAHYOG's Vocational Training Center in Mangolpuri. The course trained her to stitch various styles and designs. Being a quick learner, she learnt everything within few months and now works in a boutique in South Delhi. She is not only supporting her family financially but is also planning to start her own shop.
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About The Program
What the beneficiary gets
The aim of this project is to provide training to youth who have dropped out of school. They cater to the age group between 15-25 years. Girls and boys who are uneducated are selected and enrolled in SAHYOG's vocational training programs - tailoring, cooking, beautician, computer & English speaking skills.
The training sessions are held by various trainers who have the relevant skills. Some of the courses are six months long and some are three months. Consecutive batches are held in a day. Constant evaluation process is in place to track the progress of the students.