Vocational Training Program-Power Grid Corp Ltd

Vocational training was provided to the adolescent girls of slums areas to make them independent by teaching them various courses which include computer training, personality development, and tailoring and stitching. Presently, vocational training programs, sponsored by Power Grid Corporation of India for the adolescent girls are being undertaken in computer, tailoring and stitching and beauty culture.

Innovative Scheme Program - Delhi Central Social Welfare Board

Personality Development and English Speaking Program for adolescent girls was undertaken for one year (2009-2010) for Delhi Central Social Welfare Board.

Employability enhancing training skills under CSR- GAIL (India) Ltd.

Our project titled, `Empowering adolescent girls and women through Employability skill training, Gender Sensitization and Legal Awareness' has been funded under GAIL's Corporate Social Responsibility Program for the year 2013-14, and 2014-15. This is an expansion of our vocational training program in which we were providing training in three courses, last year we have added two new course- craft making, English speaking & personality development.

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The more social welfare activities we undertake, the more we understand that still a lot needs to be done, since sustainable social development is a huge task which requires equally huge financial as well as non financial resources. So we seek and welcome monetary and non monetary support from individuals, organizations, companies, charitable institutions to contribute towards our noble endeavour.

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Where we work

We work in the slums (basti) located in Pant Nagar, Nizamuddin, Jangpura, Bhogal, East of Kailash Gadi and Sarai Kale Khan. We give special emphasis to beneficiaries from SC/ST/OBC section and from amongst the minorities and people living below poverty line in particular.