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Enable youth to be gainfully employed or self-employed by equipping them with 21st-century skills
66% of the country’s population is in rural India, 38% of that is between the ages of 13-34
By bringing opportunities closer, we help educated youth in rural communities with little or no means to alternative livelihoods. Our impact centres provide jobs powered by technology. Our skill development program revives artisanal talent. Through financial literacy and microcredit programs, we build knowledge and capacity of individuals and families to make the best use of their incomes.
This initiative aims to train underserved youth on 21st-century soft skills to make them job-ready.
This initiative aims to improve access to entrepreneurship and employment for women in rural communities, by enhancing their business knowledge and skills, facilitating market linkages, and providing mentorship to sustain micro-enterprises.
Villages • Households
Self-governed, peer-regulated groups for youth in our impact centres that build ﬁnancial literacy and awareness and help them make better ﬁnancial decisions in life.
This program provides context-based group mentorship support to underserved youth in rural India by leveraging the professional expertise and knowledge of professionals working in corporate firms.
This program provides context-based one-on-one mentorship support to working women in rural India by leveraging the professional expertise and knowledge of women working in corporate firms.
A mentorship program for girls in pre-university education in rural areas to realise their potential and become job-ready.
IndiVillage Foundation, IndiVillage Tech Solutions, ACC Trust and Ekanya Trust have come together to provide sustainable livelihood opportunities to socially and economically disadvantaged women in Kymore, Madhya Pradesh and Bassi, Rajasthan.
35 Womens • 2 Centers
and I have been part of several trainings and seminars since my joining.
I feel empowered with the kind of experiences I have had with the IndiVillage.”
A child literacy program focused on building joy and love for stories in children aged 4 & 5 in rural primary schools.
1,640 children • 41 Volunteers • 15 schools