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AADITYA helps the people in the neglected segment make their way out of poverty. We provide skill base training, resources and support to help people launch a activity.

What We Do

Community Centre, Madangir

Community Centre, Madangir

AADITYA helps the people in the neglected segment make their way out of poverty. We provide skill base training, resources and support to help people launch a activity.

AADITYA offers support, not loans, to our members. We provide resources, plan and infrastructure, because we are committed to working with the poorest of the poor — people who are unable or unwilling to obtain a help.

We focus our support on women, the majority of whom report that, once they have launched their activities, they are able to provide better nutrition, health care and education for their families.

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How We Do It

Vocational Training for youth

Vocational Training for youth @ AADITYA Panchvati, Tuglakabad Extn., New Delhi

We identify potential members with help from local community leaders and organisations that are active in the regions in which we work. Once we have identified the member or group, we extend our services to start or expand a activity. At that time we also provide skill based training and access to various technical resources and knowledge base in a groups. This multi-dimensional approach ensures that our efforts are judiciously implemented. It also helps members to best realize their potential as independent and capable process owners, which leads to Self-Empowerment.
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Activities

TEACH INDIA team @ Police Training Centre

TEACH INDIA team @ Police Training Centre, Najafgarh, New Delhi

Presently we are running TEACH INDIA – Spoken English Programme, a Times of India initiative in Tuglakabad Extn. The ability to converse in English opens the doors to employment in various sectors. The learners, youth above 18 years, undergo the training on spoken English and the target of the training is to make them job-ready in terms of spoken English requirements. The team will also ensure access to suitable employment opportunities.

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