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In villages, unskilled youths are forced to migrate for work to bigger cities because of fewer opportunities in local areas. Many people with disabilities could not earn their livelihood because of fewer opportunities in the villages. Widow and deserted women are also looked down in society.
To empower them all, it is necessary that they earn their own livelihood and to provide them with various skills required in an individual to be able to earn in the local market, Backbenchers Foundation has started several training centres for them.
These training centres provide quality practical learning in streams like the basic computer, BPO, bedside patient attendant, mobile phone repairing, housekeeping, beautician, electrician, bike repair, motor driving, agriculture, tailoring etc including spoken English & life skills.
Last year, these centres have trained 63300 youths cumulatively, out of which 23485 are engaged with jobs as per the skills they learnt there. Also, 1800 youths with disabilities were provided such training and 1500 have been placed already. Skill support program on tailoring is being run in villages of 137 districts of Bihar and Jharkhand with help of Usha International Ltd. involved 1492 marginalized rural women to conduct Usha Silai Schools where 16730 girls could complete the foundation course of tailoring at the doorstep.