Anudip provides technical training, life skills coaching, and IT-based employment opportunities to low-income women and youth in India. These individuals face significant challenges:
Anudip CEO Dipak Basu discusses his organization's model for connecting at-risk youth and women to opportunity.
India’s technology sector is booming. Despite that, under- and unemployment among youth and women is high. Anudip addresses this gap by preparing low-income women and youth to work in the digital economy. Anudip’s programs help people move out of poverty, become financially independent, and contribute to local economic growth.
We have worked with Anudip to digitize its processes and optimize business operations.
Improvements in collecting, analyzing, validating, and evaluating data support Anudip’s decision-making, guide business strategy, and measure the impact on its beneficiaries over time.
We have also helped research, design, and implement new client service offerings to support progressively higher-level skills training.
70,000+ people trained at 150 training centers across India
75% of Anudip participants secure jobs
US$1140 average annual family income, compared to US$360 before training
“Technology not only increases our capacity through robust systems, it also allows us to control our costs through blended learning, larger centers, and improved trainer productivity.”Dipak Basu, CEO, Anudip