Community Partner: Creation Welfare Society
To provide skill training to 250 youths and ramedial class to 750 youths place at least 60% of those receiving certification with employment opportunities with a decent wage.
Youth from underprivileged communities in Khora slums of Noida 250 youth with minimum 60% female.
This refers to all processes undertaken in Hunar to provide youth access to youth job oriented vocational trainings and formal jobs.
This refers to all processes and trainings undertaken to provide youth access to vocational trainings for entrepreneurships, interchangeably referred as self-employment.
This critical guiding principle and strategy across all works undertaken in Hunar. This enables stakeholders to understand gender relations at personal, community and work spaces.
Hunar approach is guided by the principles of decent employment. This focuses on enabling environment, employee rights, equal wages and freedom of expression for youth.
Khora is a densely populated slum of Noida Ghaziabad. It has the limited resources like Drinking Water, Sanitation, Health and Education. More than 40% of population are migrated and mostly dependent on daily wage activities to meet their day to day needs. It is considered as supply house of daily wages labour for societies and industries of Noida.
To support disadvantaged youth to make them employable by equipping them with essential market oriented vocational and life skills, this will not help them to access decent employment.