We inspire girls and children who do not go to school
EVERY CHILD HAS THE RIGHT TO LEARN
While rural youth unemployment often stems from lack of adequate education, even educated youth often do not get work. An unemployment rate of educated youth is getting higher for less-educated youth. This is often because these educated youth are not skilled in the fields in which they are in demand. This is mainly due to the fact that India has a very limited number of technical, vocational, income and employment generating small skill-building programs to equip the youth for the massive economic opportunities that are opening up.
According to a case study of the MAHILA EVAM SHISHU KALYAN PARISHAD, 90% of the current jobs in India are ‘skill-based’ and require skill-building training, but only 6% of the population receives any type of training. One obvious difference in terms of both quality and quantity is skill: the current vocational education and training infrastructure is not designed to meet the needs of the industry which is causing a huge shortage in the job market.
LITERACY AND EDUCATION
The target rural community is far behind the general population in Bihar’s literacy rate and level of education. If they send children to school, most families stop their children’s education early, as the industry has a tendency to absorb a large number of young workers and do so on their own due to lack of education and alternative skills Unable to find.
In these situations, a cooperative society for women solves most of their problems and makes them self-reliant.
MAHILA EVAM SHISHU KALYAN PARISHAD IS WORKING IN THE FIELD OF SOCIAL, RURAL, HEALTH, EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS FOR THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS. THE PARISHED HAS ORGANIZED SEVERAL CAMPS PROGRAMME AND PROJECT IN RURAL AREAS.