Vocational Training and Rehabilitation for Migrant/Homeless Youth in Delhi
The project entitled “Vocational Training and Rehabilitation for Migrant/Homeless Youth” aims to vocationally rehabilitate the migrant/homeless youth (18—30 years) who are currently housed in different shelters provided and managed by IGSSS. Rehabilitation would include job placements of successful candidates according to their qualifications, caliber and level of expertise. These jobs will facilitate self-reliance in the lives of the migrant/homeless youth and restore their individual worth. As these youth are coming from various backgrounds, they would need a great deal of social skills required for their reintegration with mainstream society.
|Location||Number of Beneficiaries|
|Yamuna Pusta||1500 homeless|
|Majunu ka Tila||250 homeless|
|Regarpura, Karol Bagh||400 homeless|
|Banglasaheb Gurudwara||900 homeless|
Key Intervention Area:
Rehabilitation of 180 migrant/homeless youth (18—30 years) through vocational training on:
• Industrial Sewing, Multi Skill Technician (MST) and Electrical.
• Technical: Industrial sewing, electrical, plumbing, mechanical and carpentry.
• Non-technical: Training on soft skills (communication), interpersonal skills, negotiation skills, problem solving, responsibility and taking initiative, team work and work readiness.
Job placement towards accomplishing a productive life of self-worth, dignity and harmony within local communities