BRAC-ANUDIP partnership fostering new generation of IT skilled workforce in Bangladesh - Anudip

  • BRAC-ANUDIP partnership fostering new generation of IT skilled workforce in Bangladesh

    • February 3, 2021
    • Posted By : anudip_2018
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    • BRAC-Anudip careerdevelopment digital employment Employability Skills empowerment IT skilled workforce News Press Release Skills Development Programme strategic partnership

    BRAC is a global leader in developing and implementing cost-effective, evidence-based programmes to assist the most marginalized people in extremely poor, conflict-prone, and post-disaster settings. These include initiatives in education, healthcare, microfinance, women and girls’ empowerment, agriculture, human and legal rights, and more. BRAC’s vision is a world free from all forms of exploitation and discrimination where everyone has the opportunity to realise their potential. It has ranked #1 NGO in the world for the last four years since 2016 by NGO Advisor. BRAC has a dedicated Skills Development Programme which provides skills training to marginalized youth across Bangladesh. BRAC partners with Anudip Foundation in October 2020 for economic empowerment of at-risk career-aspirants from Bangladesh by new-age IT skills training and digital employment.

    With this new strategic alliance, Anudip through its unique technology driven program will train 3750 youth learners in IT skills, preparing them for placement opportunities. Designed to develop digital cognitive capacity of young people in Bangladesh, the training curriculum will offer career aspirants from access-limited underserved locations,- a choice of functional proficiency in digital literacy, financial literacy, English, Interview Skills, and workplace readiness to help them secure sustainable careers.

    Commenting on the scope of impact, Monisha Banerjee, CEO, Anudip Foundation, said The BRAC-Anudip partnership will enable us to penetrate newer pockets in the promising country of Bangladesh and inspire more youth to participate in the digital-economy.

    Tasmiah T. Rahman, Head of Strategy and Business Development (Current in Charge), Skills Development Programme, BRAC, reaffirms, BRAC is excited about this Partnership. BRAC brings in the best insights in terms of understanding the future skills and inclusion space. With the right approach, I see a long term partnership between Anudip and Brac.BRAC is excited about this Partnership. BRAC brings in the best insights in terms of understanding the future skills and inclusion space. With the right approach, I see a long term partnership between Anudip and Brac.

    For any queries, connect to Corporate Communications Department, Anudip Foundation:
    call +91 83730 69592 or mail at mounita@anudip.org

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