Future Workforce

85%

of rural households do not have access to the internet, and therefore digital education

86%

of Indians do not speak english, and struggle to avail e-learning opportunities

77%

of rural women have never used a computer or the internet
Sambhav is working to help the majority of Indians cross the digital divide and access opportunities in the digital economy.

Our Approach

01
Access to Digital Infrastructure
Create training centres and hybrid learning hubs and create access to online learning opportunities.
02
Access to
Future Skills
Create digital learning curriculum and courses tailored to industry needs, and align with individual aspirations and community expectations.
03
Access to
Mentoring
Assist with real-time, on-field experience through mentoring from industry experts and key opinion leaders.
04
Access to Linkages to Formal Economy
Use local ecosystem channels to gain entry into the formal economy and provide opportunities for placement, on job training, and industry projects.
05
Long Term
Network
Enable alumni interaction and referral network creation for greater exposure to upskilling opportunities.
06
Ecosystem Development
Spearhead early interventions for youth and women studying in colleges and direct faculty and curriculum development.

Our impact

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Our partners

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