“SKILL BUILDS IDENTITY”                                                        


Tribal youths are constantly in threat of being marginalized, unemployed, discriminated in social conducts, deprived of government opportunities, disadvantaged, and bear the stigma of minorities. The root causes of all these situations are poverty and lack of quality education. 90% tribal youths are unable to cope with the present demand of advanced technology, skillfulness and being professionals. Tribal community faces acquit poverty. 67% adolescent girls have poor health and are anemic. The rural family earns less than $1 a day, 80 % population depend on traditional agriculture, 46 % school dropout, 86% university passed youths are unfit to work due to a non-technician, 39000 adolescent girls being trafficked every year from Jharkhand unrest in the society. Tribal youths are alienated from the mainstream of life.

Skill training builds up confidence, ensures employment, increases regular income, social recognition and improves the quality of life. It increases employability and entrepreneurship opportunities to attain economic sustainability. Through work skills, soft skills and life skill it increases self-image, self-confidence, self-respect and self-esteem.

SPK Jharkhand