Young Indian Futures has been successfully giving independence and dignity to young people from poor families in some of the most underdeveloped parts of India; and the project is growing, giving a bright future and freedom from poverty, to more and more underprivileged young people.
It’s a small Triratna project, funded entirely by voluntary efforts, based at Aryaloka Computer Institute, Nagpur, India. The Young Indian Futures Project gives training in computing, and other desirable employment skills, to young people from deprived communities in India. Over the next period sixteen young men and women will be fully supported for six months. At the end of the course they can get decent jobs, and lift themselves and their families out of poverty.
This short video gives a flavour of the project.