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Employment and Financial Freedom for Differently-abled People - The Incubated Project

INJUSTICE

Social unacceptance of differently abled people.


WHO & HOW

Affects the differently abled community. These people get discriminated when it comes to employment opportunities. It is important to address this because it affects the standard of living of the entire population of differently abled community.

WHY

Some institutions in the public and private sector causes this, and they behave like this because of ability concerns and prejudice over abled community.

ROOT CAUSES

  • Culture developed due to the absence of structured norms and policies in different sectors.


COMPASSIONATE INSIGHT

To solve the unacceptance of differently abled community, we will address the absence of defined structural and cultural policies by establishing a well-structured system for employment and financial freedom.


GOALS

  • Decent work and economic growth of differently abled community.


KEY STEPS

Phase 1

  • Approaching companies based on their interest and past data about employing these people. (e.g.: Lemon tree, Café, Coffee day, Miracle Courier, Capgemini, IBM)

  • Data Collection (through website and survey).

  • Marketing (through media, communities and government departments).

  • Screening based on employability standards.

  • Connecting academically qualified with the companies.

Phase 2

  • Establishment of training centres.

  • Setting up small scale industries and service centres.

  • Structuring a leadership wing from the community.

  • Recruiting trained people to other firms.

  • Employees themselves are the asset and shareholders of their domain.

  • Assumed surplus is used as reserve and for investment in same and others.


NAME OF TEAM: Inspire


TEAM MEMBERS: Nithin M S & Nandu Krishnan


The Incubated Project through The Social Hackathon 4.0




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