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History

Youth are the face of future India and huge potential lies in them which can boost the progress of a nation. But not all of them are fortunate to access the resources required for their development. Udayan Care took an initiative to create one platform for young girls and established one chapter of Udayan Shalini Fellowship in 2002 at North Delhi. It supports the higher education of financially challenged girls and helps them shape their future. The programme includes mentoring, training and supporting higher education of young girls. Currently, USF is supporting 296 Shalinis at the North Delhi Chapter.

In July 2017, with the support of SVP (Social Venture Partners), we established an Udayan Care IT Training Centre in Budh Vihar, Rohini to train the youth from economically poor section with job-oriented IT skills so that they can get entry level jobs in some office or corporate.

After three years, to change the catchment area, the centre was shifted to Nangloi area in North Delhi in 2020 and Home of Hope, UK came forward to support the Centre.