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SAP India and Amul announced combined rural community outreach program

SAP India and Amul announced combined rural community outreach programs

SAP India and Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Limited (Amul) have announced a combined community outreach program aiming at transfiguring the lives of children, adolescents (any person between ages 10 and 19), youth, women, and farmers through digital literacy and skill training.

The initiative aims to promote social entrepreneurship, skilled workforce development, digital skills, and gender equality in the rural community. Also Read | ICAR-CIFT & ICICI Foundation team up for rural fishery, livelihood security.

SAP and Amul have teamed up to provide digital literacy and skilling initiatives to over 100,000 children and adolescents through computer laboratories set up in 60 schools, as well as training for 250 instructors.

According to an official statement released on Tuesday, the project would also promote financial education and entrepreneurship prospects to over 20,000 women.


Amul’s Managing Director, RS Sodhi, stated, ‘Amul and SAP have teamed up with the goal of inclusive and long-term community development. School-aged children and teachers will receive high-quality computer literacy and skill interventions training as part of the project.’

Collaboration with SAP, according to Sodhi, ‘is a step forward in mainstreaming these rural communities by empowering them to sharpen essential future skills and make their dreams come true. We hope it will contribute significantly to nation-building and the creation of an Atmanirbhar India,’ he stated.

For citizens in remote villages, the initiative will include coding and 21st-century skills such as digital literacy, problem-solving, and English skills. It also includes a school-to-workforce transition to foster a STEM-focused learning environment and assist students from underserved areas in making a more seamless transition to the workforce.

It also emphasizes women’s empowerment and entrepreneurship, with a focus on young women with digital financing and functional communications skills. The project also aims to help farmers maintain their livelihoods. Also Read | Partnership with state govts to develop infrastructure to boost exports-APEDA.

According to Kulmeet Bawa, President and Managing Director of SAP Indian Subcontinent, technology can help shape India’s journey to a more inclusive and sustainable economy. ‘While urban development projects such as smart cities and futuristic mobility reflect this potential, India’s true progress is found in its villages. Our collaboration with Amul will help citizens succeed by providing the relevant information and tools they need.’

‘As India continues to lead the world in environmental action, partnerships like ours will lay the groundwork for a more inclusive and self-reliant future in which no one is left behind.’

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