Anudip's DREAM Program
Developing Rural Entrepreneurs Through Adoption and Mentoring
Who are Anudip Entrepreneurs?
They are low income, unemployed youth from mostly agrarian backgrounds and living in geographically isolated villages. They run a range of IT-based micro enterprises including cyber cafés, desktop publishing centers, digital photo studios, tailoring co-operatives, and computer training centers.
These self-run technology enabled businesses transform communities by:
How you can help : Adopt an Entrepreneur Program
The goal of this Anudip program is to match needy unemployed youth interested in micro entrepreneurship with individuals and organizations who can donate $1,000 or Rs 50,000 to help incubate a new business. Over the next year, we will incubate 50 more micro enterprises benefiting over 1000 people in the community. To adopt an entrepreneur, please click here.