from Basis, Foundations For Life
Fostering Digital Equity for Youth and Women
Helping youth and women in urban-poor communities who do not have access to basic computer skills development opportunities from an early age.
Limited Access to Basic Computer Skills in Rural and Urban-Poor Communities
Widening Socioeconomic Disparities in a Digitally Driven World
Youth Without Digital Skills Face Barriers to Education and Employment
A Vicious Cycle: Digital Skill Gap and Persistent Poverty
Heightened Vulnerabilities: Child Marriage, Trafficking, Child Labor, Gang Involvement
of India’s population is digitally illiterate
of India’s women never use the Internet
of rural households do not own a computer
Breaking the Cycle
Empowering Women and Youth for a Brighter Future
Empowering youth and women through holistic digital inclusion and support, fostering safe environments, IT access, mentorship, skill development, comprehensive guidance, and well-being care.
Achieving Computer Literacy
As a result, Bloom has helped over half of the graduates to earn 50% more than prior to attending Bloom courses.
Four of the 2022 graduates were hired for a data entry project for a US company.
The team finished project
early, with 100% accuracy!
Maghimai Raj joined Bloom in October 2022.
He traveled three hours by bus just to participate. He quickly became one of the fastest typists!
His current speed is
64 Words per Minute!
78 learners have graduated from Bloom so far
Another 50 learners will graduate in December 2023
Setting up our most recent Basis Learning Center was incredible. Many participants are working women, who are mostly domestic laborers in nearby households.
When they walked in and saw this incredible space, their whole posture changed, and they were suddenly filled with a new sense of optimism and new possibilities in their livelihood.
We are on a mission to transform the lives of our learners.
Co-Founder, President, and CEO of Basis Education Foundation.