To enhance the socio-economic status of young, underprivileged women by empowering them with self-confidence and the required skills to enable them to become independent and contribute to family and society.
Provide required skills through vocational training in non-traditional areas of employment.
Facilitate holistic development and enhance employability by imparting life-skill training.
Provide the necessary resources and infrastructure to ensure the training provided is relevant and impactful.
Create avenues for employment by increasing awareness about ANEW and its programs amongst prospective employers.
Start life ANEW
ANEW offers FREE training and placements to economically challenged women in the following areas:
IT Skills for Hearing Impaired
Vision Care Technician
ANEW in collaboration with KravMaga, Tamil Nadu, conducted a path breaking new course in self-defense….
Certification ceremony for the 252 candidates of the Pre-college Summer Program – a stepping-out-of-school program for girls from govt/corporation/aided schools.
Recruitment and Induction Program for our Home Nursing trainees by Tatva Home Health Care.
Of the 12 finalists selected among 450 NGOs screened initially nationwide, ANEW was awarded 2nd place for Dasra’s Girl Power Award – category Employability, held at the Bombay Stock Exchange.
Life Skills and Spoken English certification for 24 trainees by Dr. Ambuja.
TB Day – Home Nursing Staff and Trainees took part in a Rally.
The BRISC-CARR Group’s ‘Compelling Customer Service Online Training’ program – a self-paced interactive online learning experience – conducted for a batch of ANEW trainees.
AZAD FOUNDATION, a Delhi based Non-Profit Organization, stopped by at ANEW as a part of their “Learning Journey”.
Y M Deosthale, CMD, L & T Finance Holdings and Arun Ramnathan, retd IAS, Chairman Equitas were the chief guests for our Car Driving Certification.
The Inner Wheel Club of Madras – Central, conducted an Awareness program on Rubella Vaccine. Dr Shamsunissa gave a very informative talk and our girls truly benefitted from the knowledge!
Introduction of the The Nightingale Pledge for our Home-Nursing Assistants after successful completion of the 6 mths training at ANEW.
Chennai Volunteers conducted Conversational English training for a few of ANEW’s computer batches.
Certification for the home-management trainees – Helping Hands – a program jointly conducted by ANEW and Guild of Service, Chennai.
Chief guest – Dr. Sumanna Jaykumar, Director- MOHAN
(Multi Organ Harvesting Aid Network )