Vocational Training NGOs and Charities

Below is a list of NGOs, charities and non-profits working on vocational training programs for the public, specially youth. These include skilled based courses that help people in getting skilled employment.. Total Results = 1289

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Pratham is an education NGO in India that focuses on high-quality, low-cost, and replicable interventions to address gaps in the education system. Established in 1995 to provide education to children in the slums of Mumbai.
SOS is a non-profit organization working for the welfare, education, and upbringing of orphans in Pakistan. It runs orphan homes in Lahore and multiple cities in Pakistan.
It is a vocational training institute. Aman Tech is developing a skilled and economically empowered workforce through technical vocational training, soft skills and exposure to employment opportunities. They are giving technical training.
They are working in 3 core areas:- education, social Innovation and community development. Their aim is to enhance the educational system in Pakistan through the introduction of the concept of "Informal education system" and "Education research labs".
The Hunar Foundation is a not-for-profit organization (NPO). THF’s mission is to provide vocational courses and technical training to the marginalized youth of Pakistan. This is one of the largest polytechnic / vocational training institute in Pakistan.
ATF has helped people in need by giving them health care, helping them with housing and shelter, monthly aid for underprivileged people, and helping deserving students with educational support & vocational training courses. It was established in 1987.
Behbud is a self-sustainable NGO. They've been helping women artisans for over five generations, teaching over 300,000 of them. Their mission is to promote the empowerment of women and girls and to ensure the prosperity of their families & communities.