National Skill Development Corporation
National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) a not for profit, Public-Private-Partnership organization, which was set up by the Ministry of Finance as a Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) model.
NSDC was set up as part of a national skill development mission to fulfil the growing need in India for skilled manpower across sectors and narrow the existing gap between the demand and supply of skills.
NSDC aims to contribute significantly to the overall target of skilling up of people in India.
And to bridge the gap between the Employers and the Workers, NSDC, through its Labour Market Information System (LMIS) division is working closely with Helpers Near Me.
At Helpers Near Me, this collaboration provides the trained and certified NSDC Candidates easy access to work opportunities at a local level. In turn, the initiative also provides Employers with easy access to interested trained NSDC Candidates.
All India Federation of Self-Employed Women’s Association
Founded by Ela Bhatt in 1972, the Self Employed Women’s Association is a movement of women who work in the informal economy.
SEWA Bharat has almost 2 million women members across 18 states of India.
SEWA Bharat works with a twin approach of struggle and development for women’s empowerment, through trade unions, development programs and social enterprises -- all run and promoted by the grassroots women themselves.
SEWA Bharat is a national federation of all Self Employed Women’s Associations in India.
It is committed to strengthening the movement of women in the informal economy by highlighting their issues at the national level to advocate for their rights at the highest levels of policy and industry and building its member organizations’ capacity to empower them.
Helpers Near Me is working closely with SEWA Bharat's Delhi Members to help them find work opportunities, locally.
Domestic Workers Sector Skill Council
Domestic Workers Sector Skill Council (DWSSC), under National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), is working towards enhancing the employability of Domestic Workers.
Domestic Workers in India constitute one of the largest segments, nearly 20 million of the workforce, the majority being women whose services mostly go unrecognized.
Most of these Domestic Worker’s function as ‘lifelines’ to the households, render multiple types of services, as full time and part time, live-in and live-out, and they are described as ‘domestic servants’.
DWSSC is working towards enhancing the employability of Domestic Workers and helping them sector acquire the status of a profession or a trade.
Helpers Near Me is working closely with DWSSC to help the trained Domestic Workers find work opportunities, locally.