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Association for Non-Traditional Employment of Women

ANEW - Association for Non-traditional Employment for Women is an NGO committed to creating life lasting impact on the women from underprivileged groups of society, through its philosophy "Educate a woman, You Empower a Family".

Over the years, ANEW, with a firm purpose and a committed team has expanded its innovative courses and reached out to less privileged women from different backgrounds with varied interests and skill sets. Determined to hold on to its strong belief, "Educate a woman, you empower a family”, ANEW constantly endeavors to explore and introduce new courses into its curriculum and also to enhance its existing courses in order to create sustainable employment. With 6800 women already trained and employed in various formal employment sectors, ANEW envisions training and employing another 1000 women every year.

Several Sponsors and Associates have supported ANEW in various ways throughout its successful journey. Currently, the various programs at ANEW are entirely supported by donations from the corporate sector, philanthropists and other well-wishers.


To enhance the Socio-economic status of young underprivileged women by empowering them with self-confidence and required skills to enable them to become independent and contribute to family and society.


• Provide the required skill through training in non-traditional areas of employment.

• Create avenues for employment by increasing awareness of ANEW’s vision and mission among like-minded people in society.

• Enlist the support of volunteers competent in the chosen area for imparting training.

• Create necessary infrastructure to widen the scope and scale of training in chosen areas by mobilizing funds from individuals and institutional donors.

Volunteer requirements:

Spoken English for a group of 43 girls (courses - Pre Primary Teachers training & Corporate Secy training). These girls are all Class 12 pass and all of them write English and some of them speak English as well. However, they are very diffident and don’t understand the language at all. They have the will to learn and are a focused lot. Their need is situational English and their TNOU book has an excellent capsule with several situations with questions, role play, interviews, etc. There is a need to flesh these out and create capsules around them. The idea is that we dovetail our efforts with what is taught in Communication Skills at Community College.

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