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NGO Relief Unveils New Route to Boost Poor People’s Employment

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 Increasing employment opportunities for the needy and poor is the basic concern of NGOs  relief  and moving those forward into economic empowerment necessitates a comprehensive approach. According to statistics, 229 million of the 1.2 billion poor people worldwide are from India. Therefore, 1 in 5 poor people worldwide reside in India. Our half of the population lives in rural India. Although it appears to be poor, if we look at the scenario from 2000 to 2022, it is unquestionably better.
It is merely one component of the circumstance that might satisfy you. Additionally, NGO relief also concentrates on urban slum people.We are sure that you will absolutely think about who are called as slum population.
We are sure that you will absolutely. Basically, the slum population is those who reside in slums and are below the poverty line. India undoubtedly has the urge to become a superpower; there is a huge number of its population that is below the poverty line. According to a census, 1 out of 6 people live in an unfit habitation, or slum. Till now, we have talked about the hazardous conditions of slum dwellers.
Both for people and the economy as a whole, employment is crucial. The population of the slums is still in the same predicament as it was when we first gained our independence, which was 76 years ago. Every policy maker approaches the problem differently, and as a result, the general public suffers. Even yet they all support the poor’s productivity.
NGO Relief aid workers have been working to better the lives of the impoverished over the past few years through sustainable employment. The creation of jobs opportunity the GDP because it gives each employee additional opportunity to produce income for the country.

NGOs Relief Sharing Stats about BPL and Unemployment

Though, the changes implemented over the past eight years have helped India become the fifth largest economy in the world. Despite the fact that the administration has launched numerous attempts to start again. However, the changed when we consider the wider picture from the perspective of the slum population is very less.
When we look at the below poverty line benchmark established by the Tendulkar Committee in 2011 on the basis of education, health, etc. We can see that every nation has its own standards for gauging this. Anyone who lives in a rural region and makes less than Rs. 27 or Rs. 33 per day in an urban area. It is not justifiable, if we look at it practically and logically. India’s population is growing at 2.2% annually.
It is clear that education, poverty and employment go hand in hand. When we look at stats, employment is not just enough. On account 90% of the people work in the informal sector, which is quiet and according to economic cooperation development it shares an equal share of15% of GDP.
Altogether If we see the report published by the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy, the unemployment rate in India is 8.1% which is quite high. But if we compare it from covid second wave in which it was 40%  Approx  26% of males from the age of 20 to 30 years and 10 years of experienced education, are unemployed. We think this is an alarming situation as India has 50% of population below 25 years and more than 65% population below 35 years. As we are aware that 90% of the population work in the informal sector and out of these only 5% are skilled. 

NGOs Relief Sharing Stats about Women Participation in Jobs

Women’s participation should be at an ideal level, and increased employment will automatically bring sustainable development and growth. Where the government is introducing many initiatives for women, even after that, women’s work participation in India is low. Through the participation of young women increased, married women’s employment is declining. From 35% in 2005 to 21% till March 2022. he informal sector is the major concern for India’s economy as the job security is lost and this reduces the chances of sustainable employment, which is important in an economy.
Our NGOs relief India Trust is actively helping women to participate in our training programs. The Country needs efforts to create more employment opportunities. We believe there is no age of learning where you gain knowledge at any age. We help them to learn painting, computer, english, tailoring etc. Though our volunteers try their level best and visit Delhi/NCR. The constitution of India stated the right to work as a fundamental right, it is an essential part of livelihood. It is part of human right and any discrimination on the work front is a violation of human right.
Women who are denied work at the workplace need to be aware of the universal human right act. This includes equal pay for equal work, and a standard of living. Time to time the government takes necessary efforts to see that the right to work is not violated.

NGOs Relief Sharing Stats about Slum Dwellers

India has the 3rd highest slum dwellers in the world. The capital of India accounts 36% of are unemployed, 48% households with 5 people in each don’t spend Rs. 10,000.
Here, we are listing a table of the survey through NGO relief  reasons for Unemployment.
Reason Percentage
They didn’t get job after Covid 19 22%
Lacked Skill 19
 Look after child 9
Due to household duties 8
Sick due to Health 2
Waiting for Results 2
Hard to Find Work 1

NGOs Relief Highlighting Government Initiative

The Government of India is taking many initiatives to ensure the right to work .
The Factories Act, 1948.
Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946.
The Minimum Wages Act, 1948
Payment of Wages Act, 1936.
The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.
Employees Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952.
Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972.
The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965.
Maternity Benefit Act, 1961.
Workmen Compensation Act, 1923.
Equal Remuneration Act, 1976.
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