This Kolkata-based organisation is helping marginalised youth including victims of trafficking find a career path

Information and technology is the future — the only sector that seems to be booming even when the economy is at its lowest low. Dipak Basu, with a group of social entrepreneurs, set up Anudip in 2006 to help talented but deprived rural and urban Indian youth by bringing information and technology to them and helping them realise their potential.

Anudip is not working with just the youth anymore but is also helping victims of human trafficking get back on their feet and training specially-abled individuals acquire skills to make them more employable.

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