SAP India has partnered with Project Nanhi Kali to provide education and digital access to over 12,000 girls by December next year. SAP India runs a programme called ‘Code Unnati’, which was launched in 2017 and has already provided employment-led digital literacy and software skills to one million adolescents in the country. It has set up about 500 centres to facilitate the initiative. She added that while women account for nearly half of India’s population, only 25 per cent of the workforce is female.
Project Nanhi Kali was founded in 1996 by Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra and has till date, supported over 3.75 lakh girls across India by providing them with academic and material support. It is jointly managed by K C Mahindra Education Trust and Naandi Foundation.