Who we are
Strengthening the system for sustainable actions
SAFL India Foundation is a non-profit organization based in New Delhi, India. We design sustainable programs for the government schools and leverage existing organisation networks and the government systems to implement this program, ensuring children are aware of the dynamic labour market needs.
We strongly believe in strengthening the school ecosystem by creating opportunities for future public leaders. We bring together diverse stakeholders, Govt. & Non-Govt. leaders, academicians, experts, and practitioners through knowledge sessions and conferences to build dialogue, accelerate solutions, and inspire systemic collective action to address the myriad development challenges of India.
Education of India: Future of leadership
The Indian education system is failing to provide a sustainable platform to bridge the youth skills gap and develop the entrepreneurial mindset of higher secondary school students. India makes up for the world’s largest cohort of young people with 54% of its total population below 25 years of age and 230 million enrolments in over 1.4 million schools. But according to the data produced by the Global Business Coalition for Education (GBC-Education), the Education Commission, and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), approximately 54% of South Asian youth that leave school will lack the necessary skills to find a decent job by 2030. The data also said that more than 50% of Indian youth are not on track to have the education and skills necessary for employment by 2030. In India, as many as 53% will leave secondary school without getting the skills needed for a decent job
We believe all young mind can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
We are driven by our mission to transform 10,000 lives of young minds within the next 5 years through the 50 Skill and Innovation hub.
To empower the youth with 21st Century skills and developing a new educational approach that will strengthen the capacity, skills and entrepreneurial mind-sets of young minds.