Example: Walk us through a specific example(s) of how this solution makes a difference; include its primary activities.
In New Delhi, more than a million people commit everyday for working in several MNC’s , majority in cars, with chauffeurs. If the program is adopted, a driver waiting for 8 hours for their employer would on a normal day sit outside, play cards, engage in substances or do nothing at all! What if this time was utilised to do something productive? They can be taught basic english skills, etiquette, Importance of hygiene, Finical management , Sex education etc.. This all will contribute towards improving the quality of life, increasing employability, reducing crime and poverty, and thus create a peaceful and improved society.
Impact: What is the impact of the work to date? Also describe the projected future impact for the coming years.
The project is still in the initial phase, and implementation is planned to happened beginning next year. Though, the market research is completed. From collecting primary data through questionnaires and having interviews with top educators and executives across New Delhi , we have generated a really good and positive response. About 70% of the sample (200 people) said they would adopt Teach Each for their chauffeurs and house help. According to the research, Multinationals are willing to contribute to such a project per student. After discussions with educators in india, we were able to find the right direction towards curriculum development of the project , which is currently happening as I write these answers.
Spread Strategies: Moving forward, what are the main strategies for scaling impact?
The ides can be spread in a fast way once few initials clients are signed up. According to the number of MNC’s in India, almost every company can sign up for this project in the next 5 years. The plan includes achieving full potential in New Delhi in the next one Year and then moving on to other hubs in India. India has a huge Middle -Class who work for multinational companies and about 60% have chauffeurs. This gives us a very large potential clientele as India is the second most populated country in the world.