Human resource, being the most valuable asset of any community, rarely reached desirable levels of development in the target villages to enable them to free themselves from various bondages and reach self reliance. Since 2000, Samhathi organized various trainings, both formal and non-formal, to develop the human potential. There are two broad categories have been created to convert this great asset of the community for its development.
Again the children and the youth of the area further placed under three groups.
Apart from the advanced training structures and systems at the Central level, each Zone has its own training facilities to cater to the needs of the population coming within each Zone. Considering the need to impart trainings at the village level, collaborative arrangements have been at the village level and already 60% of the Sanghams have training facilities available at the village level itself. It is envisioned that within the first three year period of SV9 Project, all the Sanghams should have its own training facilities with modern amenities. The trainings at these levels are conducted by professional trainers either engaged by training firms or by the HRD Department of Samhathi. Such trainings stress on academic excellence, career development and character formation with duration ranging from one-day to week-long trainings at a stretch. Each child/student/youth undergoes a number of such trainings every year to reach adequate levels in academic affairs, competence and character.
Young women and men coming within the age limit of 25 to 40 come under this category. Most of them are gifted enough to develop their potential to reach good levels of life both in terms of education and career but due to the backwardness of the community they were born into and brought up, more than 90% of them did not reach where they should have reached. It is in this context DSILL of Samhathi started helping them to reach desirable levels of growth and achievements since 2009. More than 2300 of them received various training since then and now the new SV9 Project has incorporated this as a priority area of action and aims to support 40000 of them by 2025. Elaborate action plan has been designed to reach the targets and the implementation will commence from 2017. The trainings are aiming to help them to identify their potential to optimum levels in terms of knowledge-equipping and exploring possibilities of occupational development both in India and overseas. The Placement Bureau under HRD Department will extend support to them to explore and make use job/career opportunities in various parts of the world.