Azad Foundation

Training the female taxi drivers of tomorrow

India
2016 - 2021

Azad Foundation was established in 2008 to provide resource-poor women living in urban areas of India with dignified livelihoods. HDF grant funding has supported its flagship ‘Women on Wheels’ programme to equip women with the skills to become self-sustaining professionals in jobs and markets that have traditionally been closed to them – namely public transport. The initiative also responds to a growing public demand for safe and alternate transport options for women in selected cities in India.


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