Change Maker Trainer Female

Posted By: Raah Foundation


Junior Management

Program Implementation


Job Description

Company Description

Raah Foundation is working towards improving the lives of tribal communities in Maharashtra. With a focus on sustainability, Raah has developed an integrated approach to address issues such as water security, agriculture, women's empowerment, ecological restoration, tribal art, and health. All projects are designed and implemented with the active participation of the communities.

Role Description

This is a full-time on-site role located in Solapur for a Change Maker Trainer. The Change Maker Trainer will be responsible for designing and implementing training programs for self-help groups, farmers, and artisans in the tribal communities. The trainer will also collaborate with cross-functional teams to identify training needs and provide customized solutions, and will work closely with the communities to facilitate their development as change makers.


Bachelor's degree or higher in a relevant field

Minimum of 3 years of experience in designing and implementing training programs, preferably in rural or tribal settings

Strong knowledge and understanding of community development, participatory approaches, and adult learning principles

Excellent communication, facilitation, and interpersonal skills

Ability to work collaboratively with cross-functional teams and diverse communities

Proficiency in Marathi and English, and knowledge of Hindi is a plus

Passion for social impact, sustainability, and empowering marginalized communities


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Location: Solapur, Maharashtra

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Raah Foundation
  • About Organization:We are a group of passionate people using our education, background, and experience to create a better world. Cliched it may sound, but we are determined, and we are in a hurry. We work with some of the poorest communities which are also the innocent victims of climate change. Our approach is outcome-focused, impact-driven, and bottom-up. We delayer the intertwined layers of social problems and work both inside out and outside in to make a sustainable change that spurs growth and development. In 2010, after selling her ITES business, Sarika along with Girish and Mr. GR Thengdi (father/ mentor) decided to start Raah Foundation. Raah means path in Hindi and this name came from their belief that a journey well traveled can lead to a desirable and happy destination. With just a passion they registered Raah in 2011 and went into self-incubation for the first three years. They found their calling in the tribal indigenous areas of Maharashtra after a chance visit. In just a decade the organi

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