Building capacity in disability sector innovative way

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EnableIndia is a leading NGO in Bangalore focusing on providing dignified living to disables through training and placement. Enable India in their short history has shown a tremendous capacity to uplift the underprivileged, disabled community in the greater Bangalore and Karnataka area. There are many factors behind their success ranging from founders passionate approach at an early age, proximity to Bangalore IT hub, innovative work placement solutions for disabled and disability management system (internally developed ERP solution for disability training and placement). EnableIndia has reached a new phase where they can now help improve capacity into similar centers throughout India. Enable India has been thinking of a formal entity and process through which it can provide their knowledge in improving capacity through EnableIndia Academy. We believe that, over a long term, there is a tremendous opportunity to increase the capacity in a broader social sector such as underprivileged sector, semi-skilled sector and social enterprise. We are also open to discuss rather broader partnership which can benefit other social sectors.

Replicating capacity building model in India

Enable India ERP has played a major role as they are able to enroll every candidate, enroll them for training programs, and place them based on open requisition from local IT and non-IT industry. SoPact is now building a platform that takes the capacity building to a new level. SoPact not only focuses on core operations for capacity building, but it’s designed to develop candidate’s overall skill matrix and improve their ability to find most appropriate professional role.


Building a capacity is not a number game. Unless you provide the most optimal employment that suits their skill, no other numbers are meaningful.

Once the base system is optimized, and all the right indicator are tested, Enable India will be in a much better position to take their best practices throughout India and perhaps it can become an exemplary model outside India too!