Magic Bus launches phase 2 of ‘Future X’
Hyderabad: Magic Bus India Foundation, a non-profit organisation in education and skilling space, has unveiled the second phase of ‘Future X’ a livelihood programme supported by Michael and Susan Dell Foundation. The second phase of the programme will be implemented across seven key centres spread across five cities - Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi.
Magic Bus identifies the communities and sets up physical centres post assessing the employment opportunities in the area and mapping the aspirations of young people. The NGO to reach 4,000 young people in 2023-2024, and a cumulative 70,000 young people by the end of 2027 across 23 centres.
Jayant Rastogi, Global CEO, Magic Bus India Foundation, said, “we believe that Future X represents a significant step forward in our commitment to empowering the youth. Our approach involves employing scalable strategies that allows us to reach millions of young people in the years to come. Our partnership with Michael & Susan Dell Foundation is instrumental in achieving this objective.”