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$500,000 to aid youth in India, Middle East

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) today announced that Pratham USA and INJAZ al-Arab have each received a US$250,000 grant as part of the Deloitte21 Challenge.
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Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) today announced that Pratham USA and INJAZ al-Arab have each received a US$250,000 grant as part of the Deloitte21 Challenge.

The Deloitte21 Challenge is designed to recognize leading Deloitte21 programs from around the world that apply Deloitte member firms’ business skills to deliver scalable solutions that positively affect both local communities and the global economy.

Deloitte United States is currently helping Pratham USA to create achievement centers that will increase access to secondary education and vocational skills for young women in India. Deloitte Middle East is working with INJAZ al-Arab to foster a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation among young Arab people.

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