Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, on Monday, announced that Google.org \u2014 the philanthropic arm of the technology giant, will provide $25 million in grants globally to nonprofits and social enterprises that are working on empowering girls and women. On the occasion of International Women's Day, Pichai also committed to helping 1 million women in rural villages in India to become entrepreneurs through business tutorials, tools and mentorship, as part of the Google Internet Saathi programme. "Women are almost twice as likely to lose their jobs during the pandemic and an estimated 20 million girls are at risk of not returning to school. We have the opportunity to build a future that is more equal and more inclusive - and we must take it," Pichai said during the virtual 'Google\u00a0for India' event. The company also announced a $500,000 Google.org grant to Nasscom Foundation to support 100,000 women agriculture workers with digital and financial literacy.