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Current Partners

Centre for Youth Development and Activities, Pune :-
CYDA is a voluntary organization working in the state of Maharashtra that focuses on meeting the needs of young people. The primary work of the organization revolves around facilitating a process that will help young people develop into socially, emotionally, physically and cognitively competent individuals capable of meeting the challenges of life in today’s times.

The organization has hosted and facilitated the Youth Internship Programme in Pune. The organization over the last couple of years has extended the programme to different districts of Maharashtra to cater to youth coming from semi-urban settings.
Patang, Sambhalpur :-
Patang is a non-profit organization focused on providing young people with action-learning opportunities while developing in them a spirit of volunteerism. They believe that as future leaders of society, it is important for young people to participate in larger social initiatives to contribute to social change.

The programme focuses on youth awareness and engagement through a yearlong life skills curriculum followed by exposure and voluntary placements with NGOs in and around Orissa.
Institute for Social Studies Trust, Delhi :-
ISST is a non-profit organization dedicated to conducting research and action programmes to ensure social justice and equity for the underprivileged (with a focus on women). In recognition of its efforts, ISST has been conferred an NGO Consultative Status by the United Nations.

The programme is working towards promoting active citizenship among the adolescents and youth through an adolescent resource centre. At present 400 youth, adolescents and children come to the centre everyday.
Agragamee, Orissa :-
Agragamee is a voluntary organizations working in several tribal districts of Orissa. They are involved in a range of work including Food and Nutrition Securities, NRM and Watershed Development, Organic Farming and Marketing, Tribal Education, Formation of Tribal Women’s Federations, Micro-entrprises, Policy Advocacy and Action-Research, Governance and PESA, Renewable Energy Development. Intensive work is going on in 250 villages where as out reach would be more than 1000 villages

The programme focuses on creating a cadre of village development youths to work for village development by building their capacities. The project will contribute to the tradition of constructive work and create skills of public work among the youth.
Swechha, Delhi :-
A non-government organization with a focus on Environment and Education, Civil Society and Active Citizenship and Sustainable Development.

The focus of NFI’s grant to Swechha is on one hand is to engage, motivate and inspire citizens and students towards civic responsibility and community action, and on the other to reach out to underprivileged communities and facilitate their access to education, health, livelihood, life skills, environment etc

Old Partners

Rejuvenate India Movement:
Hindu College, Delhi University
Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University
Sadbhavana Trust
PEACE: Conference Organized by Ramjas College and Miranda House

Community Leaders

Voluntary Sector Workers

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