Youth Camp goes international

In a first for Snehalaya, we invited youths and guest speakers from across South Asia to attend and join forces for social inclusion, at our three-day Yuva Nirman Amrut Mahotsav Youth Camp.

Around 450 youth Karmaveers from all levels and states of our country were selected for the camp. Inspired by local and foreign activists and social workers, they resolved to preserve India's unique culture, based on multiculturalism and inclusiveness, in our 31st camp which also marked 75 years of Indian independence.


The future of the country and world is becoming grey with growing levels of violence and hatred. Our mission is to work with the youth to spread goodwill in society and, by sharing our strengths and abilities, address the issues in the hope that together we can change the country for the benefit of all.