Yuva nirman

The youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow and young Indians have an increasing social conscience that we want to encourage and support.

How we help

Twice a year we welcome the next generation of social workers and activists to attend a three-day conference to learn more about our work and discuss social issues. High profile guest speakers, such as Anna Hazare, inspire and debate their work with attendees covering subjects as diverse as human rights law, violence against women, child protection and the power of social media.

 

The programmes not only raise important issues in our wider community, they also encourage social work as a subject and as a vocation.

 

 

Who we help

 

These programmes are complemented by one-off activities such as environmental clean ups, rallies and aid work following natural disasters. In 2015, a small team of our youth volunteers were among the first on the scenes distributing relief, clothing and blankets to victims of the Chennai floods. We help youth gain vital life skills and a better

 

 

How you can help

Through this programme we have already engaged with over 5,000 youths, some of whom are have gone up to set up their own projects supporting our beneficiaries. With your help we can reach more and create the leaders of tomorrow. 

Yuva Nirman.jpg

50 percent

of India's population are under 25 yrs old

5000 youths

have been supported through the programme with Snehalaya

300 places

for youth twice a year

3 days

intensive training into how Snehalaya works

MEET...

Our future leaders

India's young people are incredibly conscientious and keen to make a difference. 

"The programme gives us the chance to understand the problems in our community and makes us think about how to be creative and find a solution"