Pravah

Project Theme

Youth and Active Citizenship

Target Group

Children

Project Period

01 Apr 2014 - 31 May 2015

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Introduction

Initiated in 1993, PRAVAH is an NGO that works to build leadership for social change with young people. Over the last 19 years, it has developed a deep understanding and a unique perspective on youth development. This expertise is based on its rich experience of designing and implementing a range of programmes with different segments of adolescents and youth in the country. In contrast to many other organizations that view youth as either a client group or an instrument for development, PRAVAH’s interventions facilitate youth to lead social change while investing in their own development. For various reasons, relatively few organizations do this sort of work even though it is a critical need.

Impact by partner
  1. Inward Bound: 1300 young people (800 from Delhi & 300from Lucknow) across, at least 12 different colleges will get exposed to processes that will enable them to have an increased understanding of the Self.
  2. Youth Addas/Urban Exposure: 500 young people (Delhi 300 & Lucknow 200) from diverse background (college, gender, religion etc) from across at least 15 different colleges and or groups will participate in the 23 addas (13 in Delhi & 10 in UP) to understand different social issues which are connected to their self
  3. Get Real Workshops: 4 open workshops (2 in Delhi & 2 in Lucknow), with approximately 90 participants will focus on deep self awareness.
  4. Youth Resource Center (YRC): 100 young people will access the YRC as a space for exploring, learning, experimenting and engaging with the self, issues of social justice and opportunities such as volunteering, interning and participating in workshops.
  5. National Youth Festival: Showcasing youth change makers through 1 Youth Festival most probably on International youth day, 2014
  6. On Campus: Direct outreach through campus building activities would be approximately 500 young people, this would include employing mediums of film screenings, interesting skill and issue based workshops.