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Orientation Programme for vulnerable women empowerment

Yuva Jamshedpur core team meeting

Jamshedpur: Yuva organized Orientation Programme for empowering vulnerable women at  the coordination office of  Yuva, Jamshedpur. Mr Manas Das ,secretary, an NGO TRCSC was addressed the orientation programme as a resource person. All the members of the core team of YUVA participated in the progrmme enthusiastically. YUVA has initiated special initiatives for empowering vulnerable women with the support of Global Green Grants Fund(GGF) in June month. Continue reading


37 students of government schools taken on educational trip

Jamshedpur: 37 children of four government schools in Potka block were taken on a educational trip to Adarsh Vidyalaya Manpur. This exposure visit of school children was organized by Youth Unity For Voluntary Action (Yuva), Jamshedpur under “Shiksha Se Parivartan” Scheme.

Children of four government schools of Potka planting trees at Manpur Middle School. The children were on a visit to Manpur Middle School as a part of educational trip organized by Yuva.

The children included in the educational trip belonged to Nachosai Middle School, Chakri Middle School, Tangrain Middle School and Hariyan Middle School.

The programme was organized with the help of  Educans, Development Focus and SPAR.

The purpose of the visit was to apprise the children with the functioning of Bal Sansad in Manpur Madhya Vidyalaya, so that they too could form such a Bal Sansad.

The children of Manpur Middle School welcomed the visiting children.

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Yuva to launch Nutrition Meal Programme soon

YUVA will launch a nutrition meal  programme in different slums of Jamshedpur soon with the help of Manav Charities, Bangalore and NGO Fund-raisers.

The project is to provide nutritious meal such as breakfast, lunch and dinner among poor children, who live in different slum areas of Jamshedpur.

For this project an arrangement would be made for setting up a centralized kitchen and the food will be transported in steel containers. Food will be distributed in slums everyday, including on Sundays and public holidays.

Yuva members are excited about this ambitious Meal Programme as they feel providing fresh meal to the slum children and taking care of hygiene would be a challenging task for them. This is the first time they would be taking up such a project where meal would be distributed directly among children.

The members feel with complete dedication they would be able to carry out the task successfully. And they would be only happy to see slum children get nutritious meal regularly.