To encourage physical activity and holistic development, the program equips schools with sports kits. These kits enable students to participate in sports and recreational activities, fostering their physical and mental well-being.
Anganwadi is a government-sponsored child-care and mother-care development programmes in India at the village level. It caters to children in the 0-6 age group. They were started by the Indian government in 1975 as part of the Integrated Child Development Services program to combat child hunger and malnutrition. An Anganwadi centre provides basic health care facilities in Indian villages. It is a part of the Indian public health-care system. Basic health-care activities include contraceptive counselling and supply, nutrition education and supplementation, as well as pre-school activities.
The Anganwadi Makeover Project’s approach is to create simple, beautiful and cost-effective designs in close collaboration with the local community.
Yuva’s mission is to design, build and renovate educational, health and community structures in underprivileged Indian communities to better the lives and conditions of children families and communities in need. We work closely with the local community, who contribute to both the design process and renovation of the Anganwadi.
Projects Under Education
School Kit Program was established by the Yuva Bengaluru Trust in 2009 with the goal of empowering every child through education. Its primary focus is on helping children from disadvantaged and economically poorer areas of society. We offer a school kit that includes a variety of supplies like a school bag, notebooks, pens, pencils, drawing books, crayons, and compass boxes.
School Adoption Program
Nurturing Minds, Building Futures
The number of children studying in government schools is higher than the private schools. Despite government efforts to transform the government schools, the schools are lacking infrastructure facilities and that leads to failure to attract the students to government schools as well as to provide quality education to needy children.
Bridging Digital Divide
The project aims to bridge the digital divide by introducing modern educational technology, specifically smart boards, to government schools in rural areas. Smart boards are interactive whiteboards that facilitate engaging and interactive teaching-learning experiences. By leveraging the power of technology, we aspire to provide students in rural schools with access to modern tools and resources, fostering a more inclusive and equitable learning environment.