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Objective and Vision:

  • The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan is for Rural Urban and Tribal Initiative established in January 2003 by Mr.ParvatDamor as a not-for-profit organisation that works towards social changes at the grass roots, across rural and urban India with Specific core objectives.
  • To provide educational support to poor students belongs to economically disadvantaged, child labourers, disabled, orphans, semi orphans.
  • To assist in the development of local groups of villagers including small and marginal farmers, artisans, labour including agricultural labour and other service providers with special emphasis on women, youth, differentially-abled and other disadvantaged sections for accelerating the pace of rural development.
  • The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan is act as a channelizing, monitoring and mentoring platform for effectively implementing programmes spread over a wider geographical area or programmes involving multitude of disciplines.
  • As we believe the youths of any nation is its future hope. NGO India is also geared towards sensitizing the youths via education and other youth empowerment programs that give them insight into governance, nation building activities. Above all, they are constantly encouraged to focus on education as their major key for attaining meaningful height in life.
  • The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan undertake capacity and quality appraisals of the constituent member NGOs, carry out periodical reviews and help them, in capacity building and performance enhancement so that they may contribute their best to the development of rural India .
  • The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan not only facilitates and supports social action, but also strengthens it through the intermediary processes of advocacy, engagement, association, capacity building and solidarity. Cross-fellowship learning through meetings and perspective building is also promoted.
  • The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan to undertake all such other lawful activities as may be incidental or conducive or ancillary to the attainment of the objectives of the Society.
  • The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan to serve as a forum for addressing growing concerns in the areas of Right to Information, transparency and other issues of collective interests and to take up these issues with the appropriate authorities.
  • The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan try to reduce the morbidity (Illness) and mortality of the community.
  • The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan to implement and research on projects relating to Panchayat & Social Welfare and Rural Development for benefit of needy people.
  • To work towards maintaining social harmony and to make efforts for the overall development of the Society.
  • We try to work for resource-less and poor people by active involvement in rural development through public participation and to co-ordinate with social activities.
  • The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan is o create awareness and implement various projects on Public Health, TB,Maleria, HIV and Family Welfare and to organize Awareness Movement in remote rural area.
  • The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan believe that women also deserve same rights as everyone so we at try our best to take responsibility of women for their up liftman and their education and take care of their necessities so that they can achieve what they want.
  • Formal education is a priority is in our organization. The India government has made formal education compulsory for children from age 6 to 14. However, there is no proper provision and programs to ensure that this mandate is fully implemented in every part of India; the rural communities seem to be entirely forgotten. Besides, poverty is also a big challenge for those who want to realize their full potential through education. But the good news is that The Vanvasi Yuva Sangathan have well-structured programs put in place for promotion of education even at the grassroots level.
  • Our Organization's core objective is Education to poor and orphan children's, Women empowerment and Community development to really needy peoples.

We have happy to work with:

  • Children's
  • Adolescents
  • Students
  • Youth
  • Dalit's
  • Farmers
  • Old age / Elderly people
  • Orphans, Semi Orphans, Street Children
  • Tribal
  • Disabled persons
  • Women / Groups of women's