Giving adolescent girls wings to soar higher through Yuvati Samuh
Our Yuvati Samuh is a transformative program organized by our Mahila Mandals with the aim of mobilizing and enabling young women (13–25 years old) to harness their potential for collective development.
With this program, we provide a safe and supportive space for young girls to come together, share experiences, and acquire vital life skills. Through education, health awareness, vocational training, and mentorship, Yuvati Samuh nurtures the aspirations of adolescent girls and unmarried women and equips them with the tools to thrive in various aspects of their lives.
The Yuvati Samuh program is designed for adolescent girls aged between 13 and 19 years and older if they are unmarried, especially from rural communities, where opportunities for personal growth and development can be limited. By providing a platform specifically tailored to their needs, we encourage these girls to overcome challenges, build self-esteem, and become change-makers within their communities.
Benefitting from this program are young women who aspire to break free from societal barriers, gain access to education, explore vocational opportunities, and develop leadership skills. Yuvati Samuh welcomes girls from diverse backgrounds, promoting inclusivity and equal opportunities for all.
The Yuvati Samuh program has a profound impact on various areas within the community
Yuvati Samuh follows a comprehensive approach to helping adolescent girls reach their potential
Mahila Mandals work closely with CORD to form Yuvati Samuh groups in villages, ensuring representation and inclusivity
The program offers various workshops and training sessions on life skills, vocational training, health awareness, and educational support to the participants
Experienced mentors and facilitators guide the participants, providing support, encouragement, and personalized mentorship
We encourage engaging local stakeholders and fostering collaborations to create a supportive ecosystem for the girls’ growth and development
By nurturing the potential of adolescent girls, we create a ripple effect of positive change, inspiring others and contributing to local development
(Annual statistics from April 2022 – March 2023)
Total Yuvati Samuh groups