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2012-13 Annual Report

Working towards the vision of the organization, Yuva Bengaluru concentrated on three key areas:
To provide quality education to children from the families in the lower economic strata in
Bangalore along with good health care facilities.
To train the youth of Karnataka towards their self-development through “Life Skills”
training programme based on the concept of ‘Individual Development leads to National
Development’.
 To sensitize the community through active volunteering.

Lead India 2020

Individual Development leads to National Development – India is going to be young with 29 years as working Indian average age by the year 2020 and our students are going to get global opportunities. It is very essential to ignite global skills with Indian values to make India a global leader.

2013-14 Annual Report

Time indeed does not wait for anyone and another interesting year has gone by silently. The journey towards nation building started in the year 2008, 5 years may not seem long, but for us at Yuva it has been a time for reassessing not just our selves but also the world around us.
The year 2013-14 has been a year of strength and growth as we move forward in our mission. The year provided us a mixed bag of joys and trails. It renewed our belief that committed workers with the necessary competence can bring about tremendous impacts when a conducive atmosphere is created. We knew we had to start by first transforming within – each of us who chose to become a part of Yuva.

2011-12 Annual Report

Working towards the vision of the organization, Yuva Bengaluru
concentrated on two key areas:
* To provide quality education to children from the families in the lower
economic strata in Bangalore along with good health care facilities.
* To train the youth of Karnataka towards their self-development through
“Life Skills” training programme based on the concept of ‘Individual
Development leads to National Development.’