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Our plan : In 2016-18, we plan to share issue programmes of governments, corporates, NGOs, FAs... in any country with focus on Thane, other districts of India.
Our vision : Universal development Our mission : Be sustainable, promote others Our focus : Share challenges & solutions email your programmes on issues
Youth programmes Youth : Funding proposals by various stakeholders

Youth is the time of life when one is young, but often means the time between childhood and adulthood. It is also defined as "the appearance, freshness, vigor, spirit, etc., characteristic of one who is young". Its definitions of a specific age range varies, as youth is not defined chronologically as a stage that can be tied to specific age ranges; nor can its end point be linked to specific activities, such as taking unpaid work or having sexual relations.
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For us, youth are not just the future generation but the hope of people across the world. Whereas youth have the power to make a positive change in this world, they also have the responsibility to ensure good climate environmentally & mentally for the future generations.

Of course, the adults have responsibility to start the climate change process because earlier generations of humans have already done damage to the environment whether it is in terms of wood burning (either during their life or after demise), cutting trees and ensuring that the world do not get rains as was the case earlier ......These are just few examples where we & our ealier generations have affected climate. Many more can be easilt thought by you.

Climate change is just one of the many issues & things youth have to take care of. Now a days, many youth think that their friendship happens online but in reality they just dont bother about having good relations with their parents, neighbourhood, nearby societies... they are so much online that for them taking pictures & loading them online is more important that the programme itslef. So whether they are attending a marriage or meeting classmates or volunteering for school children / disabled / senior citizens.... they are more interested in showing their online (real or just online) friends what they did.

For youth showing that they spend time with elderly is more important that investing time with elderly or entertaining them or investing time with them talking about their experiences or the scenario of the world or their country today.....THIS NEED TO CHANGE.

During 2016 - 2017 - 2018, we will share more issues youth must take care of today alongwith how they should entertain their life.

Organisations (it can be governments, corporates, NGOs/NPOs, funding agencies, mediia, philanthropists, celebrities or just anyone from any country) working for youth should email their work to datacentre@CSRidentity.com

Aarambh

Training in vocational skills training for including screen printing , paper products, and computer courses Leadership training for youth

Sponsorships for needy students to enable them to pursue their education through high school and college Health awareness camps

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http://www.aarambh.org/

ABB Ltd.

Training in vocational skills training for including screen printing , paper products, and computer courses Leadership training for youth

Sponsorships for needy students to enable them to pursue their education through high school and college Health awareness camps

Positive impacts for youngsters and workforce
Hannes Eriksson: his first real job - at the ABB cables factory in KarlskronaLouise Olausson, workshop manager, who initiated the project along with Britt-Inger Osterlind, Human Resources, says: “Due to strong business growth we were confronted with a hiring need for around 60 new operators. I had the impression that some highly motivated young people could have a positive impact on our workforce, which is a bit under-represented below the age of 30.”

The initial expectation was that about five or six of the new intake would be sufficiently interested and hard-working to stay the course, but those expectations were proved wrong. “Some of the boys really don’t come from an easy family background. They are very happy to work and make some money,” says Sejlert.

The Job Induction project was featured in national, local and trade union newspapers, and not only further raised ABB’s profile but also aroused interest among other companies keen to pursue similar projects.

The leaders of the ABB project have received a number of requests for meetings to share their experiences. Jan-Anders Lindfors, the IF Metall union representative, says two other companies in the region are also planning to follow ABB’s example. Working in the community is providing benefits both to ABB and to young people, and is potentially paving the way for similar projects to help young people get a better start in life.

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http://new.abb.com/

Agilent Technologies India

Inspiring the Scientists and Engineers of Tomorrow
Agilent's worldwide community programs tangibly demonstrate the company's values and commitment to corporate citizenship. In communities where we operate, we contribute through foundation and company grants, employee volunteerism, public policy and community partnerships in the areas of science education, and workplace giving campaigns.

Through grants and donations, Agilent supports programs designed to increase student interest and achievement in science education, with an emphasis on populations underrepresented in the technology industry. Each year Agilent employees throughout the world devote thousands of volunteer hours to increasing student interest in science and other community activities.

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Akshara Centre

With Youth
Akshara realizes that in order to bring in gender equality, we need to involve young men in the process of transformation of society.
Gender relations, masculinity and patriarchal privileges are questioned and discussed to bring in a greater awareness, individual consciousness and societal change.
The Youth for Change program involves 400 young women and men every year from 9 low resources colleges in a curriculum of non formal education and social work.
The National Social Service unit of the Education Dept, GOM has officially recognized Akshara’s program with youth.
Students can be a part of Akshara’s programs for 80 hours each year.
Selected students are trained in Theatre, Journalism and Music as mediums for social causes and change.
Alternative Film Clubs have been established by youth to encourage students to seeing and understanding good cinema.
Our training workshops on Masculinity and Leadership Development have encouraged students to Join the Anti-Violence Campaign and for women to take leadership.

Yuvakmela and Yuvatimela
Yuvakmela (mela in Hindi means a fun-fair like gathering) deals with different aspects of gender and masculinity through the medium of games and info stalls. This approach is very contrast to the usual ‘lecturing’ method which is just one way communication. If you are interested in knowing more about conducting these in your locality, we have provided a manual in the ‘Resources’ section. And feel free to get in touch with us.

Yuvatimela began in 1998 (earlier than the Yuvakmela) and has been instrumental in helping young women to learn about dealing with their problems, discrimination and the need to strategize.

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American Express Banking Corp. India

Leadership Academy
The American Express Leadership Academy is a signature program of the Leadership funding theme. Founded in 2008 in partnership with the Center for Creative Leadership, today the Leadership Academy includes five nonprofit partners, encompasses nine separate programs, spans four countries and impacts hundreds of high-potential emerging leaders annually. The curriculum of the American Express Leadership

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Ashadeep - Assam

Empowering the youth through workshop on “Developing Communication Tools for Awareness Generation on Mental Health”
Ashadeep in collaboration with Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust organized a seven day workshop in the month of July, 2012. The workshop titled “Developing Communication Tools for Awareness Generation on Mental Health” was first of its kind wherein, thirty one students from eighteen different colleges and universities across Assam participated in creative process of film making, audio clipping, photography, and poster making to deal with the sensitive topic of mental health. A total of seventy three entries in photography, film-making, poster making, and audio clipping were received of which ten in each category were selected for the workshop. Around 750 students took part in the symposiums which were organized in


prestigious colleges and universities of Assam, to orient students about the concept of mental health and invite entrees in film making, audio clipping, photography, and poster making. During the seven day workshop, three short films (Public Service Announcements), three audio clippings, three posters, and still photographs on mental health were created and developed by the students under the guidance of national award winning film maker Mr. Sunzu Bachaspatimayum and internationally acclaimed photographer Mr Sudharak Olwe. The workshop ended with a fine group of jury members selecting the winners in each category who won cash prizes along with certificates.

The entire programmme starting from the conduction of symposiums in various institutions across Assam to the seven day workshop involving selected students was first of its kind. This was due to the fact that for the first time youth of our state were dealing with the sensitive issue of mental health. It was a sensitive yet creative venture of generating awareness through modes like photography, film making, audio clipping and poster making. Though the project per se concluded with prize distribution ceremony on 14th July, 2012 in which a respected set of jury members selected the winning group in each category, it can only be seen as a stepping stone towards involving the young generation in sensitizing the community at large. Empowering the youth in terms of increasing their awareness about issues related to mental health will only but ensure that the future generation is well equipped to deal with them.

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AstraZeneca India

The AstraZeneca Young Health Programme (YHP) aims to positively impact the health of adolescents in marginalised communities worldwide through research, advocacy and on-the-ground programmes which are focused on NCD prevention.

The programme is a partnership between AstraZeneca, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Plan International, a leading global children’s charity.

This site is aimed at organisations and individuals who work with young people to provide information on the Young Health Programme and share materials and resources.

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Ballarpur Industries Ltd.
Providing Urban Youth with Opportunities to Join the Industrial Workforce
To bridge the gap created by shortage of skilled manpower, Crompton Greaves is partnering with government run Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) in urban areas to upgrade their curriculum and infrastructure thus enhancing the employability of its students.

A new course on winding and assembling of transformers was designed and introduced in the ITI with the help of the company. The Crompton Greaves technical team attended the sessions to ensure that the curriculum was delivered appropriately. Every student who opted for it was given employment with the company

The 'Basic Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution Lab' was set up to give students hands-on experience. Today, the lab serves as a resource centre for students across the country. The Model has been appreciated by the Director of Vocational Training government of India and two more such projects are being taken up in other urban areas around the Crompton Greaves sites. More than 100 ITI students have been absorbed by various industries, of which 38 by
Crompton Greaves.

Crompton Greaves continues to explore several vistas of partnership with ITIs in India, towards making them financially self- sustaining, and centre's of excellence. This symbiotic relationship has evolved into a win-win situation for both Crompton Greaves and ITI, as Crompton Greaves is able to get skilled personnel, while ITI can offer courses that are releva

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