The mission of Young People for Life India is summed up as: sharing and transforming lives to reach the unreached and less fortunate teenage girls and young people ( men and women) in India through education, empowerment and enlightenment.
The need of the hour is to do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves. Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others which is vital and divine vision for Young People for Life India.
Aims and Objectives
Need for compassion
We are witnessing a phenomenal advancement in technology over the last three decades, and our young professionals are experiencing remarkable social and cultural change. This drastic change has generated psychological and social dislocations among the youth. Moreover, technology has influenced the way youth think about life in general and interpersonal human relations in particular. Andhra Pradesh is fourth largest cities in India which has more than four million students alone in Hyderabad (called global village) with highest suicidal rates. We may not find all the answers on websites and in books. People and communities are the best place to search for the answers.
Young People for Life India aims are:
- To reach the unreached, broken and less fortunate teenage girls and young people in India and to help and support them irrespective of their caste, creed and culture
- To empower weaker and less fortunate young women to speak up, to gain confidence and to make positive change in their families and communities. And to conduct campaigns involving citizens in their fight against corruption.
- To build confidence, values and resilience through role modeling and the mentoring of young people of college age in India
- To create opportunities at the resource centre for the poor to access appropriate information based on new technologies in a globalised environment, knowledge of which becomes a tool for empowerment.
- To break the barriers and stereotypes of race, religion and culture through cross-cultural study and exchange programmes with global youth participation