Action for Youth
Youth Empowerment is an attitudinal, structural, and cultural process whereby young people gain the ability, authority, and agency to make decisions and implement change in their own lives and the lives of other people, including youth and adults.
For the promotion of youth force and encourage, youth related activities conducts many programs for the youth empowerment right from education to health, environment, active citizenship and other livelihood issues. Awareness campaigns organized to aware on many issues for the youths.
Some current ongoing projects of OSVSWA
Youth in Action
EU Aid Volunteer Project (European Volunteers in Humaniritarin Aid Corps) aims at developing an innovative frame of expression of solidarity for Europeans through their engagement as humanitarian volunteer on projects aiming at strengthening local communities in third countries in terms of disaster risk reduction and post-crisis recovery. The project was supported by European Commission in collaboration with ADICE, France.
GREEN YOUTH CITIZENS Project funded by ‘Youth in Action’ of the European Commission. The main aim of the project ‘Green Youth Citizens’ is to raise awareness about environmental problems and how they confine us in the exercise of as active citizenship. This multy-country project is being implemented in Romania, Spain, Turkey, Nepal, Bangladesh and India. OSVSWA is implementing the project in India.
Sport for Tolerance Project (Action 2) European Volunteers Service supported by European Commission with partners from Brazil, Romania, Turkey, France and India. The main purpose of the project is to aware the young people about the benefit of sport, as way for healthy life style. The project aims to highlight the importance of associating the sport with spending the free time and encourage the active participation of young people in society. OSVSWA is the partner from India and sending 2 volunteers to Romania for the project.
OSVSWA is hosting the Secretariat for South Asian Youth Climate Coalition (SAYCC) which was founded in 2011 with member partners from China, Nepal, Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh. SAYCC has partnered in organizing workshops / campaigns on youth in environment management and climate change.