Youth are the future of a nation. For an emerging country like India, development of youth holds the key to the progress of the nation itself, and their education is the cornerstone of this progress. But education for children cannot be achieved without ensuring the welfare of the family – a child can go to school regularly only when the family, particularly the mother is healthy and empowered; the family has decent livelihood opportunities and a steady income.

Realizing this, I-Yuva, beginning in the corridors of education, has adopted a lifecycle approach with intensive programmes focused on family health, livelihood and community engagement through women empowerment, which addresses the needs of less privileged children, their families and the larger community.

           Youth and Education

  • Youth and Employment

  • Youth and Healthcare

  • Youth and Environment

  • Youth and Drug abuse

  • Youth and Crime

  • Youth and Science and Technology

  • Young Women and Girls

  • Youth and HIV/AIDS

  • Youth, Sports and Recreation

  • Youth and Participation in Decision making

  • Youth and Conflict Prevention/Peace building

  • Youth and Agriculture

  • Youth and Arts & Culture

  • Youth and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

  • Youth and Family life

  • Youth Migration

  • Youth and Poverty

  • Youth and Mental Health

    Youth and Livehood

  • Young Empowering Grassroots

  • Youth and Communication and Information

    Youth, Special Themes And Programes

    Youth and Participation in Decision making

    Youth and Differently Abled

    Youth and Disaster Management

    Youth and Prisoner’s Issues

    Youth and Scientific & Industrial Research

    Youth and Tribal Affairs

    Youth Tourism

    Youth and Vocational Training And skills

    Youth and Water Resources

    Youth and Women’s Development & Empowerment

    Youth and Youth Affairs