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VISHWA YUVA KENDRA

perm_identityFounded by Rajat Kumar Narain ( 25years of experience )

roomCircular Road, Teen Murti Marg, Chankyapuri , New Delhi, Delhi - 110021

languagewww.vykonline.org

view_headline Area of focusYouth Empowerment

view_module Geographical ActivityDelhi

Funding requirement₹1,500,000

Project Completed 10

ABOUT

The Vishwa Yuvak Kendra has a unique history. In 1959, the executive committee of the Indian Assembly of Youth came to the conclusion that if youth work has to be developed in the country on scientific lines, a national youth centre should be established, which would provide on a continuous basis, training in youth work to the workers of youthorganisations. The committee also visualised the centre as an international meeting place for young people from all over the world. Since a centre of this type had to have a certain permanency, it was decided to set up an independent trust, which would command the necessary respect and support.

VISION

Orient the youth to the developmental process and enable them to participate in the process of nation building. Foster initiatives for unfolding the potential of youth through a constant process of self evaluation and self - exploration. Enable youth to acquire such knowledge, skills and techniques which will help them in their personal and social growth as well as foster in them a sensitivity towards problems in the community. Promote national integration and international understanding by developing youth leadership and providing a forum for youth from diverse background. Promote regional co-operation and exchange between people of various countries. Promote research in youth work.

LEGAL

  • Your organisation is registered as
    Public Charitable Trust
    Permanent account number (PAN)
    AAAAH7396F
    Registration number / CIN & registration date
    1644 - 04-02-2002
    12A registration number & registration date
    N/A
    80G registration number & registration date
    N/A
    FCRA registration number & registration date
    N/A
    35AC registration number & registration date
    N/A

FINANCIAL

  • 1 - Financial year 2015-2016
    Annual budget
    ₹0
    Total income
    ₹0
    Total expenditure
    ₹0
    Average monthly expenditure
    ₹0
    Total fixed assets
    ₹0
    Long term loan
    ₹0
    Total funding gap
    ₹0

OPERATIONAL

  • Number of full time employees
    24
    Number of part time employees
    10
    Number of consultants
    8
    Number of volunteers / interns
    9
    Which operational area do you require additional help with?
    Business Development, Finance, Human Resources

GOVERNANCE

  • Number of board members
    12
    Number of meetings done
    6
    Governance photos
    Governance documents

PROJECT

  • 1 - Project Integrated Community Development Programme
    Who are your major funders?
    N/A
    Name your funders
    Unknown
    Project start date
    04-01-2012
    Project end/expected close date
    31-12-2020
    Project Sector
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    Location
    Delhi
    City(ies)
    New Delhi
    Area/Town name
    N/A
    Budget
    ₹0
    External funding received
    ₹0
    Number of beneficiaries
    0
    Project type
    Non-Government
    Project photos
    Project documents
    Project description

    The objective of Vishwa Yuvak Kendra’s Integrated Community Development Programme (ICDP) is the social, economic and educational development of the Vivekananda Camp residents, situated at a distance of approximately two kilometres fromVYK. The slum cluster, which has been “adopted” by VYK, has approximately 500 households, with most of dwellers being daily wage workers who have migrated to Delhi from Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. Through its ICDprogramme, VYK is committed to eradicate all forms of injustice and discrimination against the downtrodden in general, and the women and children in particular.

     

    VYK’s Integrated Community Development Programme (ICDP) implemented various educational, health, sanitation and awareness programs at Vivekananda Camp and Shankar Camp, which is reaching to maximum number of beneficiaries