@ Vikas Sharma | Sr Journalist
New Delhi: With an endeavor to instill a sense of confidence among the youth and in the process shaping up their personalities in a positive way, a three-day residential camp has been organized by the Delhi NCR Chapter AYUDH, which is an international youth movement spread across 40+ countries.
This camp named “NIRMAAN 2019” is focussed on Personality Development of youth using the techniques of theatre and sports. It comprises of adventure sports, talks by eminent personalities, games, indoor and outdoor workshops. The camp will facilitate the youth to enhance their perspective to transform themselves into a self-confident, secure and successful individual.
The camp will be held from June 7th to 9th at Pushp Vihar, Saket, New Delhi-110017 The registration fee for NIRMAAN 2019 Youth Summer Camp is only ₹1750 for school students up to 12th standard. For others, the fee is ₹1950. The camp is open to the age group 15-35 This fee includes a 5-course meal on all days, AC Accommodation, Doctor on call and other facilities.
All participants shall receive a Welcome Kit with select AYUDH merchandise at the commencement of the camp. Participants are also entitled to a Certificate of Participation at the end of the camp
Limited Seats Available. Register now – http://bit.ly/nirmaan2019
AYUDH is an international youth movement active in 40+ countries across 6 continents. It is dedicated to empowering young people to contribute to a peaceful and sustainable world and become compassionate leaders with a sense of tolerance, solidarity and global responsibility. AYUDH means ‘peace’ which is symbolized by the dove in our logo and is powered by the motto ‘Awaken Youth; Unite for Dharma’. At AYUDH, we are driven by the desire to make a difference and be catalysts for positive change. Through self-transformation and service to others, AYUDH encourages young people to work towards the betterment of society.
Founded in 1985, AYUDH now has units across Asia, Europe, North and South America, Africa and Australia. It is open to youth between 15 and 35 years of age of all religions, genders, social and cultural backgrounds. It is active in more than 41 countries worldwide and 23 states in India. In India, there are over 60 Chapters in all 23 states. AYUDH’s initiatives are organized by and for youth across the world and are based on four main pillars viz. Social Service, Personal Development, Sustainable Initiatives, and Intercultural Exchange.
AYUDH INDIA Statistics per year
• 1500 + Youth from 23 states for National Leaders’ Training Summit
• 800+ institutions & 20,000 participants for State Level Youth Meets from 23 states.
• 9352+ Community Outreach Project Hours
• 500,000+ Free Saplings & Seeds to the public
• 13,000+ Families learned Organic Gardening
• 6000+ Trees Planted
• 55,000+ Hours for Disaster Relief
• 5000+ Families in North Indian villages received Winter Clothes
• 20,000+ Hours for Green Initiatives
• 14,000+ volunteers for Cleanliness, Health & Hygiene Drives
• 800+ Yoga/ Meditation Camps conducted.
• 16,000 + Hours for Education & Awareness Programs
• Member of the UN Billion Tree Campaign
• Three hundred AYUDH members participated in the European Parliament’s 10th Anniversary Celebrations in France.
• Members participate in the First Forum on Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law in Geneva, Switzerland
• AYUDH present at UN Youth Forum on the 60th Commission on the Status of Women in New York City
• Youth meets in 23 states of India with participants from over 800 institutions.
• Large-scale participation in Amala Bharatam (Clean India) Campaign aimed at cleaning India’s public places and national highways all over India.
• Annual leaders training summit with over 1200 participants from 23 states across India
• Vishu Thaineettam – thousands of organic saplings distributed free in every district of Kerala
• Haritamritam – Organic terrace gardening workshops for 6000 families in a year in Maharashtra
• ‘Four minutes for India’ – a nation-wide video contest of ideas to transform India as part of National Youth Day
• Fundraising and volunteering in disaster relief all over the world
• ASWAS – a winter cloth collection drive bringing solace to the needy in 35 Indian villages of Northern India
• Ongoing community outreach projects in the areas of education, food, and nature conservation in India and all over the world.