Youth constitute nearly 40% of India’s population. It is therefore, necessary not only to make this vibrant and strong resource of the country beneficiaries of, but also valuable partners in the process of our planning and development.
Every year India has to face many natural disaster like droughts, cyclones, floods and earthquakes. Poor people, especially women and children, are more vulnerable to these disasters.
Women are truly invisible to the public health system in the country. Few women have come in any contact with a health worker.
Women play a vary important role in Indian politics. Our President and Lok Sabha speaker is also women. Besides many big leader are women.
India’s Eleventh Five Years Plan (EFYP) is the first plan that takes note of climate change in an independent vein.
CCBOS, AHF Foundation (US) and Freedom Foundation, Indian Peoples Alliance for Combating HIV /AIDS start a programme for HIV/ AIDS.