Atmanirbhar Bharat is the PM’s vision of making India a self-reliant nation. This mission is not restricted to the 5 key pillars Economy, Infrastructure, Technology-driven system, Vibrant demography and Demand. What also plays a major role here is the growth of an individual. The progress of the youth especially those who are underserved but nevertheless aspire to achieve their dreams is what will drive India to its true potential.
Today, NGOs are not just limited to environmental, social, advocacy and human rights advocacy. They also work to promote social change on a broad scale. They play a critical part in developing society, improving communities, and promoting citizen participation. When it comes to making India Atmanirbhar, various NGOs are providing helping hands to the self-reliance mission as they empower underprivileged sections of society, provide free education to children, support government schools enabling students to acquire leadership, communication, collaboration, and other vital life skills, create opportunities that enable their holistic development.
Youth is the future of the country and these NGOs are working to mould them into tomorrow’s leaders. Here are few NGOs working towards making India’s youth self-reliant:
The organization provides youngsters with a platform to serve society, and bridges the gap between the educated and the uneducated. They drive social change by fostering an environment where young adults and children learn, lead and thrive they help build a more influential, equal and socially conscious society.
Miracle Foundation India
This is an international non-profit that supports vulnerable children to have a better quality of life. Miracle Foundation India aims to empower orphaned and vulnerable children to reach their full potential and has supported many children in their skill development thus boosting their confidence, where they become a voice for millions of other children who are living through the very same experience.
Udaan India Foundation
This organization works with children from low-income communities in the field of education. Their primary aim is to ensure that every child of school-going age is gaining a strong and holistic educational foundation to become a responsible, compassionate and confident citizen of tomorrow. Through their work, they strive towards enhanced youth self-reliance through academic performance, decrease in drop-out rate, increased enrolment in higher education, enhanced employability skills, meaningful employment, self-sufficiency and responsible citizenry.