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WYC through its campaigns & programs aim at taking action towards
UN SDG Goal 1: No Poverty & Goal 4: Quality Education with Teach Your Talent Program and Goal 3: Good Health& Well Being & Goal 5: Gender Equality with SRHR Matters Program. 


Young people are a source of great potential, but also face unique challenges in realizing their Sexual and Reproductive Helath and Rights (SRHR). With India having the highest youth population in the world today yet their voices and concerns relating to sexual and reproductive health often being overlooked or purposefully neglected.

WYC is taking action for their reproductive health now as the first step to a better future. Improving sexual health of young people and girls, including comprehensive sexuality education (CSE); challenging stigma and discrimination, attitudes and laws that undermine human rights, including on grounds of gender, pre marital sex; Increasing access to information, care and services for poor, vulnerable and marginalised people; etc.


Every child deserves proper education and should have access to curricular and extra-curricular learnings. Teach Your Talent exposes underprivileged and rural children to new skills and activities that open gates of new dreams and hopes for them.

WYC is taking action by giving the children an opportunity to identify their talent, helping them nurture it which can lead to new hobbies, career aspects, etc. for the children. Studies have shown that encouraging youth participation in sports and other extracurricular activities fosters better relationships with peers and better performance in school. So, for kids that have nothing to go home to, this can be crucial in giving them a sense of purpose.

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WYC is a leading not-for-profit organization working towards empowering youth development and action. WYC trusts that effervescent, empowered and earnest young people possess the power to change the world if they are supplemented with guided call to actions. The organization works with young aged individuals (12-30) to ensure their self development through workshops, trainings, exploration and activity based unique sessions across the country.