Involving the Young for Change and Growth
Youth for well-being is a youth driven initiative of Nada India and IOGT International. This community is a part of Pehchaan awareness campaign for well-being. It aims to contribute in achieving the Goal 3 of Sustainable Development. Goal 3 aims at ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages. We gather consensus in the form of partnership with young people, volunteers from both urban & rural areas. Nada trains young people where young people are at. Later they can join as good health reporters & peer counselors and facilitate the change. Well-being brand ambassadors lead the campaigns across the health and non- health sectors.
Indian Youth First: Media Bureau
The Indian Youth First: Media Bureau is a group of adolescent young men and women who listen to, produce, anchor, and broadcast/narrow-cast a radio show to their peers throughout Delhi & neighbouring areas on the National broadcaster All India Radio (FM Rainbow channel). The radio show addresses topics ranging from identity to HIV/AIDS with an emphasis on understanding the Rights of the Child. In addition the Indian Youth First: Media Bureau has co-founded Knowledge Hubs, where on demand or as per requirement, members can source help or information. The Indian Youth First: Media Bureau has also fostered a street theater group that performs awareness raising productions in various communities.
Vocational and Self-Empowerment Groups
Recognizing that employment is a factor of wellbeing, Pehchaan works with adolescents and young women, many of who have little formal education, to empower them with employable skills. Pehchaan also encourages these individuals to explore social and emotional issues that they encounter and provides them with the support and tools they need to effect change in these areas. Pehchaan has also initiated a Attitude Education Training And Research Initiative (PATRI) with these young people to assess the health needs of their community.
Outreach Among Young People
Outreach Among young people living and working in the Mandi village Chattarpur village in South Delhi. Pehchaan provides health education and emotional support through outreach efforts, including peer support. Pehchaan volunteers work as resource persons for the Bal Bhawan Mandi and Schools, Delhi University college ,NSS Units and Neharu Yuvak Kendera, AAA Shaelter homes for homeless population by promoting awareness on a number of topics related to good health but specifically around NCDs prevention,HIV/AIDS issues and substance abuse prevention.