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1st report on summer camp – Malleshawarm

A Report on the Summer Camp conducted in Malleswaram Zone (April 2010) http://picasaweb.google.co.in/yfsphoto/YFSSummerCamp2010MalleshwaramZone Starting first week of April, a Summer Camp was conducted in Malleswaram for children from three schools in the zone. The camp duration was 8 days, starting on 3rd April, and continuing till the 10th. SCHOOLS INVOLVED: The Summer Camp was attended […]

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YFS Hyderabad – School Kit Drive 2010

Background: Youth For Seva volunteers had visited few financially limited schools, where the students lack the infrastructure to study. As per the survey conducted, most of the students can’t afford the basic things needed for their education. The reasons were many; parents being away from the children, absence of caretakers for the children, single parents […]

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Living a Green Lifestyle: A training session by the Green Commandos

Venue: R.V.Teachers College, 2nd Block, Jayanagar, Near Ashoka Pillar Time: 9.30am to 1pm Date:  16th May 2010 The Green Commandos project of Youth for Seva is conducting a training session on “Living a Green Lifestyle”. We will be covering the following: •   The four R’s of switching over to a Green Lifestyle: Respect, Reduce, and […]

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YFS Hyderabad – Vanayathra to Achampet

Youth for Seva, Hyderabad Volunteers recently had a wonderful trip to Achampet. The report is given below. If you know someone who is in participating in future Youth for Seva activities, please send an email to shobhit.mathur@gmail.com YOUTH FOR SEVA –VANAYATHRA TO ACHAMPET Sunday April 4th, 2010 was memorable for fifteen of us.  We, a […]

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Summer Camps for kids

We are conducting summer camps for children in our YFS projects in the month of April. Some of the activities that we have thought of are listed below: If you have any suggestions regarding the summer camps, or any queries, please contact Soumya at 9880012920. To confirm your participation, please fill in the following form: […]

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Green Commandos is now a project of Youth For Seva

It gives us great pleasure in announcing that Green Commandos (GC) is now a project of Youth For Seva (YFS). A brief about Green Commandos: Green Commandos is an initiative that looks to get volunteers involved in various environment benefiting activities in their own neighbourhoods and work place. The philosophy can be best explained by […]

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Ugadi with patients at Kidwai, Govt home for boys and girls.

March 16th, 2010 On the occasion of Ugadi, volunteers from Youth for Seva gathered near Kidwai Cancer Hospital to celebrate the festival with the patients by distributing sweets and fruits. The volunteers also visited the Center for Women and Children Welfare campus and spent the days with the kids from Balakara Balabhavana, Balakiyara Balabhavana, State […]

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YFS organizes crash course for 10th std students

For the betterment of writing exams, Youth For Seva organized a Crash Course program for SSLC students on 13th and 14th of March 2010. The course was held at Rashtrothana Sharirika Kendra, Jayanagar. English, Social Science, Science and Mathematics were covered as a part of syllabus from experienced teachers. Each subject was handled for a […]

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Updates on Environment Division

-Sandhya These are exciting times for environmental initiatives at Youth For Seva! We have a number of projects lined up that are bound to capture your interest. We look to connect our volunteers to grass root level projects. One such movement is Green Commandos (GC) with its unique 'bottom-to-top' approach towards environment conservation initiated by […]

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YFS volunteers cheer up cancer patients at Kidwai

-Nishchita Cancer may affect people at all ages. Cancer in children can occur suddenly, without early symptoms while having a high rate of cure. When diagnosed early enough and treated appropriately, almost 70% of children afflicted by cancer are curable. Along with the medical treatment, psychosocial support for the child and the family is also […]

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