SAMAJIK YUVA SANGTHAN SANSTHAN
All of our programmes are delivered through our youth-led peer-to-peer education model which enables the transfer of knowledge and skills to high numbers of young people working through youth groups, as well as schools and other training institutions. Peer educators are based in target communities, where they are able to provide intensive support to youth. Peer educators play a brokering role, linking youth groups to local service providers, government, the business community and civil society organisations.
The model enables us to reach young people in the most remote area. In addition to engaging and connecting youth, peer educators work closely with government, business leaders and service providers to support them to better reach young people. This increased capacity amongst local stakeholders, as well as the group structures and fosters local networks . Therefore a relatively short but intense period of investment through the peer education model can achieve long term impact
SYSS has a unique understanding of the challenges facing young people and how to best mobilise, engage and motivate youth to lead change in their communities. The peer educator model can be used to engage and inform young people from a range of backgrounds and is particularly effective in linking youth in remote rural contexts to services.
We also work with a range of institutions and service-providers to promote effective youth engagement strategies. This includes Health workers, Government officials, Teachers, Community liaison officers, and representatives. SYSS also achieves results through efforts to influence the policy debates shaping young people's lives. Our focus is ensuring better policy, programming and resource allocations, respond to youth concerns by bringing together youth and policy makers for dialogue and joint decision-making.
|Life Skill Education|
|Youth Leadership, Development & Capacity Building Program|
|Personality Development Program|
|IT Education & Skill Development Program|
|Career Counseling Program|
|Educational Development Program|
|Blood Donation Camps|
|HIV/ AIDS Awareness Program|
|Health Awareness Program|
|Women & Child Development Program|
|Road Safety Program|
|Water Conservation & Sanitation Program|
|Environment Preservation and Development Program|
|Social Audit, MGNAREGA, Swach Bharat Mission|
|Yoga & Naturopathy program|
|SVEEP - Election Awareness Program|
LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION FOR ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 2018 -2020 JAIPUR : Bassi & Sanganer Block
SYSS and BOSCH CSR implemented a Life skill Education for Adolescents Development (LEAD)
project for 5500 students of 27 Government schools of 10 Gram Panchayats in Bassi & Sanganer Blocks of Jaipur District.
Under the program, schools were allotted to a team of experts who identified set of activities for the children. These activities were identified on the basis of available resources and aligning them with the school practices and academic curriculum. The activities focused on building exercises, group games, interactive sessions and beyond class room approaches. They were executed in a manner so as to develop a feeling of ‘being contributor’ in every child. Competitions were also organized at School, Panchayat, Block & District Level for creating competitive environment and for analysing the effect of life skills education. Talent development activities, Summer Camps and Skill Enhancing program were also conducted to identify student’s inner skills and their further enhancement.
LIFE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT THROUGH SPORTS AMONG YOUTH 2018 -2020 JAIPUR : Bassi & Sanganer Block
Today India is looking at making sports as an integral part of education system and not just an
extracurricular activity. ...
This requires for multiple interventions at various level because making sports relevant in education system requires attitudinal transformation and change in mind-set of each one.
BOSCH had taken up this challenge of utilizing sports as a tool to bring this change. SYSS took the implementation program of Khel Khiladi under which schools were taken as the first ground of activity. In the first phase of plan it requires to set the ground for creating a value chain
of various activities which are beneficial for all the stakeholders. In this a survey of schools was done followed by meeting with Principals and PE teachers and securing permissions. A detailed session plan was made after identifying and selecting the students and the sports. For effective execution committees were formed and students were mentored, counselled and coached for further competitions.The implementation involves awareness by imparting life skills to inculcate team effort and sportsmanship. This entailed team building exercises, group games, interactive sessions beyond class room approaches.
LIVELIHOOD IMPROVEMENT FOR POOREST OF THE POOR 2019 - 2020 JAIPUR : Bassi & Sanganer
Building livelihoods and assets for the Poorest of the Poor (PoP) has always been a challenging
task for the development practitioners across geographical boundaries.
In India, the challenge is even bigger because of lack of economic opportunities.
BOSCH CSR implemented a Targeted Program for Poorest of the Poor (PoP) project in different villages of Bassi & Sanganer Blocks of Jaipur District with the objective of making a difference in the life of often neglected section of the society. On ground implementation of the program was done by Samajik Yuva Sangthan Sansthan (SYSS).
Support was extended to the a total of 102 identified families on the basis of immediate need and requirements identified during a baseline survey of the area.