• "Empowerment of women is one of the core objectives of our interventions" ..Read More

  • "We enabled over 60000 farmers to access irrigation through community managed irrigation schemes" ..Read More

  • "Food security, income enhancement and sustainability are main objectives of our agriculture interventions reaching over 100000 farmers" ..Read More

  • "Community managed drinking water schemes promoted by us focus on both quality and access aspects of drinking water" ..Read More

  • "Our activities around solar energy have scaled in recent years" ..Read More

  • "Early childhood development is critical to make children ready for formal education and ensuring adequate nutrition at young age" ..Read More

  • "Our livestock development programme for poorest households includes dairy, goat rearing and poultry" ..Read More

  • "Our education programme focuses on increasing learning levels of children in primary grades" ..Read More

  • "Our rural governance interventions focus on participation of citizens in local governance and strengthening of Gram Panchayats" ..Read More

  • "Women SHGs promoted by us are largely engaged in savings, credit services, livelihoods activities and participation in local governance ..Read More

  • "Youths are empowered through improved vocational skills for job placements in addition to support for self-employment through enterprise development" ..Read More












80% +

Households from Marginalised Communities

65% +

Women participants


Community-based groups

Our Focus Areas


Stakeholder's Voices

  • ""My entire household is really thankful to the Yuva Junction for giving me such opportunity to survive in the world. Yuva Junction has given me courage and confidence to overcome the battles in life"

    Bharti Vasava - student

  • "The cases we resolve act as moral support to other victims of violence. Our clients persuade other women and give them the courage to stand up against the tyranny of a male-dominated society. Isn't this a form of empowerment - to speak up against what is wrong?"

    Hiraben Parmar - para-legal worker from Maliya Mahila Manch

  • "In India, the Aga Khan Rural Support Programme has worked with 20,000 farmers to help them reduce agriculture costs. The program trained farmers to prepare and use organic fertilizers, and to professionally market them for additional income. Fifty female farmers have been trained as micro-entrepreneurs, and they are producing and selling organic fertilizers's and making a profit"

    Dr. Kim Jim - President, The World Bank