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Human Milk Bank at Niloufer Hospital

Dhaatri Mother’s Milk Bank: Initial Report A critical study by YFS team, spearheaded by Dr Santhosh Kumar, Public Health Specialist and others including Dr Srinivas Goud and Dr Bhamidipati Satyanarayana revealed the following: Telangana has one of the highest incidence of neonatal deaths and infant deaths in South India Hospital Mortality Rates at Tertiary care […]

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Sphoorti 2016

Youth for Seva celebrated the second edition of SPHOORTI 2016 in partnership with Sakshama Foundation (A national level organization working towards the all-round development of children with special abilities). Around 177 differently-abled children from 19 NGOs participated in 13 cultural events in 5 different categories. The children showcased their talent in various contests such as pick and speak, […]

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Volunteering with Visually Impaired @ Mitra Jyothi

Mitra Jyothi is working towards assisting visually impaired individuals and enabling them to lead independent, dignified lives through education. A clutch of 20 Wells Fargo volunteers took part in giving voice tests for audio recording and scanning documents which in-turn will be helpful for visually impaired individuals for their education.

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Visit by Orphanage Kids to Dell Office

A century of 100 kids visited Dell office as part of their CSR activity. The kids were from NELE centers and Surabhi Trust. It was an exposure of corporate office for government school children to look forward to their future dreams.

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Newspaper collection drive @ NASDAQ

3R’s Reuse, Reduce and Recycle are the basic principles on which a natural society runs. Usage of old newspapers for some purpose would be a great deed but before its makeover, we need its collection. A newspaper collection drive was put up at NASDAQ office to support Sandhya Kirana an organization working towards enabling the senior citizens by providing […]

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Paper Bag making @ Seva In Action

Youth for Seva ingrained the project of paper bag making coupled with Morgan Stanley an esteemed global financial services firm at a welfare society Seva In Action. Seva in Action whose main motive is to replete the lacuna between the wants and opportunities for specially abled persons specifically for the bucolic Karnataka and also it wanted to endow the […]

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Sanitation project @ Govt Schools in Sira, Tumkur

Sanitation is one of the issues coming out from the entangled societal issues. Dell took up this project and adopted 10 government schools at Sira, Tumkur. In July a big figure of 120 Dell volunteers gathered at Sira to lay the foundation for this project. Tree plantation and distribution of stationery kits to the children was all done at the site educating environment. It was […]

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School Kit Drive (SKD) 2016 – Bengaluru

Parents of many are severely impoverished and have diurnal struggle to make ends meet. They are not able to render their kids with basic facilities so educating luxuries is a far cry. As a humble attempt to change this situation, YFS started the “School Kit Sponsorship“ program. With the help of contributions from donors, we provide children […]

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ORACLE-Hyd employees conduct “Adolescent girl health awareness” drive

In a country like India, with an ever-proliferating population, about half of the count constitutes to the female fraternity. The current statistics depict that approximately 105 million of them are adolescent girls. But to the nation’s disgrace one out of every six of them does not live to see her 15th birthday, due to malnourishment […]

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Enriching Earth – one pond at a time – Environment Initiative

Karnataka, being predominantly an agrarian state, cultivation and sustenance of water, coupled with unpredictable monsoons, is a very important issue. Often, even the meagre water from the rains just drains away. But if the rainwater is stored properly, the ground water table will be recharged and crops can get adequate water in critical conditions. KPIT, […]

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