About Indian Institute of Youth Welfare  
The Indian Institute of Youth Welfare, Nagpur, is a development organisation which started its journey in the field of development in 1973, considering ‘Youth’ as a center point for development. In 38 years the Institute created history in the field of development, setting an example for NGOs and CBOs in the country. The institute is a regional organisation having its intervention areas in Nagpur, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Yavatmal and Akola districts in Maharashtra. The institute believes that young people, their benefactors, and others engaged in the process of social change and development, play a crucial role in shaping society and therefore the institute runs several need based projects, programmes and training courses. The Institute strives to reach out to the underprivileged section of society, with special focus on skills development and capacity building for youth, women and children.  
To build a just and equitable society by enabling, empowering, and strengthening people at the grassroots level in order for everyone to live with dignity and security.  
To enhance the capacities of people by generating maximum opportunities for women, youth, children and the wider society, in order to enable their active participation in the process of social transformation.  
Organising capacity building programmes for the youth, women, children, and the needy to boost up leadership and development skills.
Undertaking variety of community development programmes including Education, Nutrition, Health, Water, Sanitation, Environment and Agriculture furthering rural, tribal and urban development.
Establishing a network with various government and non-government organisations to disseminate knowledge and to utilise local resources for human development.

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