Recently Kerala has witnessed one of the biggest natural calamity in it's entire history. More than 80% of the state was heavily flooded and took lives of several hundreds of people. At this critical moment AYUDH volunteers put their life at stake and participated in the rescue missions all over the state.
AYUDH India organized two national level training summits at Amritapuri from 24-31 December 2017- Leaders Training Summit (24-27 December) for youngsters aged 15 to 30 years, followed by Mentors Training Summit (28-31 December) for adults aged 30 to 50 years.
AYUDH (Awaken Youth; Unite for Dharma) to observe World Car Free Day on September 23, 2017. Car Free Day is a worldwide event that encourages greener methods of travel to encourage people to use alternative modes of transport. The objective of the day is to promote the use of public transportation, car sharing and emission–free vehicles as an effort to address the crisis of environmental pollution.
The International Youth Day (2017)’s theme, YOUTH BUILDING PEACE was successfully celebrated by Ayudhians in different chapters in India. This was the first follow up activity of AYUDH Pre-National Camp Youth Meets of Phase1.
On the occasion of International Mother Earth Day AYUDH Pune chapter planted trees of native species.
AYUDH Pune celebrated this year’s World Environment Day at the Mata Amritanandamayi Math in Nigdi by propagating the message of a cleaner and greener environment. The day also marked the anniversary of AYUDH Pune’s flagship campaign ‘Haritamritam’ – A Green initiative launched on June 5, 2016.
On the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Pune Brahmastanam Temple, AYUDH Team distributed Food among the impoverished people on the Street.
The National Pre-Camp Youth Meets were successfully conducted in Goa, Kolkata, Delhi and Dehradun. The highlights of the program were exciting games, workshops, corporate theatre, discussions and activity planning.The participants opined that the Youth Meets were a powerful learning experience presented in an entertaining and engaging manner. It helped the youth discover their hidden potentials and put them to use for serving society.
The 10 best videos of the “4Minutes4India” contest” are shortlisted. With more than a 100 entries, most of which displayed quality and elegance, it took different levels of scrutiny for the judging panels to decide upon the final ten. We express our sincere thanks to all those who put in their time and effort to present their ideas for this contest.