- Training sessions for the coaches, providing them employment skills and training on empowered female leadership. As most Yuwa coaches are paid, the girls can use their salaries to pay their school fees and avoid child marriage
Weekly life skills workshops on a range of topics including financial literacy, child marriage, female health and nutrition
Full time English language school, with eight qualified teachers twice-weekly family outreach to parents
A low-cost medical programm
Best in class safeguarding and governance principles, a clear methodology and social impact
Yuwa, which means "youth" in Hindi, works with girls from underprivileged families in rural Jharkhand, India, where girls are at high risk of child marriage and human trafficking. The programme uses team sports and education to build character, confidence, and courage, giving young girls the drive to compete, achieve goals, and create bright futures for themselves.