20 Years Old
Train 4 Change
After the lockdown, LP4Y started a new project : give trainings to community. The Life Project Center Sangam Vihar became a Training Development Center (TDC). Every Wednesday and Friday afternoon, from 2:30pm to 4:30pm, the 2 teams of 17 Youths are sharing education, knowledge and skills by giving English and Computer trainings : from 2:30pm to 3:30pm Youths are giving English Training, from 3:30pm to 4:15pm, computer training, and from 4:15pm to 4:30 pm : tea, cookies and namkeen. Later, we will answer to the community needs by adding new trainings like Hindi, Matha, General knowledge… One day training is fifty rupees; full month training two hundred (8 trainings in total).
The target of the TDC is 18+ adults, 50% reserved for women. All over the world, many international businesses conduct meetings in English, Universities courses are in English, media, internet, scientific papers are available in English, and around the world tourists and travellers use English as a common language. It is a global language, that can help you to get a job, meet new people, acquire some knowledge, gives you access to multiple cultures.
Know how to use computer is important for work, education, and everyday life. It has become a standard in the world. Computer help the students to learn about the world and know what is happening in it. It helps them to reach excellent jobs in the future and succeed in it.
But who is part of this ecosystem ?
My name is Salomé, I'm 25years old, I did a master degree in Crisis Management in France and I'm now a coach in LP4Y Sangam Vihar, Delhi.
My hobbies are reading and discovering India because the culture is very different,
What I prefer in India is the beauty we can find in each and every moment and the kindness of people.
My name is Juliette Fazekas, I’m 26 years old, and i work as a Project Manager - Voices of the Youth at LP4Y. I worked for 2 years as a support on the global coordination of LP4Y, while I was also the Project Manager in charge of the recruitment of new volunteers.
Now, I am starting a new mission as a project manager on the new project called Voices of the Youth - which is a mission around advocacy on Youth inclusion.
I was born in the United States of America, and I moved to France with my family when I was 6 years old, I started to work when I turned 18, right after high school, in fashion, then art, and now in Social Development.
My name is Clémence Laulan, I'm 29 years old and I am French. I lived in France until I was 24 years old and then I lived in Spain for 4 years. I arrived for the first time in India, Delhi - Sangam Vihar Center in February 2020. I work as Project Leader MEI (Micro Economic Initiatives) for the South Asia zone (meaning: India, Nepal and Myanmar countries). My mission is to help developing the MEI of each LP4Y center.
My name is Laetitia Hra, I’m 27 years old, I am working as Country Coordinator - Philippines for LP4Y. I grew up in Morocco until 18 years old. Then I went to France where I started to study Human Resources.
Before LP4Y, I was working in a business school as a project leader partnerships, in order to develop integration opportunities for the students. After 8 months of working in this school, I decided to change my way of life and to do something that has more sense for me. So, I applied for LP4Y and I started my mission as a Project Leader Partnerships for the South Asia zone, based in Delhi - India from August 2019 to September 2020.
This mission consisted of developing partnerships with companies, NGO's and Institutions in India, Nepal, Myanmar, and Bangladesh in order to advocate for Youth inclusion and develop integration opportunities for the Youth. Also, one of my main mission was to accompany the coach to develop their partnerships in their cities
and help them to follow the LP4Y partnership strategy.
After 1 year, I started in October 2020, a new mission in LP4Y as a Country Coordinator for the Philippines. This mission is really interesting as I have very different subjects every day regarding the Youth, the Stars, the Catalysts...I can not tell you what is a typical day as a Country Coordinator as every day is different, because the situation of each catalyst and youth are different.
However, I can try to describe it in 2 different aspects: one is the support of the Catalysts in the field, by trying to find solutions with them, working together to develop the different projects in The Philippines; another is the coordination of the different projects that we have during the year and accompany the team to realize these projects.
2. The Youth
My name is Abdul Karim, I am 19 years old, I’m studying in 11th class, and there are 6 members in my family. My father Md Kalam works in a factory and my mother Zakeena Khatoon is housewife.
I am in Autonomy step and after LP4Y, I want to join the army before becoming Editor in the future.
My name is Poonam Kumari, I live in Sangam vihar, I am 12th pass out and there are 11 members in my family. I
love listening to music and cooking. I am now in Management step and after LP4Y, I want to become receptionist.
My name is Vandana, I live in sangam vihar new delhi, I am 12th pass out and there are 5 members in my family. I am now in autonomy step and after LP4Y, i want to become lawyer assistant and then lawyer.
My best quality is my good behavior and honesty.
Gulshana & Ashiyana Saifi