Our programs support young people from poor and marginalized communities with a supportive framework through which they can build their confidence and acquire knowledge and skills. Weekly meetings focus on group bonds, rights and duties of young people, environmental awareness, health and hygiene (with a focus on the health of their families and siblings), budget, savings and income generation. In addition, these young people have the opportunity to participate in literacy and arithmetic courses for the less literate.

In all the communities where Sylphi Foundation Nepal works, we encourage young people to take an active role in the public sphere, including in the village council and other bodies of local government, empowering them to become agents. of change in their communities.