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Youth Outreach:
•    269 sensitized young citizens.
•    Foundation of two Right to Information Clubs in Ranchi and Jamshedpur.
•    Good support and enthusiasm for LYF activities among the student community in many colleges namely Maharaja Agrasen College, Delhi; Karim City College, Jamshedpur; Women’s College, Jamshedpur; St. Xavier’s College, Ranchi; and  Marwri College, Ranchi. LYF will be strengthening these networks in 2009.

Session Design and Delivery:
•    Despite diversity in themes and resource persons, all partner organisations, with suggestions and feedback from LYF core group, delivered high-quality workshops which were appreciated by the participants and evaluators.

Mutual Benefit to Partners:
•    For many of our partners like Pratigya, the LYF workshops and seminars provided an opportunity to talk about youth related issues and liberal solutions.
•    Six participants committed to volunteer for six-eight hours per week with Pratigya.

Follow–up:
•    97% of the participants were keen for another round of similar kind of seminar.
•    These participants will be offered a chance to apply for formal membership in LYF and also the Campus Pulse Project in 2009.

Media Coverage:
•    5 articles on the programs were published in English and Hindi newspapers.   Downloads
•    Pratigya was invited by 2 radio channels for speak on Right to Information and roles of youth in bringing about change.