Being Citizen of India we saw Nirbhaya, Asifa many more unnoticed incidents where our innocent sisters were being victimized. We were devastated and felt bad about how cruel men being so rude to innocent girls. Some people expressed their pain on social media, some did even better they came out and participated in candle rallies. But we wanted to express our pain by bringing some fundamental change in society. That is by our mission.
Mission: To provide self-defense training to 600 girls in 2019 and bring awareness in the society.
Yodha as a movement:
It is oblivious that we can’t stop atrocities on women by simply training them self-defense. To address the problem at a fundamental level, a change in men’s perspective is needed. That’s when Yodha transformed into a movement.
1. A movement to bring awareness in colleges and schools Using short films, videos, presentations.
2. Forming committees at the college-level, using websites and social media to pass our message loud and clear.
3. Teaching the importance of yoga and meditation to channelize their energies in a proper way.
Who started this?
This is an initiative by Joy of sharing society. We are a group of professionals, students, and others interested in collective and collaborative work. Our wish is to shoulder children with warmth and invest our time and effort in creating a platform for the orphans, poor and needy. Our goal is towards the continuous development of the kids and makes them “Jack of All Trades.”
The funds raised towards this campaign will be utilized to pay the salary of the coaching staff and to conduct activities in the poorest of areas.