Privilege Fellowship

Education is the fundamental right of any individual. However, in Kashmir, education is the worst-hit sector. Education of girls has been badly affected. Violence compels many girls to forego education, marry early, and do domestic chores. According to the 2011 Census, female literacy in Jammu and Kashmir was 56.43% while male literacy was 76.75%. Thus there is a huge difference that needs to be redressed by providing education to women. We partnered with Lex foundation and implemented Privilege fellowship program in Kashmir. The program is helping girl students from humble backgrounds to continue their education and pursue their dream. Fellowship is aimed at uplifting the girls from humble backgrounds by empowering them with higher education and skills required to achieve their goals. Privilege Fellowship supports the underprivileged girls with funds for their higher education, personality development trainings and focused mentorship by professional with industrial experience for chosen carrier options.

Learning and sharing workshops

3 days learning sharing workshop was organised to provide a platform for youth to share knowledge, lessons learnt and good practices. 40 youth from district Baramulla and Bandipora attended the workshop 

Show your Talent

Talent Hunt Show

Show your Talent

2 talent hunt shows were organised in district Bandipora in which more than 100 candidates participated. Aim was to provide them platform to showcase their talent and to appreciate them.

Youth Meetings Theme:Tackling Poverty Together, employment solutions)

Youth meetings on themes tackling poverty together and unemployment solutions In 3 villages. It enabled participants to share ideas and find solutions to tackle poverty. Orientation was given on opportunities and schemes available in various semi-government and government departments. It was an attempt to help underprivileged youth to gain employment in various sectors.

Drug deaddiction Program

With aim to aware the society
especially youth about the
disadvantages and harmful effects of
drug abuse Sky Trust organised a day
long awareness event in Degree
College Sumbal Bandipora. College
Students, staff participated in the

Street Art Competition

Street art competition in which 20 candidates participated. Most of the candidates painted a school wall on different themes like save water save life, respect female, make love not war etc.

Exposure cum personality development program

Exposure visit to Tangmarg Gulmarg area for 35 young boys and girls of district Baramulla and bandipora to provide them an opportunity to observe and learn from the experience of others outside your own community. A training session on personality development was also conducted with the same group.