Developing the Culture of Humanity and Peace


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About Youth Peace Foundation

Youth Peace Foundation (YPF) campaign is a commitment towards building a culture of humanity and peace. In the rapidly changing life where studying, work, and technology are constantly challenging them, young people have little time to consider their own peace and well-being.
We are invoking thoughts and developing the culture of peace amongst youth through various activities, training, and workshops. Trying to help individuals achieve peace in their lives.

YPF Activities

YPF has received citation from Government of Rajasthan

On the occasion of republic day 2019, Youth Peace Foundation has received citation ( appreciation certificate & momento) from Govt. of Rajasthan for doing exemplary work & contribution in the field of Health & hygiene (Swachchh Bharat Mission) at Bandikui,...

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Youth Peace Foundation celebrated National Youth Day

Youth Peace Foundation celebrated National Youth Day on 10th and 11th January among the people of Bandikuyi in Dausa, Rajasthan. We organized a Health and Hygiene Awareness Drive along with Panchayat Samiti and Students from various Schools. The SDM (Ms. Pinki Meena)...

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YPF has organised an event in IIE  jalandhar

Humanity and peace are the essentials to live happy life on this earth and Youth Peace Foundation is dedicated towards  creating awareness in  people about these. This time Youth Peace Foundation has organised an event in IIE  jalandhar. It was our second event there....

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Peace is in the air

Youth peace foundation organized an event at  94.3 MY FM studio. It was a great stress buster session. Team organized various activities like video on peace and games on Peace & team work. Everyone enjoyed the event and  programming head of...

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International Peace Day 2018 – Youth Peace Foundation

Youth Peace Foundation celebrated International Peace Day at Nagpur and organised a Cleanliness drive. Students and faculty of Kalyaneshwar high School (Somwari Quarter), Late Bhausaheb Survey High School (Chota Tajbagh) and Shanti Niketan Hindu Vidya...

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Appreciation Letters