Global Voices Online: India: Bridging the information gap on sexuality

This information gap Ishita Chaudhry has been trying to fill since she began The YP Foundation in 2002, when she was just 17. Also known as the YP Foundation, the internally-acclaimed group designs and implements community-based youth projects, providing funds for people between the ages of 13 through 28 years to create projects working within socio-cultural, economic, legal and environmental issues. Some of the projects include voter ID registration drives, peer programs for street children and publishing an youth-oriented magazine.

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