For last six years, while doing our own small scale social efforts, we kept on studying the social-work segment very closely. This small but direct and firsthand experience was quite enough to teach us that most important things needed by our social work fraternity are institutionalization, transparency and fair competition.

We being the ground level of social workers exactly know what it takes to be a social activist. The amount of friction that young social initiators are bound to face is impeccable. In the absence of any guidance or advice, most of their energies are consumed in the basics of developing their social projects. Basics like documentation, planning, strategies and resources. Even sufficient amount of data is not available. The responses of people made things more difficult and shattering. Many other similar things combine together to de-motivate the young strivers so much that they break and give up on their passion and eventually quit.

We have actually seen how noble and passionate souls surrender and quit pursuance of their righteous causes at the hands of such unwanted impediments and troubles.

The truth is, these difficulties are certainly overwhelming for the young, but what is needed is a small amount of direction, support, guidance and motivation to ignite these passionate souls and they’ll overrun and conquer every difficulty that might come in their way. Their energies, once channelized and managed properly, could certainly move mountains.