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As thousands of young people become part of the social sector fellowships, most of them come in with idealism to create change and incur huge opportunity costs of leaving corporate career; there is a growing observance of mental health issues and inner imbalance in this population segment. This leads to deep consequences not only on their personal well-being but also in the social impact they create by wounding their ability to bring values to their work.

For the social sector in India, to sustain committed people to work on complex issues over a long term it is important for it to invest in their emotional-inner well-being. And live the ideal of service to society bringing more happiness on those serving and those served

Since there is no research data on understanding the mental health crisis in the social sector in general and fellowships in particular, Youth Alliance in partnership with Dalberg Advisors, The Slow School and Kavyta is undertaking the research study.

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