Operation Sadbhavana by the Indian Army is a special initiative for the constructive engagement of
the youth of Kashmir to dissuade them from the vicious circle of drugs, stone pelting, and anti-
national activities. This is being achieved through Education, Skill Development, Health Care, and
Sporting Events, at Chinar 9Jawan Club and Drug De-Addiction Centre (DDCB), in Baramulla Kashmir.
REACHA is the implementing partner to achieve the above outcomes at Chinar 9Jawan Club through
courses like Hospitality & Retail, Fashion Designing and Art & Culture programs and Drug De-
Addiction Center, Baramulla.
Kashmir has a severe problem of drug menace which is compounded by militancy. The success achieved by the effort of the Indian Army has shown the possibilities of curbing this menace. Lack of infrastructure and norms of the existing society are hindrances which need to be addressed at all levels. DDC at Baramulla is a noble initiative which has assisted in bridging the gap between the populace and the Army and assist in bringing normalcy to the strife-torn region.
REACHA in partnership with ONGC and with Indian Army's support started the Drug De-Addiction center in 2019. From 2019 until present (March 2023), REACHA has empowered 4400 youth through seminars, workshops, meetings, and counselling for rehabilitation.
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