RARDUJA Youth Empowerment Scheme has a solid foundation of theory, at both process and outcomes levels. The process – or empowering level – provides opportunities for youth to develop skills and become problem solvers and decision makers. The outcomes – or the empowered level – refers to the result of the empowerment process, including the consequences of attempts to gain control in the community and the effects of interventions designed to empower participants.
RARDUJA theory of youth empowerment can be broken down even further into three components: individual
empowerment, organizational empowerment, and community empowerment.
Individual Empowerment: youth or adults developing skills to exert control and improve competence,
as well as developing critical awareness to effectively collaborate for the betterment of organizations and
Organizational Empowerment: entities that provide, and benefit from, the opportunity for youth or
adults to acquire the skills needed to gain control over their lives, provide alternatives to service provision, as well as entities that develop and influence policy decisions.
Community Empowerment: efforts to improve the community, respond to threats to quality of life, and
provide for citizen participation at the local, state, and national level.
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