Migration has been an ever increasing phenomenon in the rural areas of South Rajasthan. Largely men migrate to adjoining states every year, leaving their families behind in search of a better livelihood. Migration of these young men has been leading to economic disparity, exploitation of the young men at destination, exploitation and hard life of families left behind, and several other health related risks like HIV/AIDS, occupational health hazards etc. Further most of the migrant labor do not possess any identity proof and are not organized which leads to inaccessibility to government entitlements, issues of safety, security and vulnerability. Jatan has been intervening at the grassroots level in the districts of Rajsamand and Bhilwada.
In order to address the issues of adolescents (10-19 years) during their vital growth and development years marked with rapid physical, psychological and physiological changes teen clubs intervention was initiated by the UNFPA and Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports in India. The program was implemented by Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan in Udaipur and Jhalawar districts. In 2014 Jatan was selected to provide technical and on field support to NYKS to revitalize and reenergize the teen clubs.