"The National Youth Project is an initiative put forward by the partnership between the ELCIC [Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada] Program Committee for Youth Ministry and PWRDF's justgeneration.ca program. The NYP that was launched at the 2012 CLAY [Canadian Lutheran and Anglican Youth] event is titled 'Right to Water'. It is an education, solidarity and fundraising project to support water issues in Indigenous Communities across Canada". "The first phase of the project is designed to help youth groups and youth leaders understand the struggle to access clean water on many of Canada's reserves. Through a series of Bible studies and a variety of hands-on activities, youth will learn the importance of water to our everyday lives and the injustices that are going on within our own borders". "The second phase of the National Youth Project will look towards fundraising plans that will allow youth groups and churches to help with the ongoing financial issues and creating practical solutions for clean and accessible water".