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Thursday, June 27 • 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Reaching new geographies- new ways of network expansion

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What practical plug-ins are needed to bring your work swiftly to new areas and institutions? For some, this means rooting a program locally and open sourcing processes for replication. For others, it means building a network of micro-entrepreneurs or piggy backing into existing local networks. In this session, Fellows will share their experiences in creating local demand, equipping teams and partners with an understanding of their role in the context of national-scale change, efficiently mobilizing local resources, including talent and money, challenges of adoption in new locales, including setting core adoption principles and ensuring quality. The group discussion that follows will get at how we – Ashoka and its partners – can more efficiently and imaginatively dot-connect and support the spread of ideas. 


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Rajiv Khandelwal

Aajeevika Bureau
Rajiv Khandelwal’s Aajeevika Bureau (Livelihood Bureau) is among the first attempts in north India to provide support services to the millions of unskilled laborers and migrants who seasonally move across the country in search of work. The bureau seeks to protect the livelihoods and dignity of these migrants and reinforce their valid identity as legitimate contributors to the nation’s economy.


Thursday June 27, 2013 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Infosys Campus Pune

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