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Thursday, June 27 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Social Entrepreneurship - History to Future

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avatar for Ishita Chaudhry

Ishita Chaudhry

The YP Foundation (TYPF)
Ishita equips young people with the tools to access information, services and rights so that they can build collective platforms to create social change and negotiate with adult led systems.

Ashoka Fellows
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Ashwin Naik

Vaatsalya
Ashwin is demonstrating a viable model to bridge the healthcare gap by building primary and secondary care hospitals in Tier 2 and 3 towns. Vaatsalya currently has seventeen hospitals across Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.
avatar for Bablu Ganguly

Bablu Ganguly

The Timbaktu Collective
Bablu has been instrumental in cooperative building movement both as social and business development enterprises and focused on livelihoods and sustainability requirements of small-producers. Timbaktu has promoted eight autonomous cooperatives involving over 17,000 marginal families.
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Hasina Kharbhih

Impulse Social Enterprises / Impulse NGO Network
Hasina created the internationally acknowledged Meghalaya Model, a comprehensive tracking system that successfully brings together the state government, security agencies, legal groups, media, and citizen organizations to combat the cross-border trafficking of children in the Northeastern states of India.
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Latha Anantha

River Research Center
Latha is working towards a river basin management model. Using the flow of the river as a reference point, she makes inter-linkages between different interventions and draws various stakeholders together to cohesively plan and manage water resources.
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Sunil Abraham

The Centre for Internet & Society
Sunil Abraham is providing web services and products that are affordable and effective for the Indian voluntary sector. His work, based on "open-source" sharing of programs, enables citizen organizations to effectively use the Internet in the areas of fundraising, networking, advocacy, and knowledge management. The nature of open-sourcing also permits a natural replication process because of its inherent accessibility to new users, and Sunil... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2013 10:30am - 11:30am
Infosys Campus Pune

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