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    • 29th Apr

    • 2016

    CEO Forum excerpts on - DOs and DON'Ts of Fundraising

    - Navendu Rashmi and Mysore Ravi Nithin

    CEO Forum is a peer to peer learning opportunity for the heads and CEOs of the organizations in the social sector. The CEO forum is initiated and hosted by India Cares Foundation.

    India Cares Foundation believes vibrant Civil Society Organisations play a vital role in building a humane society. We pay special attention to income generation; donor relations and leadership development in the social sector. A sector, that constantly builds its capacity and competencies to address the dynamic challenges, is the need of the hour and thus, the solutions must be based on real experiences.

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    • 22nd Apr

    • 2016

    CEO Forum:

    CEO Forum is a peer to peer learning opportunity for the heads and CEOs of the organizations in the social sector. The CEO forum is initiated and hosted by India Cares Foundation.

    India Cares Foundation believes vibrant Civil Society Organisations play a vital role in building a humane society. We pay special attention to income generation; donor relations and leadership development in the social sector. A sector, that constantly builds its capacity and competencies to address the dynamic challenges, is the need of the hour and thus, the solutions must ...

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    • 08th Apr

    • 2016

    A Step Towards Making Bengaluru Green!

    - Navendu Rashmi and Mysore Ravi Nithin

    We grew up listening to the stories of clean and green bengaluru from our elders. On one hand we have buildings coming up, and on the other, we are losing our forest cover. The sudden rise in temperature of Bengaluru has alerted many of us to find a solution to be able to accommodate the future generations. We have one such energetic group amongst us in the city who believes in striking a balance between development and maintaining a healthy environment. 

    Trees For Free, a volunteer-driven organization has planted 53,750 trees in a period of 11 years under the ...

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    • 01st Apr

    • 2016

    Disability to Inclusivity – Journey of an Extraordinary.

    - Navendu Rashmi and Mysore Ravi Nithin

    India has been witnessing a continual change in the attitude, definition and rights of the disabled since 1912. The Government of India has created policies around special education since the country’s independence in 1947. Some of them being The Rehabilitation Act of 1992 and The Persons with Disability Act, 1995 which enables the disabled community to overcome their right-related challenges. The recently held 2009 Lok Sabha election was the first of its kind national election in which wooden ramps were set up for the differently-abled and Braille signs were included on EVM machines for the blind.

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