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Looking for brave hearts to volunteer abroad with VSO @ Voluntary Services Overseas

We are looking for committed professionals between the age group of 27 to 64 with a minimum of four years of work experience and with a penchant to share their skills and learn about new cultures. Most importantly you should be in a position to give a minimum of 6 months and a maximum of…… Continue reading Looking for brave hearts to volunteer abroad with VSO @ Voluntary Services Overseas

Uttarakhand Floods

Uttarakhand Floods: Livelihoods Lost and built ( In process)

When the water came, it took away my shop along with all the things that I have stored in them says Ram Lal. Now winter fast approaching we have to find out a way to earn a income. Another two local boys, Satye and Ramkrishna both lost their jobs when the helicopter company they were working…… Continue reading Uttarakhand Floods: Livelihoods Lost and built ( In process)

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Uttarakhand Aftermath : Known Principles Tested

Volunteers: Anupama Pain and Gurudutt Shenoy Duration: 20th to 30th July 2013 Enroute: Mumbai-Delhi-Dehradun-Rudraprayag-Guptkashi-Sonprayag-Triyuginarayan Location: Last village on the route to Kedar Valley Purpose: First assessment of ground situation after the disaster, networking with local organizations/nodal agencies, coming up with tentative areas of impact work both in short and long run, aid in distribution of…… Continue reading Uttarakhand Aftermath : Known Principles Tested

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Uttarakhand Aftermath : Infrastructure Breakdown

Volunteers: Anupama Pain and Gurudutt Shenoy Duration: 20th to 30th July 2013 Enroute: Mumbai-Delhi-Dehradun-Rudraprayag-Guptkashi-Sonprayag-Triyuginarayan Location: Last village on the route to Kedar Valley Purpose: First assessment of ground situation after the disaster, networking with local organizations/nodal agencies, coming up with tentative areas of impact work both in short and long run, aid in distribution of…… Continue reading Uttarakhand Aftermath : Infrastructure Breakdown

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Uttarakhand Aftermath : Two Women

Volunteers: Anupama Pain and Gurudutt Shenoy Duration: 20th to 30th July 2013 Enroute: Mumbai-Delhi-Dehradun-Rudraprayag-Guptkashi-Sonprayag-Triyuginarayan Location: Last village on the route to Kedar Valley Purpose: First assessment of ground situation after the disaster, networking with local organizations/nodal agencies, coming up with tentative areas of impact work both in short and long run, aid in distribution of…… Continue reading Uttarakhand Aftermath : Two Women

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A note to all our donors for Uttarakhand floods

14 Days since we sent out an appeal for donating generously for the Uttarakhand flood relief and rehabilitation activities – proceeds of which will go to a committed platform of volunteers, organizations and tribe of donors, lead by iVolunteer (ivolunteer.in). We have received overwhelming response which shows not only how deeply grieved we are, but…… Continue reading A note to all our donors for Uttarakhand floods

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Uttarakhand Relief :iVolunteer on Red Fm Mumbai

Red Fm Mumbai interviewed us to find out what we will be doing in Uttarakhand Floods and what are the things we need and how you can support us. Just to re-emphasize. We need money. We need things ( utensils, solar lanterns and torches) and volunteers. You can listen to the interview here. Part 1…… Continue reading Uttarakhand Relief :iVolunteer on Red Fm Mumbai

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Uttarakhand Floods: Volunteers needed

Thanks to more than 150 donors we have raised close to 12 lacs of Rupees for the Uttarakhand relief and reconstruction. We are in regular touch with our volunteers and contacts in the hills. As per discussion with our contact people on the site … army personnel, coordinators of relief material distribution; lot of relief material…… Continue reading Uttarakhand Floods: Volunteers needed