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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)

Corporate Social Responsibility · Uttarakhand Floods

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

Uttarakhand Floods · Volunteering in India

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

Uttarakhand Floods · Volunteering in India

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