As President of U Turn Foundation, I have a strong interest in transparency in functioning of NGOs (Non Government Organisation). This is one of the main challenges for the future of NGOs willing to be recognized as key actors in the civil society. Donor agencies are increasingly vigilant for signs of corruption or other abuses in the projects and
The importance of missing quintessential Back to the Basic concepts is something which has invoked a written involvement. Learning and understanding the current generations switch over to the so thought dynamic life, were the fundamentals compromised to be forgotten? Adaptation is good, but only on the correct path to improvise and upgrade. Now the
Working with U Turn is an ultimate experience for me to showcase my zeal to work for environment and the community. It’s an opportunity to improve the world while inspiring others, participating in many activities that can improve our community. Such activities, which will inspire others in our community to do things, they would not have done before. Joining
Sitting in office alone, I got the chance to retrospect on time that flew by. As I notice now it was a time for new beginning for U Turn Family as Chander got admission in a reputed college of Noida to pursue higher studies in Social Work, Aastha got admission overseas, Rajesh’s Europe trip, Rahul and Akhilesh’s iDocterz project at eMarkepedia,
It seems like yesterday when I was sitting with my childhood friend Sunil Amoli in court waiting for my marriage certificate. Sunil had been full of great ideas about enterprising in creative pursuit and he threw on the table an idea of starting a magazine for senior citizens, completely dedicated to them as there was lot of magazines doing round but
Rebuilding hope=12 villages+250 families+324 students
We understand that the country’s focus has shifted from the Uttarakhand calamity but we still have a long way to go before we witness a long lasting positive impact in the lives of villagers devastated by the tragedy.