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World Health Partners

World Health Partners (WHP) is a non-profit organization that is mandated to deliver health care to underserved communities in the poorest parts of the world. It uses technology and management systems to harness better value from existing resources. Since the resources in such low-resource settings exist across public and private sectors, WHP engages with both with no ideological barriers.

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REVA School of Performing Arts

REVA is a private university established in 2012 and is located in Bengaluru on a 45-acre campus. REVA University offers 33 undergraduate and 24 graduate programs, 2 part-time graduate programs and several certificate & diploma programs spread across the fields of engineering, architecture, science & technology, commerce, management studies, law, arts & humanities and performing arts.

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First Book

Founded in 1992, First Book is an award-winning, nonprofit social enterprise that uses market forces to further educational equity for children growing up at the base of the economic pyramid. First Book operates throughout the U.S. and Canada and has worked in more than 30 countries, fueling learning with more than 175 million culturally appropriate books and educational resources.

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Satya Special School

Working with several national and international organizations Satya Special School has pioneered the development of early childhood intervention programs and unique learner initiatives. The teaching and administrative staff of SSS are eager learners and dedicated teachers who work very hard to implement each newly acquired best practice technique in their classrooms.

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Mahasemam

Mahasemam is devoted to enabling women in resource-poor settings to become self-sufficient through the use of innovative and sustainable financial services. Mahasemm is a microfinance organization registered in Madurai in 1999 under the Indian Trust Act 1882. It operates in the six southernmost districts of Tamil Nadu

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Inspiration

Inspiration combines a team of architects, project management personnel, planners, infrastructure engineers, structural engineers, interior and product designers, landscape designers,  horticulturists, trained artisans and technicians – all under one roof. With over 20 years of experience in the field of ecology and economy sensitive designs and constructions, Inspiration today enjoys a niche clientele in the field.

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Aravind Eyecare

Aravind is the largest, and widely considered to be one of the most productive eye care systems in the world, seeing approximately 1.4 million patients a year, and performing about 200,000 cataract surgeries annually, over two-thirds of which are offered free of charge for those unable to pay. Muhammad Yunus acclaimed Aravind as an organization which “reveals the power of a model that combines business discipline with compassion.”

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ICFAI/IBS

Located in Hyderabad, India, IBS Hyderabad is one of the leading B-Schools in India. IBS Hyderabad’s case collection contains more than 6000 well-researched cases. In addition to these there are a number of teaching notes, structured assignments, and videos. Case studies developed by IBS Hyderabad are used by the elite B-schools and premier consulting firms around the world.

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Saidham Schools

Saidham Schools aspire to be the very best amongst schools at no cost to parents. In addition to education, they provide over 2000 children with food, clothing, study material, sports facilities, health care, excursions, free skill development with job placement, facilitating social well-being through mass marriage assistance, and empowering women with opportunities in 4 states across India.

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Pardada Pardadi Educational Society

PPES aims to empower girls and women from the poorest sections of society by focusing on improving their quality of life. Over last 18 years, Pardada Pardadi School has supported the complete education of more than 3000 rural girls. The organisation works with a holistic perspective towards rural development through social and economic empowerment of girls and women.


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Shankarananda Kalakshetra

Ananda Shankar Jayant was diagnosed with cancer in 2008. She tells her personal story of not only facing the disease but dancing through it, and gives a performance revealing the metaphor of strength that helped her do it. With precision and sparkling grace, Ananda Shankar Jayant performs and teaches the classical dance styles of Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi.

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