• UnLtd Delhi is a launchpad for social entrepreneurs

    UnLtd Delhi is a launchpad for social entrepreneurs

  • Unltd supports enterprises addressing key social issues

    Unltd supports enterprises addressing key social issues

  • “Theory of change”  helps define goals clearly

    “Theory of change” ¬†helps define goals clearly

  • Develop as leaders And Accelerate their impact

    We help Social Entreprenuers develop as leaders and accelerate their impact

  • We work with early-stage social entrepreneurs

    We work with early-stage social entrepreneurs

  • Social Entrepreneurs working at grassroots

    Social Entrepreneurs working at grassroots

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Recent Posts

UnLtd Delhi: A Year in Review

2016 for UnLtd Delhi will always be a year of collaboration and creating a community of early stage social entrepreneurs. This year we selected 13 Social entrepreneurs. Our entrepreneurs are working on a range of issues from creating disabled friendly holidays to flower cycling.

Zor Lagake…Haiyya!!

Zor Lagake…Haiyya!!

Deepti Doshi and Aparajita Pandey founded Haiyya in 2013 soon after the Nirbhaya incident happened. They launched with seven fellows and campaigned for public safety harnessing the collective anger of Bandra neighborhood in Mumbai.

Meet the newly selected fellows of UnLtd Delhi

Meet the newly selected fellows of UnLtd Delhi

Meet the four new fellows that UnLtd Delhi selected this month. They work on diverse areas such as livelihoods in Kashmir, Travel services for the disabled, building skills and expertise of the garment industry workers and recycling flowers to save the Ganges

Meet our Fellow- Binayak Acharya, Founder & CEO- ThinkZone

UnLtd Delhi’s investee ThinkZone provides high-quality, affordable education to children of low income communities by implementing scalable, technology driven solutions, through a lean chain of women-managed learning hubs. It improves the learning levels of children, leads to less school dropouts and provides direct livelihood opportunities to women in the local community