In a strategic shift from the existing Affiliate program, UnLtd Delhi will be inducted within the UnLtd India Brand, as a Delhi project office, effective 1st of April 2018.
The main aim of our work is to keep women engaged in various livelihood related activities. Such productive activities not only help them earn an income but it also helps in the reduction of stress levels by keeping them occupied.
UnLtd Delhi welcomed 9 dynamic social entrepreneurs to its June 2017 cohort last month. All the 9 fellows bring lot of diversity and passion to the work that they do.
Mentorship is most often defined as a professional relationship in which an experienced person (the mentor) assists another (the mentee) in developing specific skills and knowledge that will enhance the mentee’s professional and personal growth.
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.
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 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
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
On 7-9th October Dilli Haat became host to a very special volunteer-driven event called Seva Sandwich. Seva Sandwich, organized by iVolunteer, was conducted as part of Joy of Giving Week festival now also known as Daanutsav that celebrates and promotes the concept of giving.