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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability

Nagendra Nath Sharma
  • Noida, UP
  • India
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What is your Interest?
Sustainable Development
Represent:
Individual
What is your current job title / department?
livelihood
What would you most like to get out of this network?
learning
What knowledge, skills and experience do you have that you would be happy for people to contact you over?
expereince in conceptualising and implementing livelihood projects

Comment Wall (6 comments)

At 11:07am on January 26, 2009, Abhishek Pandya said…
Hi Nagendra Ji,
Welcome to the world of development sharing. This is Abhishek Pandya a development activist. Hope we will have great sharing of ideas and experience.
At 11:28pm on January 26, 2009, Abhishek Pandya said…
Currently i am based at hyderabad working with a consultancy.
At 11:29pm on January 26, 2009, Abhishek Pandya said…
Please tell me something about yourself. Where are u working now and whts the area.
At 1:46am on May 3, 2009, suresh kr pramar said…
Dear Nagendra,

It is being increasingly felt that the economic melt down has opened up new opportunities for civil society organisations to look into the possibilities of converting their projects into Social Enterprises. This is the need of the hour since private funding is drying up substantially and good civil society projects face an acute financial crunch. There is a growing realization that non profits need to realize that they are in business, not just causes.



Social Entrepreneurs have a critical role to play helping to overcome the effects of the financial crisis. At the World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford recently speakers highlighted the fact that Social Entrepreneurs had the capacity to lead the world out of the prevailing financial crisis. There was strong expectation that the crisis would propel social entrepreneurship into the main stream as the most compelling model of social change.



The Social Entrepreneurship Workshop is an attempt to help smart NGOs acquire knowledge and tools to convert themselves into social entrepreneurs. This will ensure the long term survival of their socially relevant programmes and project while at the same them helping them to earn revenues to fiancé their activities.



We invite you to participate in this workshop, possibly the first of its kind in the northern part of the country.


The Event:An Introductory Workshop For Entrepreneurial Non Profits
Venue: Accountability House, A-5, Sector 26, Noida

Dates: June 5-6,2009

Organised by: Centre for Training and Research in Responsible Business & Social Entrepreneurship

Knowledge Partner: Centre for Social Initiatives & Management, Hyderabad

Part Sponsor: SEHGAL FOUNDATION

Suresh Kr Pramar
At 6:57am on April 11, 2010, md asghar ali said…
Dear sir,

Glad to get your reply.
Presently I am working in Purnia district of Bihar in India. I am working as Manager Livelihood.
At 9:43am on April 11, 2010, md asghar ali said…
Yes Sir, I am working with Bihar Rural Livelihood Promotion Society.

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