iDream Education bringing tablet-based learning to the underserved students

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“Humanity’s greatest advances are not in its discoveries, but in how those discoveries are applied to reduce inequity.”- Bill Gates Rohit Prakash, son of an environment entrepreneur, left his well-paid job at Marico to chase his dream of being a changemaker. He co-founded iDream Education with his like-minded partner Puneet Goyal in 2016 where they are…

10 Cancer Care Social Enterprises in India

cancer day

In India, every year over seven lakh people are diagnosed with cancer, and about 5,56,400 people die because of cancer every year. This cancer day we at Impactpreneurs had a look at some of the organisations that are working hard to lessen the burden of the disease on the society. They are either coming up…

Art-Based Social Enterprises in India

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Art has played an integral role in shaping the opinion of the society. It is a medium through which one can express her/his emotion through visual, auditory or performing artefacts. It is also a medium through which one can keep a culture alive. It can also act as a medium for social change. Impactpreneurs identifies…

10 Anti-Trafficking Social Enterprises

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Human trafficking is transporting, recruiting and harbouring of people forcefully for the purpose of exploitation. Human trafficking results into sexual slavery, forced labour, modern slavery and commercial sexual exploitation. Trafficking is not only restricted to women and children but even men are forced to do labour. It is one of the hidden professions of the…

10 Social Enterprises Uplifting the Red-Light Area

Female Sex Workers

Sex work is one of the oldest professions of the world and the most disrespected too. The lives of the women and their children are shackled with never ending miseries. These “fallen women” do not fall because of their profession but because we make them fall. Education, security, respect, dignity, divinity, livelihood; these are some…

10 Social Enterprises Fighting Against HIV/AIDS

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AIDS is a battle which cannot be won by Science alone. It is a battle which needs to be fought by the victim and the people around that victim. About 36.7 million people are suffering from AIDS globally and about 40% of them do not know about their status. India alone has 2.1 million AIDS…

The Sanitary Napkin Revolution

green sanitary napkin

About 335 million women in India use sanitary napkins which make 12% of the menstruating population. About 108K tonnes of sanitary waste is accumulated in India annually and it takes about 500-800 years to biodegrade each sanitary napkin.  Moreover, about 300 women in India do not have access to a sanitary napkin, they rely on rags,…

TOP 10 NOTABLE MICRO-FINANCE SOCIAL SECTOR ENTERPRISES IN INDIA

“Access to Finance is a commonly cited problem for social enterprises in India and refers to the financial barriers related to the lack of equity, debt, and working capital for start-up enterprises, in addition to non-financial barriers, such as a lack of financial literacy.” – IFC, 2011 Access to finance, especially so by the underprivileged…