Conversation with Pooja Sharma: Founder The Sarvodya Collective

 

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Maneesh is in a freewheeling conversation with Pooja Sharma, founder of The Sarvodya Collective. A NPO working to build awareness and allyship for Neurodiversity as a cause.

You can mail Pooja at pooja.sharma@sarvodya.org

The Sarvodya Collective Instagram handle: https://instagram.com/thesarvodyacollective

Inclusive Duniya Instagram handle: https://instagram.com/inclusiveduniya

 

 

 

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Hindu University
10 months ago

The Sarvodya Collective, founded by Pooja Sharma, is an inspiring example of how social entrepreneurship can be used as a tool for positive change. In my conversation with Pooja Sharma, I was impressed by her vision of creating a self-sustaining ecosystem that empowers marginalized communities and promotes sustainability.

What I found most compelling about Pooja’s approach was her emphasis on creating a collaborative and inclusive process that involves the communities she seeks to serve. By involving local communities in the design and implementation of projects, Pooja ensures that the solutions are tailored to the specific needs of each community, rather than imposing a one-size-fits-all approach.

Moreover, Pooja’s emphasis on sustainability is commendable, as it reflects a long-term perspective that goes beyond short-term solutions. By promoting sustainable practices, such as regenerative agriculture and renewable energy, Pooja is not only improving the lives of the communities she serves, but also contributing to the larger goal of protecting the planet.

Overall, my conversation with Pooja Sharma left me inspired and hopeful about the potential of social entrepreneurship to drive positive change in the world. I believe that her work with The Sarvodya Collective serves as a model for how entrepreneurship can be used as a force for good, and I look forward to following her journey as she continues to make a difference in the world.

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sbarrkum
10 months ago

In 1958 Dr Aiyaratne established the concept of Shramadana (“Sharing of one’s Time, Thoughts, Labor and Energy”); gathering volunteers to come together and build a road in an impoverished rural village of Sri Lanka. . Today, the Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement (officially known as “Lanka Jathika Sarvodaya Shramadana Sangamaya”) is Sri Lanka’s most broadly embedded community-based development organization network

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