Change I Network (CIN) is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in New Delhi that has been working relentlessly for the upliftment of underprivileged sections through its four flagship programs – Paathshaala, Paryavaran, Perfect Health, and Pahal.
Founded by Umesh Sharma -an alumnus of the Board of Technical Education, Delhi & Ajay Pandey -an alumnus of Indian Institute of Management Indore – the organization is recently catering to the needy and poor sections of the society amidst national lockdown post-COVID 19 crisis.
Given below is an excerpt from our conversation with Umesh Sharma about their ongoing charitable campaign.
What is the primary focus/Vision of your organization?
We aspire to inspire civil society through our social work and charitable campaigns for the underprivileged sections through hunger eradication drives, education for all, helping the elderly, and a few other schemes aimed at the empowerment of women.
How are you helping people in the time of pandemic?
We distributed almost 100 Food Material Kits,
( Wheat Flour – 10 Kg, Rice-5 Kg, Pulses-2 Kg, Salt- 1 Kg & Soap- 4 No)
We are also running an awareness camp on Covid-19 across different localities in New Delhi through the Change I Network-Pathshala Team. The stress is laid upon mandatory use of masks, social distancing, and maintaining personal hygiene through frequent hand-washing and sanitization.
How many members are there in your team & where do you operate?
We are currently a team of 100 young people, especially students, who usually engage in relief operations in two different shifts.
Currently, we are running Change I Network Pathshala at Martial, Sector-3, Dwarka.
About the Founder:
Umesh Sharma is an alumnus of the Board of Technical Education (BTE) Delhi and has a Diploma in Automobile Engineering. He has rich exposure of over 14 years of working in the Automobile Industry in used car division, service industry & electric car industry.