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Talk on Indo-US non-profit programmes

By Staff Correspondent

SILCHAR, Nov 29 - �We must not miss the opportunities to serve the poor and the underprivileged who face serious challenges in life,� said Dana Le, founder and CEO, Seeds of Love, a US-based international non-profit organisation.

Sharing her experiences with the students, faculty members and staff of Guru Charan College here in a day-long interactive session on �Opportunities and Challenges of Managing US-based non-profit programmes in India�, organised by the Institutional Biotech Hub and Bioinformatics Centre under DBT Government of India, Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the College in association with Sanatan Unnayan Sanstha, Barak Valley, Dana Le said, �People with resources must step in to do acts of kindness to spread smiles on the faces of the needy people. We are working across six countries with eight missions, touching lives of many for the greater cause.�

She was quick to add that their organisation is working in Mizoram to educate the underprivileged children and is trying to expand its activities at Silchar. �We wish to stretch our works here so that agents of change from Silchar can play the role of pathfinders,� she maintained.

Interestingly, during the course of the interaction, Dana Le shared her plight as a kid during the Vietnam War in 1975. She narrated how she battled the odds and made her journey from a rice cultivator in France to running a global organisation. Tony Walker, board member of the organisation, also spoke on the operational areas of the organisation.

Earlier, Prof Jyotilal Choudhury, GB president of the College, Prof Bibhash Deb, principal of the College, Prof Ashesh Bhattacharjee, vice principal of the college, welcomed the initiative and highlighted the need for such steps for the cause of humanity.

Prof Jaydeep Bhattacharya, coordinator, IQAC of the College, gave an insight into the purpose of the programme and narrated profiles of the guests.

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Talk on Indo-US non-profit programmes

SILCHAR, Nov 29 - �We must not miss the opportunities to serve the poor and the underprivileged who face serious challenges in life,� said Dana Le, founder and CEO, Seeds of Love, a US-based international non-profit organisation.

Sharing her experiences with the students, faculty members and staff of Guru Charan College here in a day-long interactive session on �Opportunities and Challenges of Managing US-based non-profit programmes in India�, organised by the Institutional Biotech Hub and Bioinformatics Centre under DBT Government of India, Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the College in association with Sanatan Unnayan Sanstha, Barak Valley, Dana Le said, �People with resources must step in to do acts of kindness to spread smiles on the faces of the needy people. We are working across six countries with eight missions, touching lives of many for the greater cause.�

She was quick to add that their organisation is working in Mizoram to educate the underprivileged children and is trying to expand its activities at Silchar. �We wish to stretch our works here so that agents of change from Silchar can play the role of pathfinders,� she maintained.

Interestingly, during the course of the interaction, Dana Le shared her plight as a kid during the Vietnam War in 1975. She narrated how she battled the odds and made her journey from a rice cultivator in France to running a global organisation. Tony Walker, board member of the organisation, also spoke on the operational areas of the organisation.

Earlier, Prof Jyotilal Choudhury, GB president of the College, Prof Bibhash Deb, principal of the College, Prof Ashesh Bhattacharjee, vice principal of the college, welcomed the initiative and highlighted the need for such steps for the cause of humanity.

Prof Jaydeep Bhattacharya, coordinator, IQAC of the College, gave an insight into the purpose of the programme and narrated profiles of the guests.

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