Dr Kalpana Sankar, co-founder of Hand in Hand India in an interview with Dagens industri, a leading Swedish daily
Percy Barnevik’s retirement plans are more ambitious: He intends to lift millions of people out of the world’s deepest poverty.
Dr.Kalpana Sankar from Hand in Hand India is awarded the Princess Sabeeka Bint Ibrahim Al-Khalifa Global Award for Women Empowerment as an Individual Champion at the United Nations Headquarters.
adapting Hand in Hand’s approach to alleviate poverty
This is an India far removed from the modern call centres and computer companies.
The Stanford Business School features Hand in Hand India as a case study that details the economics and workings of a non-profit.