Posts from Tag: India

Changemaker stories: Pradnya Karbhari’s commitment to change

Posted By Rang De Team in Changemakers

Pradnya Karbhari is one of thousands of changemakers we are proud to be associated with. PC: Pradnya Karbhari Over the past ten years, thousands of people have come forward to support our mission of promoting financial inclusion and alleviating poverty. Many of these changemakers have been our pillars of support and their passion and commitment to […]

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Accounting Assumptions for nonprofit organisations: a brief overview

Posted By Rang De Team in Uncategorized

Lack of proper financial reporting practices can threaten the functioning of an organisation in the long-term Financial reporting has long been a problem plaguing many organisations in the non-profit sector. While nonprofit entities are responsible for safeguarding the rights of stakeholders, trustees and end beneficiaries, it is a fact that ignorance and a lack of […]

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Why we need to talk about financial inclusion and behaviour change

Posted By Rang De Team in Swabhimaan

Under Swabhimaan, our program to promote financial inclusion in rural communities, we have linked the disbursal of a loan to a financial literacy and assessment module. At Rang De, our aim when implementing projects has always been to bring about long-term change in the communities we work with.  A similar motive guided us when we […]

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A Technology Leader without a Title

Posted By Rang De Team in Updates

Rajesh (front row, right) the former Chief Technology Officer at Rang De. Very few people empathize with the challenge of finding and retaining talent in the social space. Among the many constraints that organizations in the sector experience, I would rate the lack of human capital as one of the biggest. The lack of awareness that […]

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A school for girls in rural Uttar Pradesh: the PPES story

Posted By Rang De Team in Livelihoods

Virendra Singh’s story makes for inspiring reading. It is the story of a man who, after leaving for the USA from India as a young graduate in the late 1960’s, returned to his ancestral village in rural Uttar Pradesh to set up a school for girls. We meet Sam — as Virendra Singh is called by family […]

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