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Who we are

Formed in the year 2000, Jan Sahas is a community and survivor centric not-for-profit organisation. Jan Sahas works with an aim to eliminate sexual violence and forced labour with a focus on the most excluded social groups through a comprehensive approach of- Prevention, Response, Rehabilitation and Systemic Reform. Jan Sahas believes that an issue as complex as sexual violence, can be tackled effectively only if these approaches are addressed simultaneously. Hence, keeping our approach at the core of our work, we have developed strategies of tackling sexual violence through- legal and social support, Land and property rights, Skill development and livelihood promotion, Mental health, and Early Childhood Care and Education. The organization is working in multiple states across India and carries out concentrated capacity building and advocacy efforts with the state and civil society organisations, thus having a national and regional footprint.

Our History

Jan Sahas started functioning in the year 2000 when it took up the issue of death of one child labour and two dalit labours in an illegal unit of firecrackers in Dewas, Madhya Pradesh. A group of volunteers decided to come together as an organization to seek justice, and Jan Sahas was born.

Initially focused on building awareness and community empowerment to end manual scavenging, today we strive to eliminate sexual violence and forced labour, and empower survivors of such injustices. We are particularly focused on the most excluded social groups, including those facing gender and caste based violence.


Launched Jan Sahas with program on forced labour, particularly manual scavenging


Registered as a Nonprofit


Initiated work on land rights, Atrocities and first cases on sexual violence


First dignity march; led by Dalits across 5 states


Started program on sexual violence against women


Dignity march led by survivors across 18 states


Forced labour theme expanded to bonded labour; Sexual violence theme expanded to commercial trafficking and caste bases prostitution


Dignity March / Garima Yatra reached 24 states; engaged 25K survivors, 2K stakeholders, 200 policymakers, and 2K lawyers.

Conversion of complaint to FIRs is 86% and conviction rate is 59% in MP against a national conviction rate of 24.2%


survivors of rape and sexual violence are gaining support for access to justice and rehabilitation

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compensation received by survivors from the government


survivors and their families receiving livelihoods support


girls enabled to leave caste-based commercial sexual exploitation, and helped prevent 5,400 girls from entering into sex-slavery


women enabled to leave the inhuman practice of manual scavenging


women enabled to break free from bonded labour and provided rehabilitation support


migrant labours of Bundelkhand are being tracked to under safe migration project


Putting survivors and communities first

We prioritise survivors’ needs and agency in all our work. The social groups that we work with are an important part of agenda creation, taking leadership positions in planning and executing transformative strategies. Additionally, 90% of our staff belong to communities that we serve. This helps us ensure that no action is detached from its context.

Focusing on long term, systemic impact

We prioritise survivors’ needs and agency in all our work. The social groups that we work with are an important part of agenda creation, taking leadership positions in planning and executing transformative strategies. Additionally, 90% of our staff belong to communities that we serve. This helps us ensure that no action is detached from its context.

Collaborating with all key stakeholders

We prioritise survivors’ needs and agency in all our work. The social groups that we work with are an important part of agenda creation, taking leadership positions in planning and executing transformative strategies. Additionally, 90% of our staff belong to communities that we serve. This helps us ensure that no action is detached from its context.

our values

We embody five key values in our work as well as our interactions with people, internal and external alike:


We aim to break hierarchies in society and within our organization through inclusive approaches. We pay special attention to the needs of the excluded to enable an equitable culture.


We recognize the agency and value of each individual. People we serve are some of the most excluded; however, we also recognize them for their labour and leadership in the struggle against violence and inequity. We espouse respect even when dealing with conflicts.

Transformative leadership

Jan Sahas means ‘people’s courage’. Through our work we aim to cultivate this courage, and transform the people we work with and those we work with to become changemakers and leaders.


We intensively engage with and draw participation from communities and survivors we work with, as well as our team members from the field staff to advisors. This enables us to innovate, strengthen our strategies, and build capacity for change.


We bear accountability to the community, survivors, and our partners. We share our results, challenges, successes and failures alike. This enables us to introspect and learn from our experience as well as from others.


He is the co-founder and CEO of Jan Sahas and the national convener of Rashtriya Garima Abhiyan (National Campaign for Dignity). For the past 20 years, he has campaigned to end sexual violence against women and children and the inhuman practice of manual scavenging in India. His work to fight forced labour practices, caste-based commercial sexual exploitation of children and human trafficking has received national and international acclaim. His extensive work on the ground has created platforms to empower marginalised and excluded communities and his leadership and guidance have helped Jan Sahas to expand to 7 states. He has previously been a member of various committees of NITI Aayog, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment and other ministries and departments of central and state governments.

Ashif Shaikh

CEO, Jan Sahas

Board & Advisors

Currently working as Account Head of MIS at Signode India Limited. He has extensive experience in MIS with a demonstrated working history. Before Signode, Amitabh worked in ITW India Limited Company as Senior Manager MIS and Assistant Manager in Bharatiya Reserve Bank Note Mudran. Amitabh holds a Graduation Degree from Symbiosis, Pune and Post Graduate Degree from the Institute of Cost Accountants of India and Indian Institute of Forest Management.

Amitabh Dongre

Head of MIS - Signode India Limited

Working as a trainer and facilitator towards participatory communication to enhance and trigger dialogues around issues of gender and health. Using storytelling approach, she has been working with adolescents and women to facilitate reflections and conversations within the home and peer groups on the issues of sexuality and reproductive health, sanitation and women, hygiene, mobility and education and gender. She has actively been involved in understanding the culture of sexual violence and factors that contribute to it.

Anushi Agrawal

Program Director - Maara

She is currently working as a social safeguard consultant for ADB and assisted Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh Rural Roads Project. Before that, she worked as a Social mobilization consultant for DIFD and World Bank-funded pilot on community mobilization to improve maternal and child nutation in rural Madhya Pradesh. She has experience of more than 20-year experience in the field of development. Previously, she has also worked with Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, New Delhi, Ekjut, Jharkhand and Samarthan, Bhopal.

Bhavna Nagar

Independent Consultant

He is currently a member and co-founder of Samavesh Society for Development and Governance. Currently, he is an active member of the coordination team of MP Swashasan Abhiyan, a CSO working on strengthening Gram Sabha and Panchayati Raj. He has an experience of more than 20 years with Eklavya Foundation since inception. Additionally, he has also been supporting various government and non-government initiatives in the areas of development, governance and education. He has also supported the resource development team of Doosra Dashak, Rajasthan. He conceptualized and developed Chakmak club (an autonomous and inclusive space for children for their self-development and reflection) and Kabir Vichar Manch for youth and adults. He has a doctorate in teaching and education and was a Teacher Educator at DAV College of Education, Abohar (Punjab).

Dr. Ramnarayan Syag

Academician and Social worker

He is a social development specialist. He was head of Children’s Investment Fund Foundation across sectors in India and led their Child Protection portfolio globally. Prior to that, he set up Wikimedia Foundation’s operations in South Asia – promoting free knowledge projects like Wikipedia, the largest repository of knowledge in history. He also led the national condoms programme and interventions for high-risk population segments at the National AIDS Control Organisation. He started his career in the corporate sector working with Hindustan Unilever, Accenture and Infosys.

Hisham Mundol

Ex-Executive Director - Children’s Investment Fund Foundation

Currently she is an independent consultant and working on facilitation of organisational learning processes, management of non-profit organisations and documentation, analysis and synthesis. Earlier, she was Regional Director of Hivos organization, headquartered in The Netherlands. As Director Regional Office, Jamuna contributed to Hivos’ institutional plan for 2011-2015 and to the development of the programmatic approach on which multi-actor initiatives were based. She is a mentor and advisor for Dignity Fellowship Program. She also has a Ph.D. in Geography from the University of Hawai, Manao.

Jamuna Ramakrishna

Independent Consultant

She has extensively worked in various issues ranging from manual scavenging and women empowerment to health and education. She is currently serving as a member of the district Child Welfare Committee of Dewas. She is also a member of Jan Sahas’ internal committee to deal with cases of sexual harassment at the workplace. Besides working with Jan Sahas, she is part of various other grassroots organizaions. She completed her graduation in Arts from Vikram University, Ujjain. She completed her education along with providing extensive support to all activities within the organization.

Krishna Panwar

Program Head - ECCE - Jan Sahas

She has acquired a Master's degree in Social Work from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. She is an independent development consultant with experience of more than five years with non-profit organisations, especially engaging with people's organizations working on various issues such as gender, caste, livelihood in India. Currently, she is pursuing her PhD from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

Manisha Lath

Independent Consultant

As a founder of Sudiksha Knowledge solutions, education social enterprise that focuses on providing affordable early education. He manages the day to day operations and functioning of the organisation and takes care of the implementation and execution of various programs of Sudiksha. Naveen holds a Post Graduate Degree from the Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal and has more than 19 years of experience in the field of education, skill training and project implementation. Before founding Sudiksha, he has worked extensively in different parts of India, both in the private sector and civil society. Previously he has worked with Eklavya Foundation, Naandi Foundation and Career Launcher Pvt. Ltd.

Naveen Kumar Pedalgal

Founder & Managing Director - Sudiksha Knowledge Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

She is the Executive Director of Udaan Women Empowerment Society. Uddan was founded by liberated women and girls from caste-based commercial sexual exploitation and manual scavenging in Madhya Pradesh with the objective of ending caste and gender-based slavery including caste-based sex slavery forced labour and manual scavenging and ensure rehabilitated of all the liberated girls and prevent violence against girls. Under her leadership, Udaan is implementing programmes for girl education in Bediya and Bachada community and addressing sexual violence against girls in four districts.

Sangeeta Kumbhakar

Director - Udaan Women Empowerment Society

She is the Co-Founder of iProbono India, an organisation gives a voice to vulnerable and marginalised populations, enabling them to access justice. Under her leadership, iProbono India has provided the most vulnerable communities, access to justice. She holds an undergraduate law degree from NALSAR University in Hyderabad and a Masters in Law degree with honours from Columbia University, New York. She is also associated with Hogarth Chambers, a leading chamber of barristers in London, UK.

Swathi Sukumar

Lawyer in Supreme Court and Delhi High Court

She is the CEO of EdelGive Foundation, the philanthropic initiative of Edelweiss Group – one of India’s leading diversified financial services group. Over the last decade, she has steered the growth of Edelweiss’ social investments to develop EdelGive Foundation into a strategic philanthropic organisation. She has developed a unique model for EdelGive’s investees which places them at the centre of grant-making, not only providing initial grants to these organisations, but also managing funding from other institutional and corporate partners, via a zero-cost platform.

Vidya Shah

CEO, EdelGive Foundation

Board & Advisors (UK and USA)

He is an organisational development specialist passionate about supporting the growth and sustainability of civil society organisations globally to increase their social impact. With significant contributions in the social impact and public sectors he brings a breadth of experience to support the development of organisations in the areas of strategic planning and overhaul, income generation for sustainable growth, leadership development, and governance. His work has ranged from large international institutions to smaller community based organisations, supporting them to review and re-engineer their strategic interventions and maximise impact. He has held non-executive director positions with national and international charities and with the UK’s National Health Service and headed up a charitable foundation that invests in training and developing healthcare workers in sub-Saharan Africa.

Ajay Mehta

International Programmes Consultant - The Resource Alliance

He has worked in organisations such as the International Labour Office as Associate Expert International Labour Standards (ILS) and Human Rights, ILO in various positions in Senegal, Ethiopia, Italy, and at ILO Headquarters in Geneva. Since 2000, he is based in New Delhi and presently a Senior Specialist on International Labour Standards for the South Asia region. In his work, he primarily focuses on access to effective remedies countering practices of exclusion and discrimination, and the promotion of fundamental labour rights. He has a Masters in International Law and International Relations from the University of Groningen, Netherlands.

Coen Kompier

Senior Specialist International Labour Standards, International Labour Office (ILO) - Netherlands

He is currently Director of the Unitarian Universalist Holdeen India Program (UUHIP), for the last nine years, Derek has studied and researched in India, exploring the causes of social transformation and engaging in strategic planning and evaluation with non-governmental organizations and advocacy groups. He has travelled extensively across India, researching the challenges that impoverished communities face through globalization and economic change. With a degree in Religion from Columbia University and experience working with the Gandhi Peace Foundation as a Fulbright Scholar, he brings with him a spiritual and philosophical understanding of the complexities surrounding the social change in India.

Derek Mitchell

Director - Unitarian Universalist Holdeen India Program (UUHIP), USA

He has been part of senior regional management posts with the BBC, the UN, Oxfam GB and the CGIAR Group. His specialisation is in the area of the macroeconomic impact of epidemics on transition economies; labour law in the informal sector, focussing on the supply chain, ethical sourcing and corporate social responsibility. He as lived in South Asia for 27 years, in Pakistan, Sri Lanka Afghanistan and Bangladesh and latterly for 21 years in New Delhi. He has advised a number of large companies such as Michelin, McKinsey, BP, Rio Tinto, Syngenta, Glaxo-Smithkline and Unilever on social investment strategies in developing markets, along with INGO’s on constructing and implementing private/public sector partnerships. He holds an LLB and an MSc. in Development Studies (SOAS) and a Doctorate in Economics (LSE).

Julian Parr

Independent Consultant

Poonam Joshi

She is the Executive Director of the Ashmore Foundation, the philanthropic arm of London headquartered Asset Manager, Ashmore Group. The Foundation seeks to support civil society organisations operating in the Emerging Markets who focus on improving incomes and livelihood opportunities for disadvantaged and marginalised communities. The Foundation currently operates in Colombia, India, Indonesia, and Turkey and is in the process of identifying new investment opportunities in Ghana, Peru and the Philippines. Prior to joining the Ashmore Foundation in 2014, She has worked at Comic Relief focusing on the implantation of their African Diaspora initiative. She holds BA in Philosophy and Politics, an MA in International Relations.

Rupal Mistry

Executive Director - Ashmore Foundation, UK

She is a Research Fellow at the Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility. Her research and writing take an interdisciplinary and transnational perspective in understanding labour markets, migration, and variegated citizenship. She focuses on female labor migration for employment in the garment, domestic, and other work sectors provide a prism for understanding interactions between gendered social governance and legal, financial, and political regimes. She has completed her JD from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, a BA in English and Ethnicity, Race and Migration from Yale University, and is a Ph.D. Candidate in Jurisprudence and Social Policy at Berkeley Law.

Shikha Silliman Bhattacharjee


She leads the research vertical at Jan Sahas and works on action-oriented research that aids in the creation of data-backed interventions. She brings in 8 years of experience in research and public policy projects. She has a strong background in action research using mixed-method approaches. Prior to working at Jan Sahas, she has worked at Women and Girls Lead Global, and led the digital evaluation and learning component of the gender sensitization projects. She has experience in working on USAID, Gates Foundation and Government of India funded projects. She holds a Masters degree in Social Psychology from the London School of Economics, UK.

Aarya Venugopal

Director - Research

He leads the Jan Sahas - Legal Team and coordinates all the Legal Work of Jan Sahas along with facilitating the incubation of the Lawyers Initiative Forum, a forum of lawyers from marginalised communities. Amber completed his law from Jamia Millia Islamia in 2018 and then did his Masters of Law in Access to Justice from Tata Institute of Social Science 2019.

Amber Fatmi

Thematic Director - Legal Support

He is working with Jan Sahas for the last 5 years, his work focuses on ending sexual violence against women and children. Currently, he is leading a team of over 200 members to end sexual violence against women and children with a multi-prolonged approach such as Prevention, Response, Rehabilitation and Systemreform. He has played a crucial role in designing, planning and implementation of national campaign called ‘Dignity March’, a campaign to end sexual violence against women and children. Amu has completed M.A. in Social work from Tata Institute of Social Sciences.

Amu Vinzuda

Thematic Director - Violence Against Children

She is a practising psychologist with 3 years of experience. She has completed her M. A. in Applied Psychology (with a specialisation in Clinical Psychology) and B. A. in Psychology (honours). She has also completed courses in Forensic Psychology, Restorative Justice and Community Mental Health.

Prior to working at Jan Sahas, she practised as an online therapist. Currently, as a lead for mental health team at Jan Sahas she manages and train a team of professional and barefoot counsellors to provide psychosocial services at the grassroot level, and oversee awareness and sensitization initiatives on mental health.

Apurva Sapra

Thematic Director - Mental Health

He leads Land & Property Rights vertical with Jan Sahas. At Jan Sahas he has taken responsibility at various levels since he joined in the year 2009. Prior to this, he has also worked in social justice campaign and bonded labour program. His work involves strategic collaboration with government, grassroots organisation and institutional partners. He has a Master's degree in Political Science and Master of Social Work in Dalit and Tribal Studies & Action, from Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai.

Gajraj Solanki

Thematic Director - Land and Property Rights

He leads Human Resource vertical in Jan Sahas. Hirendra left his corporate career in Human Resources to join Jan Sahas, to build a structured organization to attract skilled personnel who will contribute to the organization's goal. He holds a Masters degree in Human Resource Management and Labour Welfare. His area of specialisation is talent acquisition, conflict management, organisation policy drafting and SOP drafting and implementation.

Hirendra Kankarwal

Manager - Human Resource

She leads the Monitoring Evaluation Learning (MEL) vertical at Jan Sahas. She closely works with the program team in strengthening and building robust MEL frameworks, data synthesis, and overall organizational development. Her primary focus is to capture impact, align programs with the MEL framework, ensure transparent and evidence-based program delivery. Her past experience includes working with United Way of Mumbai and Prerana. She has a Master’s degree in Development Studies from Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai, and a Bachelor's degree in Social Work from College of Social Work, Nirmala Niketan, Mumbai.

Jayadarshini R

Manager - Monitoring Evaluation & Learning

Jyoti manages Corporate Partnerships in the Fundraising vertical at Jan Sahas. Her core experience includes areas such as vocational education, women empowerment, livelihood and empowerment of persons with disabilities. She is inclined towards capacitating and building skills of migrant workers in the construction industry.

Jyoti Verma

Manager - Corporate Partnerships

He began his journey with Jan Sahas in 2003 as a volunteer and has a rich experience from the grassroots. He joined Jan Sahas in 2004 as a full-time employee and since then he has supported various groups and has been leading program team on the issues of labour rights. His strong association with various stakeholders has helped us in establishing linkage government institutions and private partners. He holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from Vikram University, Madhya Pradesh.

Karan Rathor

Manager - Government Relations & Advocacy

She began her journey with Jan Sahas as a volunteer 17 years ago and she currently holds the position of Thematic Lead. She has accumulated rich and dynamic experience in legal advocacy and project management over the years.

In 2002, she participated in a nationwide campaign to free manual scavengers across 100 districts and progressed to lead the Dignity March, a survivor-led march, across 200 districts of India. Programmes under her leadership have provided direct socio-medico and legal support to nearly 7k survivors of violence. She holds a Master’s degree in Law from Vikram University, Madhya Pradesh.

Kranti Khode

Thematic Director - Sexual Violence Against Women

He leads the administrative work at Jan Sahas, and is responsible for all the logistics and travel plans for 450 staff members of Jan Sahas. His role has been very important in the growth of the organization, and his 11 years of experience has helped support each vertical to hold a stronger stead through administrative structures he has built throughout for Jan Sahas.

Lalit Vaid

Officer - Administration

She manages the Institutional Partnerships in the Fundraising vertical at Jan Sahas. She initially was responsible for documentation and reporting, and she has grown and groomed herself to hold a strong foot in the institutional fundraising space within the system in the past three years of her association with Jan Sahas. She is passionate about working towards gender equality and justice. Monalika holds a Postgraduate Degree in Social Work, with a special focus on women centered practices, from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. Her key interest and aspiration lies in supporting grassroots to raise resources for their groundbreaking work in the area of Human Rights and Development.

Monalika Tiwari

Manager - Institutional Partnerships

He manages ECCE concentrating on aspects like food and nutrition security in Damoh district of MP. He has been with Jan Sahas since 2017, and is working intensively towards a holistic development of the program through different technicalities of nutrition and pre-education. He holds a Masters degree in Social work in Dalit & Tribal Studies and Action, from TISS Mumbai.

Mukesh Ba

Thematic Director - Early Childhood Care & Education

He leads the overall field operations for Jan Sahas. He joined Jan Sahas in the year 2005, as a cluster coordinator for an education program focused on socially excluded children in Madhya Pradesh. He has developed various skills while working Jan Sahas at various levels. He has by far successfully coordinated and implemented 12 projects within the organization. He defines his strengths as to be a strong team player and project implementation on ground.

Omprakash Malwiya

Director - Field Operations

He has varied experience in migration and labour issues in construction, agriculture and other sectors. He specializes in Project Management, Monitoring & Evaluation and Donor Management. He leads the safe migration of construction workers program in India, that is backed strongly by a 100 member team. He is instrumental in the implementation of a unique, first-of-its-kind tracking system that intends to track 100k migrant workers over the course of 2 years. Prateek holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. He also has a Certification on Labour Migration from Azim Premji University, Bangalore.

Prateek Priyadarshi

Manager - Safe Migration

He leads Finance at Jan Sahas and is instrumental in the setting up of an effective and efficient financial system, and in mentoring personnel to develop a highly motivated team. He has over 25 years of dynamic experience in management of finance teams, supervision of program funds, budgeting, reporting, trust accounting, statutory compliance and upkeep of projects.

His past experience includes working in senior roles with the British High Commission, British Council Global Management services, Oman Embassy, and other reputed firms. He holds degrees in Commerce,Education,Law and MBA in Finance from reputed universities.

Rajesh Batra

Director - Finance

He has extensive experience in human rights activities especially focusing on the issues of Manual Scavenging. Since the last 14 years, he has been engaged with Jan Sahas and worked at various levels for the rehabilitation and abolishment of inhuman practices. He was also a research associate to Impact Assessment Study on implementation of Manual Scavenging Act 2013. He has also been a member of the Central Monitoring Committee under Manual Scavenging Act. Currently, he leads Manual Scavenging theme in Jan Sahas. He holds a degree in M.Sc. Chemistry.

Sanjay Dumane

Thematic Director - Manual Scavenging

She leads the Partnerships Initiative at Jan Sahas, her work includes bringing together civil society organisations in India as well as in South Asia. With 13+ years of experience in working with various stakeholders and advocating for rights of women and children, she supports organisations in planning, strategizing, fundraising and undertaking interventions.

She is also coordinating the ‘Maitri Network’, a nationwide linkage of 15 organisations across 9 states of India to address issues of socially discriminated women and also takes care of external partners across South Asia. She has a strong background in human rights activism and worked extensively on the issue of child sexual abuse closely with the Child Welfare Committees in Delhi. Previously, she was Director of the Women Justice Initiative at Human Rights Law Network. She has a Masters in Human Rights from University of London, UK.

Smriti Minocha

Director - Partnerships

She leads the Fundraising unit at Jan Sahas. She has 13+ years of experience in Fundraising in the social market, concentrated mainly in HNI and Corporate giving. She has successfully set up systems and structures pertaining to fundraising for her past organizations and is designing the systems for Jan Sahas to tap to the varied donor base in India.

Besides Fundraising, her interests are inclined towards organization development and communications, to build a leading and a bankable non-profit in the social market. She has a Masters in Social Entrepreneurship from NMIMS, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Rights from Indian Institute of Human Rights, Delhi.

Sneha Lonkar

Director - Fundraising

He leads livelihood and skill development vertical, for its fundraising, project management and implementation. He has acquired a Master's degree in Development from Azim Premji University, Bangalore and worked with Datta Meghe groups of schools as curriculum and pedagogy designer cum teacher for a year at the initial years of his professional life. Further to this, he has closely worked with the human right based organization.

Before joining the Jan Sahas team, he was working with Samhita Social Ventures, Mumbai, where he helps the company to drive skill development programs and was closely managing, monitoring, and implementing the programs for clients like Sriram Transport Finance Company, L&T, Lenovo, Jet Airways and CIBIL.

Sufaid V

Thematic Director - Livelihood and Skill Development

He leads the Communications vertical at Jan Sahas. He specializes in content generation and engagement on an interactive platform. With his experience of 8 years in communication plan and strategies and participatory media methods with non-profits and government institutions, he is managing organizational campaigns and developing effective methods for outreach through technology.

He has also produced documentary films and radio content for corporate as well as developing sector organisations. His films have featured in national and international film festivals. In his previous roles, he has worked with Tata Trusts, Bihar Vikas Mission, UNICEF, University of Hyderabad and Ideosync.

Sumit Singh

Manager - Communications