If we did all the things we are capable of, we would literally astound ourselves !
When I first arrived in Naddi after resigning from my comfortable sales job at a tech giant in Mumbai, I had limited knowledge about the development sector and the catastrophic environmental challenges daunting our planet. The radical decision to leave a prosperous career in advertising technology and join Educare as an intern was fueled byRead More
On the move – Chemical to Renewable Engineering Making a portable solar light After studying Chemical Engineering in UK, I got interested in renewable energies. I came across the internship opportunities offered abroad in India by EduCARE India NGO in micro-scale renewable / alternative energy projects in EduCARE India. I spend the month ofRead More
(towards-a-sustainable-future-swash-project–educare-india-intern-steps) Just a short walk away from the main square in the village of Naddi lives a small community that we refer to as the “Shanney community”. It consists of eight families, about 40 people and although they are only a short distance away from the main village they tend to live their daily livesRead More
To give you all a bit of a back story to myself my name is Ethan Donovan and my mother Rachael Donovan moved to India to work with EduCARE in 2011. I have been a part of and known EduCARE for a long time now and watched the organisation develop and grow. But only thisRead More
Did the time fly or did it crawl? I honestly can’t tell. The last six months have not always been easy. I’ve cursed India, I’ve loved India, but in the end I’m leaving EduCARE feeling pretty good. I didn’t always embrace this experience, but about half way through my internship my attitude started to changeRead More
EduCARE is a unique NGO. It provides a great opportunity to participate in a variety of projects that almost cover for all the 17 SDGs at grassroots level. It was a very enriching experience to me as a young volunteer in cross-cultural settings.( Jamie, Volunteer from UK, June 2019 )
EduCARE India has been an excellent place for experiential learning and academic internships for our students for so many years. I definitely recommend it to those who are self-motivated and wish to explore and develop their leadership skills.( Shabab Ahmed, Ass Professor, Social Work Deptt, Central University, Dharamshala )
I have been associated with EduCARE India for over a decade now and I can say that it has been the most fruitful and satisfying journey of my life. Each year I derive satisfaction and happiness that whatever work that we are doing would contribute to a common cause and greater good of the world.( Rachael, ex - Intern / Fellow / Asst Director, 2011-2020 )
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