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Social technology involving local Indian volunteers
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It makes sense to include local - that is: Indian - volunteers in our volunteer efforts to help local NGO's in reaching their goals, alongside international volunteers. One of our goals for 2010,…Continue

Tags: social, media, technology, in, Volunteering

Started this discussion. Last reply by Amaidi Dec 29, 2009.

International Volunteering & Fundraising
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Nutshell: I run a voluntary agency in India. I invite international volunteers and connect them with Indian organizations that wants to work with them. These volunteer often donate money - while…Continue

Tags: development, communities, India, NGO's, volunteering

Started this discussion. Last reply by Amaidi Dec 8, 2009.

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Anything you would like to say about you or your projects?
I started AMAIDI Volunteering in India, the purpose obviously mentioned in the name, in July 2006 in India itself, where I live. I recently started The AMAIDI Foundation to help my Indian partners - where volunteers work - to raise funds. I'm now looking forward to exploit the Social Media to its fullest potential to achieve my targets in my two ventures.

Great to be here with you all,
Greetings from India,

Camille (from the Netherlands)
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A New Way To Engage Volunteers In Local Development in India

I'm running a volunteering agency called 'AMAIDI Volunteering in India', located near Pondicherry, South-India. Every year about 70 volunteers from all over the globe come and work in Indian organizations, mostly charitable Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs). Next to their physical and/or intellectual contribution, many volunteers plan to contribute in cash towards the aims of 'their' organization. They figure out - some of them real fast - what is needed the most, have a chat (or two) with… Continue

Posted on December 7, 2009 at 3:31

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At 14:23 on December 25, 2009, Amaidi said…
Just an hour ago Baby Sarah's Home, our partner in Ariyankuppam (Pondicherry) hosting an orphanage and center for mentally challenged children, joined the AMAIDI Foundation NING site, spearheading the use of the site.

Thank you Karthikeyan!

Camille
At 17:12 on December 18, 2009, Rajendran said…
Dear Camillie
Yes, we chalked out preparation of case studies, phamplet etc for using in fund rising campaign. He is very serious in the job and is trying to elicit funding support to us from Denmark. First up all we thank you for bringing in good volunteers like Laura and Mads. This week we sketched out the whole work plan. Since it was difficult to proceed without translation a translator was arranged. Already he has begun the job. Hope it is going to be very good products. Once again we thank you. M.Rajendran
At 16:35 on December 12, 2009, Rajendran said…
Mads is doing well. We disucssed about the work. Creation of materials for fund raising was the need of the hour for EXIST Trust. We both agreed on that. Now he is doing pilot visit. Next week finalise the questionaire for the said purpose. From then on he will concentrate on -creation of case studies, fliers, phamplets etc..Now I am in Bangalore. I will ask him to send mail to you on Monday.
M. Rajendran
At 16:34 on December 12, 2009, Amaidi said…
It's wonderful to see how people from China are highly motivated to come over to India to volunteer. We don't get that response from other Asian volunteers. I wonder what makes the Chinese youngsters so special. Our very first Chinese volunteer - Ray Chang from Shanghai - immediately offered to become our very first foreign 'ambassador' in China. Kudos, Ray!
 
 
 

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