New Member Introductions 👋

Welcome new members! :wave:

We are glad you are here. This is a space where you can make new friends from around the world and keep in touch for solidarity, learning, sharing, and collaboration. Kindly note that this is also a civilized space, with guidelines, for the purpose of improving the discussions. Please take some time to go through our community guidelines.

Here in this topic, we bring together new members to celebrate your arrival.

Please introduce yourself! How did you find us and what prompted you to join? What are you working on right now that you want to share or that you need help with? Just add a reply using the blue Reply button at the bottom.

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  • @Edison Elias Mwakyembe- Rights for social change organization (RSCO) ( Tanzania)
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RAH (Revolutionary Action for Humanity) Foundation, India is a not-for-profit organization registered under the society’s Registration Act 1860. It was established by a group of young philanthropists in 2015 with the vision to build an inclusive India by pioneering a holistic model to address our nation’s multifaceted development challenges and contribute to its collective aspirations. Central to our philosophy is the commitment to enhance the quality of life of people from marginalized and vulnerable communities, by empowering them and catalyzing change through innovative and sustainable solutions. Our steadfast endeavor is to create replicable and scalable models of development through an integrated approach in the true spirit of maximizing societal value for all and making it a movement.

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Welcome to the Network for best future

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@EDISONELIASMWAKYEMBE @UbaidurRahman thanks for joining the introduction and sharing with us about your organization! We are excited to welcome you into our network. To start, I would encourage you to:

  • Explore the forum and the discussions that are taking place at the moment.
  • Explore the Resource Library , where you will find hundreds of resources about legal empowerment & access to justice.
  • Explore the Network’s Member Directory and see which organizations working in your country or region are also members of the Network!