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Our Governing body and Structure

A Board of Trustees governs INDCARE Trust. The General Body Meeting is held annually on the 7th of September, each year. During this meeting, the progress of the organization and its projects are reviewed; future plans are discussed. Financial and physical achievements are assessed and goals are set. Financial targets and budgets for the forthcoming year are decided.

About Our Executive Director

About our Executive Director
Mrs. Reeva Sood, is a sociologist by training and undertook her studies in Personal Management , Labour Welfare and Micro finance in India and abroad. She has been a scholar of the Harvard school in Financial Institution for Private Enterprise Development.
In the mid-80’s, Mrs. Reeva Sood became interested on gender issues at large, especially in their role in socio economic development in urban as well as in rural sectors of the society and stemming from this, the wider issue of the ‘role of the key stakeholders in development’ with specific focus on women as an important constituent of the society.
She was amongst a very early group of professionals from the ‘social/development sector’ in India to translate this interest into formal employment and entrepreneurship for women through Micro finance with the Government and other national and international partners, and was responsible for overseeing several aspects of gender empowerment, from providing them with access to livelihood options to enabling them to demand their right to live a life of dignity in a conducive environment. During this period Mrs. Reeva Sood was also at the forefront of advocacy amongst Governmental agencies, Indian business at various levels, and international organisations for what is referred today as empowerment of women through making them demand their right to urban shelter. Her international exposure to the field of gender empowerment has its origins in 1998/1999 when she represented India in Nepal and shared her experiences of Women Housing problems and Micro Finance issues in Urban Slums of Delhi, and has since then, expanded her experience in various countries, both developing and developed. She was also amongst the earliest proponents in India of Public-Private partnerships for Urban Habitat and Sanitation.
Mrs. Reeva Sood, after over 10 years in the civil society as a ‘practitioner’, decided to utilize her experience through the vehicle of her NGO, INDCARE Trust, on policy advocacy issues for Urban and Rural sanitation, Reproductive Child Health and Micro Finance. She has been serving as the Executive Director of INDCARE Trust since 1989.
Mrs. Reeva Sood is instrumental in forging partnerships with Government, both at the central and state level and many international organizations like the World Bank, IFAD, UNDP, GTZ, USAID,DFID and
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many other Asian regional associations, to name a few. These organizations have assisted her as well as her agenda in furthering the empowerment of women. She represents INDCARE at several cross-sector national and international fora like World Human Rights Congress, World Urban Forum, Asian Micro finance Summit Campaign, University of California, SAARC, etc in the field of Gender empowerment. One of her more remarkable, though varied, achievement has been propagating the concept of Nature cure and Yoga through action.About our Executive Director

Mrs. Reeva Sood, is a sociologist by training and undertook her studies in Personal Management , Labour Welfare and Micro Finance in India and abroad. She has been a scholar of the Harvard School in Financial Institution for Private Enterprise Development.

In the mid-80’s, Mrs. Reeva Sood became interested on gender issues, especially in their role in socio economic development in urban as well as in rural sectors of society. Stemming from this, the wider issue of the ‘role of the key stakeholders in development’ interested her, with specific focus on women as an important constituent of the society.

She is amongst a very early group of professionals from the ‘social/development sector’ in India to translate this interest into formal employment and entrepreneurship for women through Micro finance with the Government and other national and international partners. She  has been responsible for overseeing several aspects of gender empowerment, from providing them with access to livelihood options to enabling them to demand their right to live a life of dignity in a conducive environment. During this period Mrs. Reeva Sood was also at the forefront of advocacy amongst Governmental agencies, Indian business at various levels, and international organisations for what is referred today as empowerment of women through making them demand their right to urban shelter. Her international exposure to the field of gender empowerment has its origins in 1998/1999 when she represented India in Nepal and shared her experiences of Women Housing problems and Micro Finance issues in Urban Slums of Delhi, and has since then, expanded her experience in various countries, both developing and developed. She was also amongst the earliest proponents in India of Public-Private Partnerships for Urban Habitat and Sanitation.

Mrs. Reeva Sood, after over 10 years in the civil society as a ‘practitioner’, decided to utilize her experience through the vehicle of her NGO, INDCARE Trust, on policy advocacy issues for Urban and Rural sanitation, Reproductive Child Health and Micro Finance. She has been serving as the Executive Director of INDCARE Trust since 1989.

Mrs. Reeva Sood is instrumental in forging partnerships with Government, both at the central and state level and many international organizations like the World Bank, IFAD, UNDP, GTZ, USAID,DFID and many other Asian regional associations, to name a few. These organizations have assisted her as well as her agenda in furthering the empowerment of women. She represents INDCARE at several cross-sector national and international fora like World Human Rights Congress, World Urban Forum, Asian Micro finance Summit Campaign, University of California, SAARC, etc in the field of Gender empowerment. One of her more remarkable achievements has been propagating the concept of Nature Cure and Yoga through Action.

List of Board Members

S.No

Name

Address

Occupation

Educational qualifications and experience

1.

Mrs. Reeva Sood

Executive Director

151, Club Road

Sanik Farm, New Delhi


Mobile: 9971238222

Managing Trustee and Executive Director

Fellow from Financial Institution for Private Enterprise Development , 2005 Harvard University USA,

Post M.A.Diploma in Adult and Continuing Education & Extension, 2001, Experience over 20 Years

2.

Dr. Sandhya Chatterji

Trustee Member

C9/9405,

Vasant Kunj,

New Delhi


Landline: 26899350

Mobile: 9810507809

Consultant

Ph.D in Environmental Planning. International Consultant for Planning and Evaluation of Programs across Asia, India and Africa

for 20 years.

3.

Dr. Vandana Parti

Secretary

B-5/2,

Rajouri Garden, New Delhi


Landline: 25110686

Mobile:  9811418865

Medical Professional

(Community Health)

MBBS Practitioner. Has been involved in providing health -care to the underprivileged strata of the society.

4.

Mr. Munirathnam

Trustee Member

9,Old Huzur Office Building, Tirupathi

Pin:517511

Social Scientist & National Awardee from President of India

25 years of experience in grassroots implementation of the Micro Credit Programme

5.

Mr. Dipesh Chhomker

Trustee Member

138 H/A Street No. 4

Near Daya Memorial Hospital, Munirka Village, New Delhi – 110067


Mobile:  9811547002

Media Professional

10 years of the experience in the media

6.

Mr. Ajay Nangia

Trustee Member

 

E-153, Masjid Moth, Greater Kailash-III, New Delhi – 110048


Mobile:  9818340439

Interior Designer

10 years experience in community development especially in the area of sanitation

7.

Dr. Sonia

Trustee Member

Sector 21,House Number 273,Chandigarh


Landline: 24628428

Medical Professional

10 years experience

8.

Mr. AN Singhal Trustee

Member

A-20, Kakatia Apartments, I.P Extension 86,

Patparganj,

New Delhi-Pin: 110092


Landline: 22425138

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More than three decades in Micro Finance Enterprises, Rtd. as Sr. Official from NABARD

  • All Trustee Members work for INDCARE Trust on an honorary basis and receive no remuneration.
  • None of the Trustee Members traveled out of INDIA of behalf of the company for the year 2009-10.
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