Recognition for Hasina Kharbhih
Hasina Kharbhih, founder of Impulse NGO Network, has over the years won several awards, and been recognised for her contributions to people and society, in an individual capacity, as well as through Impulse NGO Network. Some of the awards and recognition she’s been felicitated with are given below.
CNN-IBN India Positive Award, 2012
The CNN-IBN India Positive Awards salute those Indians who spread the spirit of goodness, and bring about positive change around them, through selfless acts of their own.
Impulse NGO Network founder Hasina Kharbhih was one of the select few Indians honoured at the inaugural edition of the award, for her work against child labour in the rat-hole mines of Meghalaya.
ICC Northeast Excellence Award, 2012
Hasina Kharbhih was conferred with the prestigious “North East Excellence Award” by the Indian Chamber of Commerce for her contribution as a social entrepreneur through Impulse Social Enterprises [ISE], and its contribution to the development of the North East Region.
ISE is a hybrid business model, under the second “P” of the Impulse Model, which relates to prevention of unsafe migration and human trafficking. | About the Award
GDN Global Development Award, 2012
The Impulse Model was selected as one of the top three models in the world for its innovative development and practice. INGON won the second prize in the competition for the most innovative development project category. Being awarded this prize has opened up wider regional replication of the model, in Myanmar, Bangladesh and Nepal.
Japan Social Activist-a Award, 2012
This award was conferred upon INGON Founder, Hasina Kharbhih, for taking the issue of child-labour in the rat-hole mines of Meghalaya, to global audiences, ensuring awareness in the supply-chain and investor community, resulting in the withdrawal of orders and investments in the sector, hence reducing the recruitment of child labour. | About the Award
Rising Talents Women’s Forum, 2007
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Rising Talents Global Council Group, 2007
The Women’s Forum Rising Talents Initiative aims to distinguish highly talented young women who are on their way to becoming influential figures in our economies and societies. This initiative is a commitment to promote women leaders and bring the vision of rising generations to the Women’s Forum. | About the Award
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