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Name
Ash
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CHP
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About Me:
Dr. Ash Pachauri, the founder and director of the Centre for Human Progress (CHP) is a behavioural scientist and knowledge mobilisation expert. Dr. Pachauri has contributed extensively to developing knowledge-based mobilisation processes in India to strengthen leadership and empowerment of in- and out-of-school youth and communities at-risk of HIV. A strong advocate for public health and human rights issues, Dr. Pachauri has spearheaded processes to build the first national platform for community-led knowledge sharing in India and is now expanding the platform for mobilisation and empowerment of youth and communities within the Asia and the Pacific region.





With a PhD in decision behaviour and master's degree in international management, Dr. Pachauri worked with McKinsey & Company before pursuing a career in the social development arena. Dr. Pachauri’s experience in the field of public health, including sexual and reproductive health and rights and HIV prevention among youth and at-risk communities emerges from a range of initiatives including those of PATH, UNDP, IPPF, Avahan (the India AIDS initiative of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation) and CDC-funded interventions in the US. Dr. Pachauri has been engaged with research, implementation and capacity building of communities in social mobilisation, knowledge exchange and behaviour change communication. With a passion for internet technologies, Dr. Pachauri also developed the first electronic platform to support programmatic- and community-based knowledge exchange among Avahan-funded projects located in the six HIV high prevalence states of India.





Widely published, winner of the prestigious Overseas Research Scholarship, awarded for advanced studies in the U.K. and recognised for his academic achievements, Dr. Pachauri pursues interests in research and teaching through ongoing collaboration with academic institutions in India and the USA. He currently holds an assistant professorship position at the International Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) in New Delhi. He is also on the Board of several organisations, including AIESEC IIT Kharagpur.
My dream:
An empowered man, woman, young person, transgender...human being!
I'm proud of:
An opportunity to make a difference
What do I want to do to spread Community Life Competence?
Facilitate AIDS Competence in my community, Launch a facilitation team, Join a facilitation team, Share about AIDS Competence with potential partners; friends; colleagues, I want to apply SALT in my own life (S: Stimulate; Support; A: Appreciate; L: Listen; Learn; Link; T: Transfer; Team)
The small secretariat of the Constellation also needs help. Do you want to help? I want to:
Develop blended learning, Share AIDS Competence with potential partners, Knowledge Management

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Red Ribbon Rolls on the Road!

Posted on July 7, 2010 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

Dear All,



The Center for Human Progress (CHP) recently conducted a workshop to reduce HIV risks and vulnerabilities; and promote the health and welfare of truck drivers and helpers in Dadri, U.P. The initiative called Red Ribbon on the Road (RRR) was supported by IKEA and its partners. The agenda, included dialogue-based Interpersonal Communication (IPC), Magnet Theatre, Condolympics, HIV and health quiz and a health camp! Here is a link to the workshop report:…

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Publication on Knowledge FAN

Posted on April 11, 2010 at 5:00am 6 Comments

Dear All,
Greetings!


I returned a few weeks ago from Manipur after the first-of-its-kind youth and community festival was conducted in Manipur as part of the Knowledge FAN project in the north east.
The festival was attended by 300+ youth and communities from over 30 organisations across the two states. Key stakeholders including Dr. K. Pramodkumar, Project Director Manipur State AIDS Control Society, Mr. Ng. Nongyai, Honourable Member,…
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Knowledge FAN: Youth & Community Knowledge Sharing in the North East

Posted on February 19, 2010 at 8:30am 5 Comments

CHP, Care Foundation, Galaxy Club, Kripa Foundation and Prodigals' Home recently launched the Knowledge FAN project in the north eastern states of Manipur and Nagaland with the support of UNAIDS, India.…
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Happy 2010 and Counting Blessings!

Posted on January 9, 2010 at 9:00am 2 Comments

Dear All,



Greetings for the new year!



I hope you have all had a super holiday season!



As we begin 2010, we count our blessings for the invaluable support we have from our dear friends, colleagues and partners -- including each one of you. We would also like to convey a special thank you to IKEA for its wonderful work to make a difference in the lives of truck drivers in India.



At the end of December, IKEA, CHP, APL logistics and Albatross conducted a… Continue

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At 5:49pm on June 4, 2011, Abhimanyu Singh Tomar said…
Thank you so much for adding me.
At 10:25am on January 25, 2011, Rituu B. Nanda said…

A warm welcome to the youth competence group! The following three questions have been raised so far in the youth competence group:
1.How do we ensure sustainability in Youth led organizations? -by Ng Hui Xin, Malaysia
2. How do we promote positive living among young people?- by Ukeme Okon, Nigeria
3. How do we ensure sustainable livelihood in youth empowerment?- by Abass Kanu, Sierra Leone

I eagerly look forward to your sharing.

Rituu

At 10:23am on February 23, 2010, Ernest Noronha said…
Hi Ashok,

Finally you've arrived... Well great to have you here.
At 5:03am on February 23, 2010, Ash Pachauri said…
Hi Shirley, I love your work with communities!
At 5:02am on February 23, 2010, Ash Pachauri said…
Ashok, Oh My Gosh! The performances sound brilliant! I wish I could have been there! I cant wait to watch the videos, if there are any! Very warmly, Ash
At 7:53pm on February 22, 2010, Shirley Hoy said…
Hi Ash,

Thanks for the welcome. I am very much looking forward to joining in on the conversation.

Shirley
At 6:18pm on February 22, 2010, Ashok Row Kavi said…
Ash, was panel judge for Laxmi Transgender Beauty contest and there were some of the most thrilling dances I have ever seen.Of special interest were the Marathi transgender Tamasha players who won the all Maharashtra level dance competititions and wow were they glamour and glitter. Zeenat Aman and Celina Jetley were my co-judges and we had a ball.
At 8:25pm on December 3, 2009, Rituu B. Nanda said…
Hi Ash,

I am definitely attending the next performance. Hope you will post some pictures of the performance at launch of RRE including those of truck drivers who trained the MSM performers.

Cheers,

Rituu
At 6:10pm on November 8, 2009, Rituu B. Nanda said…
Dear Ash,

Many thanks for digging out so many resources on Truckers, collating them and posting them here. They are extremely useful. Your effort is highly appreciated. When do you take a break from work!

Cheers,

Rituu
At 6:34pm on October 31, 2009, Rituu B. Nanda said…
Dear Ash,

Welcome to the India-Kenya Group on truckers!

Warm regards,

Rituu
 
 
 

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