Director of India at the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, one of the UKs largest charitable foundations
Sachin worked previously as programme director at the Rajiv Ghandi Foundation, leading its work on community education and before that as senior programme officer for health at the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust, the premier independent foundation in India. Sachin worked for many years as the founding executive director of ARAVALI, which helps other NGOs in Rajasthan with training and other capacity building (and which is currently funded by PHF). Sachin is a trustee of four NGOs. He is particularly interested in community education and migration.
The long-running debate over whether or not the UK should give state aid to India appears to have been settled with Justine Greening's announcement that the Department for International Development will cease sending money to India from 2015.
07/12/2012 17:42 GMT
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