Friday, February 20, 2015

eNGO Challenge South Asia 2014 Award from Digital Empowerment Foundation(DEF) & Public Interest registry (PIB)

Certificate from DEF Delhi  and PIR - USA

Plaque  from DEF Delhi  and PIR - USA 


Dear friends and well wishers of AHM NGO!

We have got eNGO South Asia Level award from DEF and PIR for using social media for social enterprise products sale and Innovative women Social enterprise project completion.

AHM NGO Culture and Media division

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Community Radio voice for voiceless Indians - We need Sponsors from Donors, CSR

AHM NGO participated 3 day National Level work shop  from 09 to 11th February, 2015 Wayanad , Kerala in Association with Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Community Radio Association(CRA). 

In this three day seminar A -Z of Community radio has been teached by the CRA and concern ministry . 

The approximate cost of Setting up community radio is nearly 10 to 15 Lacks.

We want to start Community radio so we need donors and CSR partners.

Friends do not hesitate to spread this news to all. We are mobilizing fund to kick start the community radio. 

Why we are starting the community radio 

1. To Reach out un reached  rural folk

2. To run by the community for the community of the community, AHM NGO will be a legal holder of the community Radio Station and its sustainability

3. To bring out the talents of young people , Children, Youths, Women, Farmers, Tribals  and unreached rural population 

4. To know the power of mass media with in the community

5. The Alternative media for grassroots level people.

6. To do our Social work in a remote villages of Tamil Nadu.

7. To show case the talents of village people

8. To change the people more informative and updated 

9. The only available media for unreached 

10 To give all kind  of awareness and best practices with in the local community. 


For more details

Please contact Arockia raj.C

Mobile:  9443596715



Chennai Tech Camp - 2015 By U.S.Consulate . Samhita Social Venture and Global India Fund

Group of Participants from NGOs, Stella Maris and Madras Institute of Social Service
Group Activities

US Public Affairs  Officer

Bharathi Natesan EC , Mr.John Kenndey and Mr.Nagapushanam

Dear Friends and Well Wishers of AHM NGO!

We have participated Chennai Tech Camp 2015 at Hotel Savera .

It is very useful to AHM NGO to upgrade it ICT Knowledge.

TechCamp Chennai – Using Technology For Social Good

Technology is playing a key role in revolutionizing the social sector. From donor engagement, volunteer management to fundraising and from program delivery to impact evaluation, technology has become crucial to every major non-profit’s operations.

Technology needn’t be expensive nor its usage difficult to comprehend. Technologists and large companies and foundations are working to provide low or no cost and scalable technological solutions for the non-profit sector such as . There also exists open source tools which are free of cost such as Dimagi for project implementation and reporting, for data collection, Ushahidi for crowd-mapping and crisis management.

Yet, a majority of non-profits do not effectively utilize technology platforms either due to lack of access to the right personnel or lack of know-how.

Keeping this in mind, the U.S. Consulate General, Chennai in collaboration with Samhita Social Ventures and Global India Fund, sought to empower participants with new and emerging technology resources through TechCamp Chennai.  Over 65 leaders from the social sector, 13 university students and 10 technology experts attended the event on February 06, 2015 at Hotel Savera, Chennai.

TechCamp Chennai is a part of the U.S. State Department’s Civil Society (CS) 2.0 initiative that connects civil society organizations (CSOs) across the globe with new and emerging technology resources to solve real world challenges and build digital capacity.

The day started with a lively address fromU.S. Consul General Chennai, Philip A Min, who emphasized, “Our goal today is to provide a forum in which non-profit organizations and NGOs can work with experts in technology to improve their digital literacy and find low and no cost online resources and applications.”

This was followed by Sriram Ayer, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of NalandaWay Foundation’s key note speech. He highlighted the importance of a website as a tool to reaching a wider audience as it will help organizations extend their services. Speaking on the effective use of technology to maximize impact, he said, “Today, it is a must for any community stakeholder in the country to be technologically updated.”

10 technology experts trained participants in the use of latest tech platforms to collect, represent and share data, raise awareness, enhance visibility, increase outreach, mobilize supporters and raise funds through crowd-funding, mapping and social media.

After quick ice-breakers, participants chose to be part of breakout sessions that they found most relevant to their requirements. Participants were broken up into 7 groups and proceeded to separate sessions with trainers who have had experience working with nonprofits. The themes of the breakout sessions were as follows:

  • Srini Swaminathan – Telling your story matters: Guide to effective crowd-sourcing

  • Kiruba Shankar – Who are you in the digital world?

  • Sorav Jain – A to Z of Facebook Advertising

  • Suneil Chawla – Insight into Digital Marketing

  • Siddharth Hande – Navigate your way to change: A session on mapping

  • Srinivasan Anandan – Technology as an enabler: Leveraging Microsoft tools

  • Alagunambi Welkin & Yogesh Girikumar – The world of free technology tools

The breakout sessions saw participants working together with technology experts to find solutions that could help them tackle challenges in their sectors.

TechCamp Chennai was a resounding success and a highly interactive event. The participants were not only empowered with new ideas and knowledge but also excited about the connections they had developed to access long-term mentoring and support.

Thanks  to U.S.Consulate . Samhita Social Venture  and Global India Fund



Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Wanted investor ,Angels, CSR Partners and VC

Dear friends and well wishers of AHM NGO,

We have developed an innovative women social enterprise model, We have finished our project successfully and want to replicate this model. We need donors , VC, CSR Partners,We have developed a scientific selection tool, project monitoring and evaluation tools. You can come and visit our model.

 Thanks and regards

AHMNGO resource mobilization team