YSE Study Trip in Mumbai

9 multinational teams from SIF’s 2014 Young Social Entrepreneurs (YSE) programme were recently in Mumbai for an exciting and dynamic one-week study visit programme from 8 - 14 June 2014.

The study visit saw the teams undergo mentorship programmes led by prominent Indian social entrepreneurs, corporate leaders and academics - aimed at enabling and equipping the youths to become effective change makers, for the business of doing good.

Ready.. Steady.. Strike! - Yee Chong, SIF's 2014 YSE participant from team UBUNTU, having a ball with children from #MagicBus, a non-profit organization set up with the mission of ensuring India’s poorest children and youth to move out of poverty.
Last item off the must do checklist for our young entrepreneurs - A selfie group shot! Capturing the friendships forged between our international 2014 YSE participants over the week-long study trip in Mumbai.
The 2014 YSE Study Visit cumulating with a close at SIF! Connects in Mumbai.The event reconnects our programme partners and alumni in India, YSE participants and our Friends of Singapore (FOS) community. Guests at the event also learnt about SIF’s capacity building programmes in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka in the areas of healthcare and education.
Ready, Set, Go! Our 2014 YSE participants and children from the Magic Bus community having a ball - at a game of football, organized by Magic Bus, a non-profit organization set up with the mission of ensuring India’s children and youth in need move out of poverty.
Learning tons from a visit to Monitor Deloitte's India office, a company which focuses on finding financially sustainable solutions to social and development issues.
One of our 2014 YSE teams - Hejo Green Fertilizer, from Indonesia, applying new insights gained on their business model after an engaging and stimulating workshop on “Defining Social Entrepreneurship”, conducted by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) - the first school of social work in India.
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