Social workers (CSRidentity.com calls them as celebrities because they help communities they serve and are almost like celebrities)

As of now, we share some social workers in India.
From now to 28.3.2019, we plan to start inviting NGOs / NPOs and others to share names of social workers in countries other than India.

In India, we may start sharing the names in many files and these files are indiaA, IndiaB ... which means we will start sharing the files in English alphabetical order and not districtwise. Of course we will share the links to indiaA, indiaB, indiaC ... from the index page of India.

We treat social workers in Thane district separately and will start sharing their names in Thane folder because Thane is our global example district of India.

By 31 March 2019, we plan to share 200 000 plus social worker names from 50 plus countries. Of course the number can go to much higher, if the response from social workers, the organisation they are working, media ... is good.

There are millions of social workers in the world, but in the first two years we will share only senior social workers by their designation (Seniority not by age but qualification, experience, designation).

We know these professional social workers may change institutions or place of work and therefore the institute or ... so we will not share the name of the institute but just the name of the person.

If you want to share any name, email Datacentre@CSRidentity.com

 

Identity of Social workers
As a responsible social worker, one must look at the Sustainability & Reputation tree branches & leaves and pick up those braches & leaves relevant to them.

We are concerned about Reputation of the sector because we know it is not just an individual reputation but it is an integration of Social workers across the country.

CSRidentity.com will share interviews of related experts on what they think is the Identity of the sector and what must be done to enhance the identity.