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CSR is Conscience
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Each nation,
a Developed Nation
Zambia country is a Brand
Zambia

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Greats

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Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Zimbabwe

 
World is an integration of all countries
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Corporates invest in Branding themself and their products or services.

Its time they realise for corporate Board & CEO
MS is Mind Share
for Marketing teams
MS is Market Share

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Health needs wealth

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Test your Knowledge

Name is Brand name
50000 corporates
A : Adidas ..
B : Barclays ..
C : Canon ..
D : Datar Genetics ..
E : Ericsson ..
F : Fedex ..
G : Geberal Electric ..
H : HSBC, HUL ...
I : Infosys ...
J : J&J ...
K : KIA ..
L : Loreal ..
M : M & M, Mastek ..
N : Nike, Nokia ..
O : Oracle..
P : Power China ...
Q : Quanta Computer
R : Rio Tinto, Roche ..
S : Samsung, SBI ..
T : Tata Motors, TCS ..
U : Unilever ..
V : Vodafone, Volvo ..
W : Walmart ..
X : Xiaomi ..
Y : YangoLongking Gr..
Z : Zurich Insurance Gr..
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Every corporate, funding agency, philanthropist, celebrity can fund 1 or 2 or 50 or 100 or 200 NGOs (unless ther prime focus is get funds for NGOs).
They know there are great NGOs in different countries doing similar or better work (in terms of quality as well as scale), but they cant fund all.
So it is important that they promote or at least share the NGO partner with other donors so that the NGO gets more funds which are used to help people.


We have experience in Branding (Advertising, PR, Social PR, Identity), so we can help them Brand the NGOs they help because Branding matters.
Donors must do Brand Surgery of NGOs they financially support.
While we share all NGOs (whether funded by others or no funding by others), we share success stories of NGO brands from any country in the world.
UN Goodwill Ambassadors
UNESCO
FAO
UNDP
UNHCR
WHO
UNODC
UNFPA
Women
Funding Agencies

Funding Agencies
FAs by celebrities

Philanthropists

From India
From all countries

FAs by philanthropists

Corporate Foundations
From India
From all countries

Greats
Scientists
Discoveries
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Olympic Gold Medallists

NGO Brands
NGOs

21 000 NGO Founders
NGO Tree Guidelines

Funding Proposals
Ashoka

2.3 % or 0.00775%


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Giants clubs
Kiwanis clubs

Value Education
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5000 Global celebrities
Academic celebrities
Advertising agencies
Administration
Adventure
Architects
Arts
Authors
Bloggers 
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Developmental celebs
Drama
Economy
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Environment
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Film names
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Health
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Music celebrities
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Philosophers
Photographists
Poets
PR agencies
Royalty
Science
Singers
Spiritual
Sports celebrities
Television
Traditional medicine
Yoga
 
Celebrities have far greater influeing power.
We share celebrities countrywise

In speical celebrities, we will only share those celebrities which help social causes and they can be from any country including India because special celebrities have global status & not countrywise status