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Vikas Gora: From a family inspired by Gandhi’s legacy to becoming a global development and disaster management professional

His grandfather worked closely with Mahatma Gandhi, so from an early age Vikas had a strong commitment to social change and community development.  In this episode he discusses his education, his experience as a Rotary Peace Fellow and the key trends and skills in the International Development and Disaster Management fields.

Episode 7 of Season 5 is brought to you by The Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info is below)

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As a Rotary World Peace Fellow (2006-08), Vikas is currently the Deputy Director at Save the Children, India.  He is an expert in the field of disaster and emergency management  with strong experience coordinating & implementing programming at the global and national levels with  inter-agency platforms including  humanitarian agencies, the U.N., and NGOs. 

 

Key links:

Save the Children

Vika’s Gora video lecture

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