Envisioning a World Where People Live in Harmony

Make The World Wonderful is an NGO established in 2015 by Meghana Dabbara at the age of 17 with the vision of a world where people live in harmony.

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Envisioning a World Where People Live in Harmony

Make The World Wonderful is an NGO established in 2015 by Meghana Dabbara at the age of 17 with the vision of a world where people live in harmony.

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Core Team

Meghana Dabbara

Founder

Meghana has visualized a world where people cooperate with each other and live in harmony. She believes that the answer to the question "How can we make this world a happier place to live in?" lies in the fundamentals of building harmony and trust among people. Her clarity in thinking and maturity in decision making is reflected in her execution all the time, and Meghana has become a source of inspiration for all those around her.

Meghana Dabbara

Founder

Meghana has visualized a world where people cooperate with each other and live in harmony. She believes that the answer to the question "How can we make this world a happier place to live in?" lies in the fundamentals of building harmony and trust among people. Her clarity in thinking and maturity in decision making is reflected in her execution all the time, and Meghana has become a source of inspiration for all those around her.

Khyathi Chodagiri

Khyathi is very committed to what she does. Her lively personality spreads positive vibes to those around her. Khyathi strongly desires to build a great ecosystem for children where they can grow happily.

Saumyasri Katuri

Saumya, born and brought up in California, is a Karate black belt holder, a musician, and more. Her dynamic and bold personality added to her responsible nature makes her get things done. Driven by passion, she dreams of making a difference in people’s lives.

Pranita Garimella

Pranita, who grew up in New York, is very understanding and compassionate. Her friendly and creative nature complements her calm personality. Pranita wants to make people’s lives happier and easier by empowering them to solve their own problems.

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Society Body Members

200+

Volunteers

1,00,000+

Supporters, including supporters from every state in India and 80+ countries around the world

OUR APPROACH

Child Adoption Program (CAP)

The young team believes that in order to bring about a change in society, one must start at the grassroot level. They believe that in a society, the grassroots are the children.

Through this program, they aim to raise a generation of children in an empowering culture of harmony by fostering positive attitudes and transferring the right values to them.

The team began a pilot in Medchal, Hyderabad with 50 underprivileged children. They took the full responsibility of these kids (including food, accommodation, education, etc). They built the harmony that they wished to see in the world among these children first. Currently, they’re also working on another approach to CAP.

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100% Transparency

Make The World Wonderful has implemented a policy called 100% Transparency, through which all their finances, policies, and program details are openly displayed online, on their website. Anyone at any time can open the website, view, and verify the finances.

Every rupee spent (including a photocopy of the bill), every decision made and every activity conducted can be viewed on the website.

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OUTREACH

Make The World Wonderful Campaign

In tribute to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, the team launched a campaign in 2015 with the objective to reach out to at least one lakh supporters - people who believed that initiatives like Make The World Wonderful are needed in today's society - across the world by October 15, 2017.

Within 2 years of its inception, they gained the support of:

1 Lakh+

Supporters

80+

Countries

29

States of India

300+

Institutions

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The core team has also been selected (out of thousands of applicants worldwide) to represent the cause and country at international platforms, including the United Nations Youth Assembly (UN Headquarters, New York), Asia Pacific Leader Conference (Malaysia), Young Global Change Makers Summit (Switzerland), and more, where their work and efforts were highly appreciated.

At Asia Pacific Leader Conference (Malaysia)
Talk at Inspire NextGen Event, Singapore
At Young Global Change Makers Summit (Switzerland)

International Conferences

At Asia Pacific Leader Conference (Malaysia)
Talk at Inspire NextGen Event, Singapore
At Young Global Change Makers Summit (Switzerland)

The core team has also been selected (out of thousands worldwide) to represent the country and share their cause on international platforms, including the United Nations Youth Assembly (UN Headquarters, New York), Asia Pacific Leader Conference (Malaysia), Young Global Change Makers Summit (Switzerland), and more, where their work and efforts were highly appreciated. They’ve also been invited to deliver guest seminars at institutions across India, like IIT KGP, NIT Raipur, BIT Mesra, where they have inspired more youth with their work. Meghana has also given a TEDxYouth Talk, which was very appreciated.

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Eminent Personalities

With Prof. Uma Maheshwar Rao, Director, NIT Surathkal
With Shri Anurag Sharma, former DGP - Telangana
With Mr.Jan Smejkal, China & APAC Community Director at Startup Grind!

The team has presented their work to many eminent personalities (government officials, academicians, and more) and received their moral support, advice, and suggestions.

Some of the respected individuals they have shared their work with include Shri Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog; Dr. TGK Murthy, Former Program Director, ISRO; Shri KT Rama Rao, IT Minister - Telangana; Shri Anurag Sharma, former DGP - Telangana; K. Uma Maheshwar Rao, Director NIT Surathkal; Ms. Angelica Silvero - Head of Speaker's Bureau, World Bank; Mr. Rizmel Nazrin - President of Youth Parliament, Malaysia.

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With Prof. Uma Maheshwar Rao, Director, NIT Surathkal
With Shri Anurag Sharma, former DGP - Telangana
With Mr.Jan Smejkal, China & APAC Community Director at Startup Grind!
The Times of India
The Hindu

In The Media

The Times of India
The Hindu

Because of their astounding work, Make The World Wonderful has also been approached by and featured across several international, national, regional, and local media, who came forward to spread the word about the team's work even further.

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