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Mar 8, 2011

FEGG Shortlisted For IDM - World Bank Competition!

Improving learning levels for girls in Rajasthan
Improving learning levels for girls in Rajasthan

Dear Friends,

We are very happy to announce that FEGG has made it as a finalist in the India Development Marketplace (IDM 2011) competition. Our proposal to boost learning levels in Rajasthan has been shortlisted for the renowned long-term programme which is supported by the World Bank’s Development Marketplace in India.

The 30 shortlisted projects will present their proposals to an expert jury in Jaipur on the 6th of April 2011. At this event, the jury will select the final 13 winners of the 2011 India DM, who will be awarded $50,000 each to scale their projects.

This is the first stage of selections and we do have a long way to go! 

As always we are counting on your good wishes!

Warm regards.
Safeena Husain

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Educate Girls

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Project Leader

Safeena Husain

Executive Director
Mumbai, MH India

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