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Ms. Kakoli Roy


Ms. Kakoli, the Founder of Hope On Foundation since 2013, has dedicated the past 16 years of her life to serving the NGO sector and bringing about positive change in the community. Her work spans a wide range of social issues, including Women's Empowerment, Human Trafficking, Prisoner's Rights, Community Development, Health, Self-Help Groups, and Education of Children and Women etc.


With a passion for ensuring the legal rights of individuals, Ms. Kakoli visited and inspected 21 state prisons across India. During these visits, she personally interacted with over 600 inmates, striving to provide them with the necessary support and information to secure their rights within the prison system. Additionally, she has been instrumental in rescuing and repatriating more than 1500 survivors of trafficking, providing them with the assistance and care they need to rebuild their lives.


Her commitment also extends to helping underprivileged children and women in various slums of Delhi, where she has positively impacted the lives of over 10000 individuals through education, livelihood, awareness, rescue and rehabilitation. 


Prior to establishing Hope On Foundation, Ms. Kakoli worked with esteemed organizations such as the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) and the "Stop Trafficking and Oppression of Children and Women" (Ramola Bhar Charitable Trust) in Delhi. Her experience in these organizations further strengthened her expertise and dedication to social causes.


Ms. Kakoli's contributions go beyond her direct work with NGOs. She serves as an External Member of the Sexual Harassment Committee at Digitup Solutions Pvt. Ltd., ensuring a safe and inclusive work environment. Additionally, she has served as a Board Member of the "Stop Trafficking and Oppression of Children and Women" (Ramola Bhar Charitable Trust) in Delhi, further amplifying her impact in the field. Furthermore, Ms. Kakoli's leadership extends to being the President of the self-help group 'KOSHISH'


Recognized for her expertise, Ms. Kakoli has been invited by various domestic and international forums in Sweden, Bangladesh, and Nepal to represent her organization and share its ideology on a global platform.


Ms. Roy's outstanding contributions and relentless efforts in raising menstrual awareness and combating menstrual injustice have not gone unnoticed. She has been nominated and certified for the prestigious Vedana Awards, organized by SarkariSchool and WeCitizens Foundation. This recognition is a testament to her dedication and commitment to this important cause.


In addition to her work in menstrual awareness, Ms. Roy has also been acknowledged and certified by the Delhi Government as a Corona Warrior for her remarkable efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Her exceptional work and contributions have made a significant impact on the community and have been recognized by the authorities.


Being a co-authored a niche report has been published "Report- Key to Transparency - Your Guide to using the Right to Information Act, 2005 to collect data about Indian Prisons (CHRI)".


Through her unwavering dedication, Ms. Kakoli continues to inspire change and make a significant difference in the lives of countless individuals and communities.



General Secretary

Ms. Arpita Roy presently working with Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India as Procurement Specialist. Over 23 years of experience she was worked in various State Governments. including Bihar, Odisha, M.P., Rajasthan, UP, Haryana, & Maharashtra for United Nations, World Bank, Global Fund, USAID, DFID, BMGF, Government of Norway etc. as Public Procurement & Project Management Specialist.



A post graduate in Media Management and Human Resources Management, her work experience ranges from media to education. In last 8 years, she also has been associated with many humanitarian agencies for projects related to health and DRR.



I am Badar Alam khan, a media professional, after completing my Mass Communication degree from renowned M.C.R.C, Jamia Millia Islamia worked in several News Channels and Production Houses. I also made some wonderful documentaries for different NGOs. Nowadays running my own youtube channel: Views News 77 successfully to fulfill my dreams to reach the more and more people through my own journey.


Vice President & Treasurer

Out of box thinker with skills of bringing or developing business in business with roburst strategic planing and alliances with a demonstrated working history in versatile industries. 
Exceptionally well organised with a track record that demonstrates self-motivation, creativity and initiative to achieve both personal & group goals.



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Ms. Jolly Majumdar is currently working as an Associate in DSV Global Transport and Logistics. Before joining corporate sector she has a social sector background and working with an ngo called "Stop Trafficking and Oppression of Children and Women" (Ramola Bhar Charitable Trust) Delhi.



I'm a woman who is not employed outside, but a full-time housewife with the work responsibility of home economist & family manager.
I'm a woman who is not employed outside, but a full-time housewife with the work responsibility of home economist & family manager.
I've been married for the past 44+ years. Have a husband and 2 kids from him, now both are married and made me the grandmother of their successors from each.

Volunteer members

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