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PEP ASIA TO FRAME A NEW COLOR WITH RANG DE!

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PEP ASIA partners with Rang De to help them the underprivileged and eradicate poverty in India. Portrait & Event Photography (PEP) is a unique initiative by three likeminded individuals from different walks of life- Joseph Radhik, Joshua Karthik and Arjun Rajan, to elevate learning in photography. The event scheduled between 21st-24th April in Mumbai is exceptional in more than one ways, they also have various creative and interactive partnerships for this event. One such partnership, that benefits none but the society is Rang De!

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PEP will donate a portion of the fees that each participant will pay for the conference towards microcredit to low income entrepreneurs and students via their partnership with the NGO, Rang De. Beyond PEP Asia, PEP has also committed to doing activities through Rang De around the year, bringing the larger PEP community directly in touch with the most underprivileged sections of society, and in turn, taking their stories to the rest of the world.

The words ‘rang de’ denotes color and exuberance and that is the impact they want their efforts to have on the people they reach out to. Their vision is to make poverty history in India by reaching out to underserved communities through microcredit. They are striving to do this through a network of committed field partners and social investors, by offering microcredit that has a positive impact on business, education, health and environment of the communities we work with.

A good deed is a simple and universal vision and the three visionaries behind this event aim at spreading goodness not only to its participants but also to the society.

 

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