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Anis Bari

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Anis Bari
Born
🏳️ NationalityIndian
🎓 Alma materHarvard University, Asian Institute of Management
💼 Occupation
Social Entrepreneur
👴 👵 Parent(s)
  • Abdul Bari Siddiqui (father)

Anis Bari is an author of the bestseller book Dreams of the Mango People,[1] and a social entrepreneur [2][3] from Bihar, India who was awarded "The Most Promising Entrepreneur of 2010" by The Indus Entrepreneur, a global non-profit organisation focused on promoting entrepreneurship. [4] He campaigned for the rights of young and adolescent girls by technologically strengthening the campaign Bandhan Tod against child marriage, sexual harassment and domestic violence in his home state of Bihar.[5]

He has an MBA from Asian Institute of Management, Manila. Currently a Mason Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School [6]. An avid entrepreneur known for his believes in value creation and innovation, his COVID19 response initiative IBihar  to help migrants in distress was the first set of solutions that was selected at the meeting of the National Action Group of PIIndia (Parliamentarians with Innovators For India)[7], which is an inclusive, bipartisan, pan-India action group for fighting Covid-19.[8]


References[edit]

  1. "'Gangs of Wasseypur II's Perpendicular now in a book". India Times.
  2. "'Old warhorse in Bihar takes new-age crowdfunding route". Telegraph India.
  3. "How NEETprep Is Helping Aspiring Doctors Take The Plunge". inc42.
  4. "How Doing fine, miles away from politics - Wards of state politicians make a mark away from papas' field". Telegraph India.
  5. "'Bandhan Tod' app comes to the rescue of Bihar schoolgirl". Indian Express.
  6. "A student of Harvard is supporting hard workers". Youth Ki Awaaz.
  7. "Covid-19 app, chatbot launched for people in Bihar". Hindustan Times.
  8. "MPs, experts join hands to form COVID-19 action group". Outlook India.


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