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Geeta Bora

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Dr. Geeta in 2020

Dr. Geeta Bora is a software professional who returned from US. She is the founder of Spherule Foundation, a non-governmental organization (NGO) operating in India.[1][2]


Dr. Bora holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and has a background in the IT industry, where she worked as a Software Architect in both India and the USA.[3]

In 2016, she established Spherule Foundation.[4] The foundation operates in multiple states in India and is dedicated to addressing various Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations. [5] Its mission is to create a sustainable, inclusive, and equitable future for current and future generations through collaborative initiatives that tackle interconnected global challenges.[6][7][8][9]

Awards and Recognition[edit]

Honored by London Chambers of Commerce and UK Parliament for exceptional contribution to Social Work in 2023[10][11]

Global Icon Award at the G20 Global Economic Forum Summit in Indonesia in 2022[12]

Outstanding Contribution in Social work at Atma-Nirbhar Bharat Conclave & Awards 2022

The "Indian Achievers' Award" for her social work in 2019

Guinness World Record Holder for conducting the largest lesson on Adolescent health.[13]

"Pad Hero Of India" for her "Bleed with Pride" initiative in 2018.[14]


MOON TIME (English) - A comic book in English to know everything about puberty, periods, menstrual health and hygiene[15]

MOON TIME (Marathi) - A comic book in Marathi to know everything about puberty, periods, menstrual health and hygiene[16]


  1. "This Software Professional from US Returned to India to Create Awareness About Menstrual Hygiene". 8 February 2018.
  2. "Pune Based NGO Has Supported 6 Lakh People With Ration And Hygiene Kit".
  3. "The logical indian". 21 March 2019.
  4. "Firstpost".
  5. "Nurturing hope - Insightssuccess". 20 February 2023.
  6. "Hindustan Times Education Survey by Spherule".
  7. "Jumpstart Project to Support Those Who Lost Their Livelihood to Pandemic Sees Good Response". October 2021.
  8. "Education for all".
  9. "Indian Express No Honking Day".
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  11. "ANI agency news".
  12. "Business Standard".
  13. "Motherhood Hospital and Spherule Foundation bag Guinness World Record certificate".
  14. "Bharat News TV".
  15. "Moon Time Book covered by NDTV". 4 May 2018.
  16. "BBC - Moon Time Marathi Book".

External Links[edit]

Spherule Foundation


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