Each month, NGO Express Magazine sets the tone for informed debate and thoughtful discussion around the country. Focusing on the biggest segment of the Indian populace and providing an unbiased report as well as thought provoking reporter ship to the many citizens of India, who are concerned about the development at subaltern levels. Reaching to nearly 5000 readers from PAN India, which would include but is not limited to, the major NGOs, Donor Agencies, Government bodies and influencers from across the globe. Therefore, it covers highly educated readers nationwide, in print and online, The Magazine explores the ideas, issues and personalities defining our world: in politics, global issues, finance, culture, handicrafts, design, artisans and more. Under the creative direction of editor, Ms. Prachi Pratap & Chief Advisor, Mr. Edward Breathitt Jr., some of the most influential writers and photographers of our time capture the way social sector has been molding now.
WHO IS THE AUDIENCE?
The magazine will be couriered to the readers every month and the readership has been projected to increase by 10 % on a quarterly basis. The audience for the magazines will be as follows:
• Non-‐Governmental Organizations (NGOs) both India and International.
• Donor Agencies (Indian & International)
• Foundations (both Indian & International)
• Government (both Indian & International)
• Corporate Houses (both Indian & major International Houses who are observing CSR)
• Citizens from India & globally
• Major Think Tanks
• Social Sector Influencers
FOR NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS:
Advertising in magazine will provide the much-needed spotlight to NGOs who would like to be showcased for the work that they are doing in their respective spheres. Also, it gives an opportunity for them to have a sponsored story on their work or alternatively advertising through magazine and finding potential donors for their cause.
FOR DONOR AGENCIES/GOVERNMENT BODIES:
The Donor agencies or Government bodies can benefit by using the magazine as a vehicle to suggest the areas on which they would like to fund the various causes or what opportunities do they hold, in order to attract the right set of Social workers and NGOs PAN-India.
Corporates can use this platform for advertising their product and services as also can use this magazine as a medium to showcase the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. It will give the NGOs an understanding of the work that they are doing and will help them in approaching the corporates for support as also for corporates to scout for the best NGOs to take their CSR initiatives forward.
Prachi Pratap: Editor-In-Chief
Prachi has been a freelance journalist since her college days and has wrote for some leading newspapers and magazines. An Honours student in History from University of Delhi, she moved to Melbourne, Australia to do her Masters in Business Administration. Upon her return to India, she established an NGO: Nari Evam Shishu Seva Sansthan and worked in various projects in upliftment of women through empowering them by micro-entrepreneurship. She was inclined towards social work when she first volunteered for Missionaries of Charity at 11 years of age.
An avid reader she has recently earned degree in Law and had stumbled upon the idea of launching a magazine on the vast Social sector with her friends. With the magazine she intends to bring forth the voices of the NGOs and the workers involved with it and the excellent work that they are undertaking.
Dr. Prashant Pratap: Publisher
Dr. Prashant is a dentist by profession who has been conducting many camps for dental treatment since he graduated. He has been involved with Nari Evam Shishu Seva Sansthan especially in conducting Health camps for the poor and the downtrodden. Having attended numerous Conferences in India and Australia on new breakthroughs in the field of dentistry. He has picked up the role of Publisher in the magazine to ensure that acquiring, preparing and managing the magazine as it is edited and printed for sale.
Pallavi Pratap: Co-Founder
Pallavi has been instrumental in the launch of the magazine and has undertaken various projects in the social sector namely for UNDP-Ikea project on Capacity Building for SHGs in the districts of Mirzapur, Bhadohi and Jaunpur. She has also undertaken various projects in Private sector ranging from education, insurance, pharmaceuticals with her last assignment being in Investment Banking. She is taking care of all the marketing activities and the day-to-day activities of the magazine.
NGO Express Magazine sets the tone for informed debate and thoughtful discussion around the country. Focusing on the biggest segment of the Indian populace and providing an unbiased report as well as thought provoking reporter ship to the many citizens of India, who are concerned about the development at subaltern levels.