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A Sabbarwal

Aditi has been working in the impact sector for more than a decade and has a breadth of experience in education, arts, livelihoods, and global migration. Her expertise lies in developing, leading, implementing and monitoring livelihood initiatives for the underserved communities. Aditi’s vast experience of working in the livelihood sector with National NGOs in India such as Dastkar and ACCESS; and managing CSR projects of multinationals like Coca-Cola, ACCOR, and MSDF positions her to design solutions that are socially and economically viable. Her constant endeavour to learn led her to successfully complete double Masters in Political Science and Social Work from the University of Delhi. And during her stint at UNHCR India, her interest in Social Entrepreneurship motivated her to study and successfully complete a program at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in 2019. In the long run, Aditi intends to leverage her practical and theoretical skills to devise policies, strategize frameworks and implement programs at international level targeted to improve beneficiary lives and ensure sustainable livelihood to their families.

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Aditi Sabbarwal: 4 Learnings From My 11 Joyous Years In The Development Sector

I've realized with time that the development sector gives you a lot of hope and opportunities to try, test, and experiment with ideas. The key is that you should be willing to do it.

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