Amit Jain is a 27 year-old Nomad Traveler, Entrepreneur, Social worker, Youth activist and a Student.
He is Hindustan Times Pune 30 under 30 also Core Member of Pune Austin Sister cities initiative. He is involved with Your Commonwealth.org as a Indian Correspondent. He is a Global Youth Ambassador of TheirWorld & World Literacy Foundation
Amit is a Member of Asia Regional Working Group of the Commonwealth Students’ Association and a member of The Commonwealth Students’ Welfare Group of India (CSWGI), a Branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS).
He Founded Mitti Ke Rang (MKR) in 2014 to address Gender Equality and widows empowerment, to provide them resources and support. He lost his father when he was 3 years old. As he grew older, he saw the challenges widow’s and their children experience.
So, He has envisioned a world where all the Single Women & Widows are accepted by their family and in a society where they will be free to (re)build their own Life.
Moreover He founded the Social Network Startup “Connecting 196 Countries”, a forum that seeks to connect young change-makers in the world to bring ideas and share best practices which will foster development in their communities.
He enjoy travelling as a Backpacker as it gives him a different and open minded view of the world. He traveled 25 States in India, and some countries.
Personally, travelling give him the opportunity to learn better about him, his limits and how to adapt himself in the entire situation. Professionally, it gives him the chance to meet, urge and interact with changemakers to work for the NGO he founded.