A Charitable Trust trying to raise awareness in India about various chronic pain conditions and chronic illness which are usually invisible to naked eyes.
Brief Bio –
why join CPI – I decided to join CPI to disillusion myself with the fact that I am educated. I might be literate, but I am most definitely educated ignorant. I deny being a sheep anymore.
dog-eared paperback, who believes her creases will never break her spine.
Brief Bio: Tasneem has completed her masters in Journalism & Communication and has worked as a senior journalist, editor, and columnist for leading publications. She is presently the Managing Editor at http://www.infano.care
Why CPI: Suffering with Fibromyalgia, a chronic pain condition, she has also been advocating for its awareness through her work and Chronic Pain India gives her the perfect platform to do this.
Bio : I am an advocate by profession, practicing law at various forums. Having worked majorly at the Supreme Court of India, I have developed a keen interest in Constitutional Law. Since my college days, I have been an active member of the Legal Aid Committee and believe that justice is for everyone. In furtherance to my belief, I make sure that every once in a while I fight for the needy or simply for a cause. Apart from the professional front, I have a deep love for traveling and go by the motto – “Wander, no wonder”.
Why did I decide to be a part of CPI : When Dr. Anubha Mahajan initially shared her idea of starting Chronic Pain India, I had a very little idea about the various chronic pain conditions and illnesses and the ways in which it affects the lives of the sufferers on daily basis. I had the job of creating a full proof platform for Chronic Pain India using my legal expertise. It was while working closely with team CPI, when their energy inspired me to look deeper into the subject of Chronic Illnesses and expand my horizons.
Brief Bio: Kavya is a writer, poet, disability rights advocate and a calligraphy artist. She lives with Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita and has represented India at various international conferences on disability, accessibility and inclusion, and had the honour to be the youngest and only Indian child delegate at the Conference of State Parties at the United Nations in 2015. Perceived as lively and humourous by her friends, Kavya makes memes to impart disability awareness. Currently, she is pursuing her master’s in Applied Psychology from the University of Delhi and is heads the Disability Wing at the Society for Applied Psychology, South Campus, University of Delhi.
Why CPI: Kavya loves to create content on issues that are close to her heart – chronic pain/illness and disability. Working with Chronic Pain India allows her to think and work with like-minded people towards a common goal of making the masses aware about chronic pain, illnesses and various disabilities. It allows her to let her creative juices flow for making relatable content.
Brief Bio: Arpit is a student who is learning Full-stack web development. He manages the CPI website and does SEO, designs the pages and posts.
Why CPI: Arpit like to learn new thing and experience the work of the organization.