End Now founder receives Karmaveer Chakra Award
India’s first non–profit and non–funded organisation End Now Foundation has received Karmaveer Chakra Award (Gold Medal) and Rex Karmaveer Global...
Hyderabad: India's first non–profit and non–funded organisation End Now Foundation has received Karmaveer Chakra Award (Gold Medal) and Rex Karmaveer Global Fellowship at the Rex Conclave held in New Delhi.
The award was presented to the organisation founder Anil Rachamalla for his innovative work on digital safety, advocating for better internet ethics and digital wellness to evoke responsible online behavioural patterns amongst women, children and adolescents and make them grow up as changemakers.
The Karmaveer Chakra Award instituted by the International Confederation of NGO (iCONGO) in partnership with the United Nations.
The award is a tribute to the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, 11th President of India, who had offered to be the ambassador for the awards.
All the awardees are dubbed Noble Laureates. End Now Foundation works with Telangana Police, Women Safety Wing, Ministry of IT, Saakshar Bharat, DSCI, Information Security Education awareness, Cyber Security Centre of Excellence Telangana.
Anil said that his organisation has conducted so far around 350 talks, 29 workshops and 11 exhibits and submitted over 8 research papers on privacy and social engineering crimes.
"Our team does awareness programmes along with cyber crime police, cyber lawyers and psychiatric doctors and provide free awareness on a variety of related topics of cyber safety and advise, guide the teens and youth in a right way to safe online monitoring and controlling capabilities," Anil said.