Reflections & Testimonials

Feedback, especially from our partners, is very important for us, not just to reaffirm our faith in what we do, but also important for us to learn and build upon what is right, and improve upon whatever we need to.

Given below are some of the reflections and testimonials shared by various individuals, about Impulse NGO Network.

Miguel Das Queah

The Impulse Case Info Centre will go a long way, as it will open doors, for healthy dialogue about the protection on human rights in South East Asia at a day and age where Government are only engaging around economic and strategic affairs.

Miguel Das QueahChairpersonUTSAH
Sonam Yankeela Bhutia

Hasina Kharbhih is a treasure for the entire country and the world at large. Her selfless effort and unparalleled leadership in the fight against human trafficking, is an inspiration even to Police Officers like me.

Sonam Yankeela BhutiaInspector, AHTUSikkim Police
Sunil Mow

I had a good learning experience during the trip organised by Impulse NGO Network, to understand cross-border anti-trafficking efforts in Myanmar and Thailand, and understanding different problems, role of officers, judiciary, local laws, and good practices of each country.

Sunil MowAdvocate, and Chairman - Athupopu Social Foundation
Shouka Kakheto, NPS

Human Trafficking is a crime upon Humanity that requires various stakeholders to work in tandem. One platform for such actions is provided for through the Impulse Case Info Centre – both national and transnational. Its promotion and use must be a priority.

Shouka Kakheto, NPSAdditional Deputy CommissionerNagaland Police
Igwanghieng Hemang, NPS

The scope of partnership in different locations through the use of software and technology, reducing time and workloads, will be a great help in the fight against human trafficking.

Igwanghieng Hemang, NPSAdditional Superintendent of PoliceNagaland Police
Krishan Varma

Never before has such a representative of police, legal experts and members of civil society made an official trip to Myanmar under the banner of an India-based NGO – Impulse NGO Network.

Krishan VarmaSpecial Secretary (Retd), Government Of India
Amit Patro

I have gained not only immense knowledge, but also valuable invaluable exposure to networks and individuals addressing the issue of human trafficking across borders. Overall, a very satisfying and enriching experience.

Amit PatroEditorSikkim Express

Reflections from our Interns

I have seen many NGOs who are working for the welfare of the society but the way Impulse NGO Network has been working from past 25 years is beyond my imagination.

Sandeep Khandelwal
Sandeep KhandelwalCentre for Social Work

To begin, I did not realise my six weeks of internship had passed so quickly and had come to a closure… the six weeks spent at the organisation has been an enriching journey… it has been a remarkable experience!

Vivek Chhetri
Vivek ChhetriIntern, fromTata Institute for Social Sciences

I am grateful to Impulse NGO Network for providing me with a great opportunity of working on Media Reviews and National Green Tribunal orders of Public Interest Litigation.

Sumi Sareen
Sumi SareenCentre for Social WorkPanjab University