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Winners on Wheelchair

Hum Honge Kamyab Foundation invites you to its LIVE Webinar series titled ‘Winners on Wheelchair’. It will be a 5-day series that will cover the extraordinary initiatives and outstanding achievements of 5 eminent personalities who are on wheelchair.
Join us everyday in the webinars, to get inspired and motivated by the impactful life-journeys of our ‘winners on wheelchair’ and learn from their out-of-the-box thinking, path-breaking initiatives & exemplary achievements and contributions towards Nation-building.

Padma Shri Kanubhai Hasmukhbhai Tailor

Founder President-Disable Welfare Trust of India
Date : 04-05-2020 at 05:00 PM

Kanubhai is a 64-year-old specially-abled social activist and  a visionary change-maker based in Surat, Gujarat. He is the Founder of Disabled Welfare Trust of India and dreams big. Due to his outstanding contribution towards the  upliftment of people with disabilities, he was felicitated with the fourth highest civilian award of Padma Shri in 2011 by the Government of India.
He has had polio since an early age but is filled with immense will-power to lend his voice to social issues. He is a man of word proven by the fact that, he is the crusader for securing the travel relief benefits for the specially-abled, in Ahmedabad. He endeavoured for this benefit painstakingly, undergoing even an 11-day fast unto death. Such is the indomitable spirit of the man.

Ms. Ankita Sharma

Motivational Speaker & Miss Wheelchair India 2017-18(Runner up)
Date : 05-05-2020 at 05:00 PM

Ankita Sharma is a 26-year-old Motivational Speaker and Influencer from Jaipur.
In 2009, while in Class X,  she suddenly became a paraplegic. But she followed a never-say-die approach always since then and this, led her to become the Runner up at Miss India Wheel Chair 2017-18. Her knowledge is her strength. She loves to explore the newness in everything, be it food, places or any other.  Ankita is a happy-go-lucky, chirpy girl who tells everyone, “Don’t die before your death”.

Ms. Sakshi Chauhan

International wheelchair basketball player & Motivational Speaker
Date : 06-05-2020 at 05:00 PM

Sakshi Chauhan is a 23-year old international wheelchair basketball player and a motivational speaker in the making. She is known as the one-legged flying girl who inspires others by her courageous acts. Sakshi is a marathon runner and also excels in javelin and shot put. Nothing ever comes between Sakshi and her love for sports.This Garhwali girl also writes inspiring poems and sings melodiously.

Mr. Shivjeet Singh Raghav

Peer Counsellor – SCS- ISIC
Date : 07-05-2020 at 05:00 PM

Shivjeet Singh Raghav is a self-motivated brave-heart who has been rehabilitated from a  traumatic spinal injury that has put him in the wheelchair. He is working as a Senior Peer Counselor & Patient Education Coordinator at Indian Spinal Injuries Centre (ISIC), Delhi. He has risen beyond physical challenges and conventional barriers to  realize his chosen dreams. He is known for inspiring others to perceive and recognise  Abilities Among Disabilities. He is the President of the  Consumer Committee of Spinal Cord Society of India; Vice- President “The Spinal Foundation of India”; Member-Prevention Committee, International Spinal Cord Society ( ISCoS );Chairperson-Asia Spinal Cord Consumer Network ( ASCoN );
Founder–Member of Disabled People International (DPI) and Registered “Rehabilitation Counselor” with Rehabilitation Council Of India (RCI), Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment.
He has Co-authored  Chapter 8 on “Family, Relationship and Community Life” for the book “International Perspective on Spinal Cord Injury” written for the World Health Organization(WHO).

Ms. Parvinder Chawla

Globetrotter
Date : 08-05-2020 at 05:00 PM

Ms. Parvinder Chawla is a 50-year-old awe-inspiring, adventurous and independent woman who loves to travel across the globe alone, in her wheelchair.
The incredible Mumbai-based Indian has had Rheumatoid Arthritis since the age of 15 but still dared to travel alone to 59 countries across six continents.
For funding her trips, she saved up from her earnings, doing various jobs right from working in a call-centre to babysitting, to running a catering service or even putting up a room for AirBnB.
Parvinder is known for her positive attitude and actively runs a travel blog wheelchair-and-eye to help the travellers explore various travel destinations.