Origins of Veerayatan in Kutch
On 26th January 2001, Kutch was struck by a terrible earthquake. Thousands of lives were lost. Hundreds of homes were swallowed whole.
“How can we sleep when thousands of people are in tears, uncountable people are homeless, and children have lost all they had? We want to be there.” – Sadhvijis of Veerayatan.
Sadhvijis were deeply moved by this tragedy and rushed to Kutch immediately to initiate relief and rehabilitation. Several stopgap schools and vocational training centers were set up to help the locals get back on their feet. Given the urgent need for rehabilitation and education at all levels, Veerayatan then established many permanent centers of learning in Kutch. These are spread across five locations: Jakhania, Haripar, Rudrani, Punadi, and Asambia.
To define there 15 years work of excellence by logo, and other design works
A survey must start with understanding of the needs and information required from the project. To create an effective survey both the NGO context and project objectives must be clearly understood. The NGO context of the interface or the design includes insight into why it exists and how it supports the NGO objectives. The project objectives include the reason the survey is being conducted.
Context and Goals: The survey exists because of the user research I am doing for Veerayatan. It supports the objectives because ultimately we want user retention, good credibility. Its done through by designing the work in whole event.