I am a Mumbai-based Journalist, and have visited Saath in August 2009. We have featured Saath as one of 50 Social Enterprises who are making a positive contribution to the society. I have covered few of the initiatives through my story ( http://business.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?261369 ).Individually, I feel that the various initiatives of Saath reflected in the confidence of few of the beneficiary members I met and interacted with. The programmes like Umeed-Udaan, Urmila are not just employment generators. But they are also a great help to the society outside the Saath family. Samvaad, is a brilliant embracement of technology and will bring a big change in the time to come. However, the Samvaad team has to be little more market savvy, to become self-sustaining. Overall, I feel Saath is a institution in itself. Not corporate, but truly corporatised.