Yatra: The Documentary is more than just a film—it’s a movement to inspire people and organizations to take action.

Meet some of our sponsors and supporters committed to making a difference after the credits roll.


Aarogya Seva

AarogyaSeva: Yatra: The Documentary’s official fiscal sponsor, Aarogya Seva provides international medical mission opportunities to doctors and volunteers looking to give back. Headquartered in Bangalore and Phoenix, Aarogya Seva is a transnational micro-volunteering humanitarian platform with operations in 12 countries and serving over 100000 people so far.

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The Giving Exchange

The Giving Exchange empowers underserved communities by jump starting sustainable business programs, promoting educational opportunities and improving living conditions. Serving mainly East and Central Africa, the California-based non-profit has recently started operating in France and is looking to expand into other regions—including India—in the coming years.

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Dayaprasad G Kulkarni

The founder of Aarogya Seva, Yatra: The Documentary’s fiscal sponsor, Dr Kulkarni is an AarogyaSevak, PublicHealth Enabler, Connected Humanitarian, MedTech Catalyst, Integrative Med Practitioner, TEDx Speaker. Dr Kulkarni is also the founder of Tech4Health and SMILE – a humanitarian MedTech Incubator and founding trustee of the Sunbird Trust and Ayang Trust providing health and education to thousands in the tribal villages on North-East India. He is also an assistant professor at Syracuse University, NY. He has nurtured various health-tech initiatives including Taal, India’s first low-cost stethoscope and MyCliniCare, creator of a mobile breast cancer screener, HeartWare EKG and WellBeeing Integrative Medicine to name a few.