Mr. Prasanta Kumar Palatasingh was born on 14th December 1978 at Balarampur Sahi, Tangi of Khurda district. He has completed his MBA in Marketing & HR, MSW, P.G Diploma in Business Administration, L.L.B & P.G Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication. He is working with Sanyog for a period of about 15 years since 2003 to till date. He has represented Sanyog in various meetings on adoption and child rights at State and national level. Being a child rights activist, Shri Palatasingh is closely associated with all other projects of Sanyog on child welfare and child rights issues. He has performed his duty as a Project Director since 2009 to till date. His responsibilities have been the formulation of the project, its planning, monitoring, training, development and evaluation. It also includes overall policy and strategy formulation, planning for work towards the smooth implementation of the project, staff motivation, guidance and team leading and overall supervision of the project. He has attended many state and national level training programmes on NIPCCD training programme on Juvenile Justice System & ICPS, International Conference on Creating change Organizational Development, International Conference on Child Protection & Safeguarding of Children, Online abuse of children-cum-sharing & learning workshop of all Indian partners & workshop on Child Protection Policy. He has also attended many District and State Level Programmes as a Resource Person on Juvenile Justice Act, Integrated Child Protection Scheme, Child Marriage, Child Labour, Right to Education, Safe School Environment, Adoption, Non-Institutional Services, Importance of Environment Protection & Counselling. He has rich experience of working with over 200 childcare institutions of the State through different capacity building programmes for the functionaries of childcare institutions since 2003 to bring about a change in institutional care. He is also actively involved in different ongoing training programmes of Sanyog for different stakeholders under juvenile justice system in allover 24 districts of the State over the last six years.