top of page


United Nations Academic Impact and MCN are proud to partner on the Millennium Fellowship. Over 31,000 young leaders on 2,400+ campuses across 140+ nations applied to join the Class of 2022.  200+ campuses worldwide (just 8%) were selected to host the 3,000+ Millennium Fellows.



Amity University | Mumbai, India | Advancing SDG 2 & UNAI 1


" as someone who's creative and fairly adaptable which is enhanced by my practical thinking, Being a part of this Fellowship will not only enhance my team based proficiencies but also my collective knowledge and experience, not only will I be putting my plans to help people around me into hands-on action, I'll be making a difference on a significant scale, making my impact more tangible and aligned with the UNAI principles, therefore Iam super excited to be a part of this program! "

Millennium Fellowship Project: Team Sustenance

Food crisis and scarcity of food in general have been a detrimental issue for as long as we can remember.
1.Currently, we are attempting to raise funds to donate monetary resources as well as raw food items through a fundraiser and donation drive 2.delegating and propogating the received resources to the cause and
3. reverting the possible resources
4. working and volunteering with and for several NGOs and orphanages and aiding them, while gaining a better understanding of how to function effectively
5. as well as imparting awareness and understanding about the sensitivity and the importance of food as a resource and the lack of it as well as the counterproductive effects of it
6. reaching out to the restaurants and cafeterias to donate edible food which possibly gets thrown out and replaced with a fresher batch.
7. Raising awareness through social media
8. preventing food waste in local school-college cafeterias by introducing a small fine for doing so.
9. Redirect professional resources that may help people in severe need.
10. Get effective and proper value education in school curriculums to reduce wasting of food
11. making resources accessible to everyone through social media and alarming people through infographics about them we seek make sure to cover all kinds of topics
and lastly
working with NGO worker's to reach out to marginalized communities personally and volunteer to help them.

About the Millennium Fellow

akshada shedge; is a pensive and an empathetic future clinical psychologist; her passion for psychology led her to Amity University, where she's a first-year student pursuing an M.Phil and PhD in the field with human rights as her minor track elective, living in Navi mumbai, maharashtra in India,
She has always been passionate about social justice and advocacy, and servitude is something that comes naturally to her.
This drive has also manifested itself in her own life through her dedicated social action, throughout her school years and even now as a university student, she has successfully organised various successful philanthropic programmes as a former student council member, she even has leadership skills in her arsenal due to these projects.
She currently works in mental health services as it not only allows students like her to grow personally, but it also feeds her curiosity about human nature and behaviour. Mental health has always been a neglected issue, and she seeks to advocate for more affordable mental health services through her field, as well as contribute to the development of the United Nations' sustainable goals through this project. Despite the fact that her SDG is related to hunger, she wishes to pursue it on an individual level by making a difference.
she's fluent in English, Hindi, and Marathi, and is currently working on her German and Japanese.

bottom of page