Pulse Journey ends…I believe in rebirth…


Dear friends, colleagues and fellow pulsars,


Today is my last day at Project hope UK office at Stockley Park; on a positive note , you can say first day after my rebirth with lots of enthusiasm, emotions and more respect towards the world especially those little monsters (God’s beautiful creation called children).


People have been asking to me, what have you changed? yes, it is a real big question….I just got a very simple one word answer…PERCEPTION…

I believe I have filled their hearts with full of love, Positivity and energy.

I believe I have touched their minds with lots of awareness.

I also believe I have managed to realized their potential to come out and be change and catalyst in the world.


AFRICA DOESN’T NEED AID, THEY NEED TRADE, i just loved this when Paul (CEO, project hope UK) mentioned it before i started my assignment, and i strongly feel this at the end of the assignment. I CAN, YOU CAN, WE CAN, AFRI-CAN…

Those people are full of talent, creativity, innocence, respectful  with rich cultural heritage backing them all the time.


People have been asking to me, what you learnt ? yes, it is another real big question….I just got a very simple one word answer…PERCEPTION…

I believe I have changed myself and my perception towards people.

I believe I have become more emotional and sensitive towards humanity.

I also believe I learnt lot respect from those guys. God bless them.

Below pictures shows my visit to GSK South Africa where I presented about Pulse programme, project work i did in Munsieville township and vision of PHUK in South Africa.

Long live Pulse!!!
Signing off,


“Hi! My name is Hitesh Dave and I live in UK. I work for GSK, currently serving as a PULSE Volunteer with [Project Hope UK], however the opinions you read from me here are totally my own.”




  1. I loved reading this and following your journey Hitesh – you have engaged with the community of Munsieville in a very sensitive and respectful way, helping them to build their self-respect too. Well done. And if everyone had an opportunity to change their perception, as you have done, what a different place the world could be! I feel so proud and humbled to have been a small part of your journey.

  2. I know it doesn’t mean a single handed change of culture thoughts and especially the so called system of racism as well as boycott of underprivileged society. Yes but many perception can get together to make an organized system to help these underprivileged society!! Good job Hitesh Dave and long live GSK for giving the awareness regarding hygiene and other aspects day to day life!!

  3. Sounds like you have had a fantastic experience – and made a positive difference! All the very best for your return to GSK!

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