The Kerala Forum on United Nations Academic Impact is an independent 'NGO' whose mission is to promote United Nations Academic Impact (KFUNAI) in the State of Kerala and Indian National Forum in support of United Nations Academic Impact (INFUNAI) in the rest of the states in India and to promote the ideals enshrined in the United Nations Charter. Presently, KFUNAI/INFUNAI is coordinating 65+ institutions in India. To do all sorts of social and charitable activities like the establishment of orphanages, hostels, old age homes, rehabilitation centers, educational institutions, libraries; the support of students and the weaker sections of the society including the women and the aged; through digital media, publishing of books, newspapers, magazines, etc. and honouring public personalities by giving awards, honours, etc.
Brand Ambassador for Youth Empowerment and Promoter of
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 Agenda.
Tovino Thomas is an Indian film actor who appears in Malayalam cinema. He made his debut in 2012 with the Malayalam film Prabhuvinte Makkal. He won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Ennu Ninte MoideenTovino Thomas
Patron, KFUNAIFormer International Civil Servant, United Nations, New YorkUnited Nations Academic Impact was first introduced at the 2014 Alumni annual meeting of Christian College, Chengannur. Attendees of the meeting were interested and BMC, Thuruthikadu, received UNAI membership first in Kerala. The word spread to nearby colleges and St. Thomas College, Kozencherry, followed by Christian College, Chengannur received the UNAI membership as well. At that moment I put forward the idea of creating a network of UNAI members and Kerala Forum on United Nations Academic Impact (KFUNAI) was created. The official first meeting of KFUNAI was convened at Relax Inn, Chengannur, Kerala. Currently we have 60 plus professional Colleges and Universities in Kerala State and in other States of India.Mr. Saji Charuvil Thomas
Deputy Director for Partnerships and Public Engagement in the United Nations Department of Public Information’s Outreach Division
Ramu focuses particularly on outreach to, and partnerships with, the non-governmental, academic and private sector constituencies, as well as to the general public. The Division’s programmes include briefings to NGOs, schools, universities and visiting groups, guided tours, exhibits and responses to enquiries about the Organisation. It publishes both the UN Chronicle magazine in print and online editions and the Yearbook of the United Nations, as well commemorating special observances and arranging special events, including the annual conference of non-governmental organisations, the “Unlearning Intolerance” seminar series and the United Nations Day Concert, as well as a training programme for broadcasters and journalists from developing countries. Its most recent initiative is the United Nations Academic Impact. His earlier assignments with the Organization have included the Departments of Peacekeeping and Special Political Questions as well as the Executive Office of the Secretary-General.Ramu Damodaran
Yoga sessions where successfully conducted by KFUAI in various schools all over Kerala to celebrate international yoga day on 21/06/2023 and 22/06/2023
2022 KFUNAI/INFUNAI State Students Governing Council meeting at the Headquarters, Manthuka.
Sangeeth S G
UKF college of engineering
Marian College Kuttikkanam (Autonomous)
Musaliar college of engineering
CSI College of advanced studies
St. Thomas College
Providence College of Engineering
Akmal Ali P M
Bishop Benziger College of Nursing
CMS College Kottayam
Natasha Maria Leenus