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In Conversation With A Sahiya Saathi

By Ayush Rastogi. Fri, 21 Sep 2018

A conversation with Sumila Devi, Sahiya Saathi of Kitabeda cluster, Bhundu prakhand in Jharkhand. Dahiya Saathis are para health workers at a village level. She tells...

An Old Man And A Frog In Rural Udaipur

By Sharmishtha Vashishtha. Fri, 21 Sep 2018

Age is just a number! After the last few days as described in the previous blog post, she woke up in haste that morning. It was...

A Blackout That Defined Basic Necessities

By Sandesh Bingarde. Tue, 18 Sep 2018

One evening, when we came back to our room at Science Park, where I’m staying with my colleagues of Shiksharth, all of a sudden, the weather...

Brewed In Experiences – A Feeling Called Home

By Arunima Pande. Sat, 15 Sep 2018

Cupping some hot tea, three of us sat on a charpai with silly grins on our faces as Gulabi bai joked about how no one would...

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Dangerous yet Pulchritudinous The Road to Koviloor

By ernestmatta. Thu, 20 Sep 2018

A lot of stories remain untold as we journey further in our lives. Some of those stories are too good to be shared and some bring us the sense of shame or embarrassment. However, there are the other stories that are meant to be shared and echoed throughout because they are associated to a bigger… Continue reading Dangerous yet Pulchritudinous The Road to Koviloor

Why Student Volunteering matters?

By Tanveer. Mon, 13 Aug 2018

My life would look very different if I had not started Volunteering. Academically good, I am a post graduate having a steady and upward career graph. I aim to create a much bigger network so that I can help the society by introducing and inspiring new volunteers to share and teach their skills to the… Continue reading Why Student Volunteering matters?

In Mumbai: Throw and Grow

By ravinabanz. Sat, 16 Jun 2018

The human species is said to be evolving every day of the hour moving towards technology, specifically mobile or movable technology. Over the years computers have been substituted by phones, our grocery stores have been substituted by mobile applications delivering fresh fruits and vegetables right at our doorstep. With the on the going movement of… Continue reading In Mumbai: Throw and Grow

“Effective Communication” by Sujata Mukherjee

By Tanveer. Mon, 11 Jun 2018

GYAN (Get Your Answers Now) sessions are technical clinics that aim to improve the Employee efficiency of organizations in the development sector. On 30th of May 2018, a GYAN Session was hosted for Non Profit Organisation in Kolkata; wherein Hope Foundation, Prajaak, Tomorrow Foundation, Adore India, SKC and Anwesha Kolkata participated. This session was primarily… Continue reading “Effective Communication” by Sujata Mukherjee

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