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24 November 2017 Kashmir
Recently, I made a video of an old couple who were struggling to meet their daily needs. They were ill and were in no position to afford medicines or treatment. I along with my few friends put up an appeal of support for them in the social media. The response was overwhelming. In only a week’s time, 70K was deposited to their account. It was a very inspiring experience.
26 October 2017 Sustainable Livelihood
The village is about 90 years old and the eldest person residing in the village is 85 years old.
25 August 2017 Sustainable Livelihood
Baghdohdha village, home to Pahari Korwa families is one such village which lacks access to basic facilities like roads, drinking water, electricity and public healthcare amenities. Pahari Korwa’s are Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTG) who lacks awareness about their rights and entitlements and also how to access them.
2 June 2017 Urban Poverty
Mujhse mere ghar wale kehne lage hai ki tum to bilkul neta ho gayi ho, to maine bhi bol diya ki haan neta hi ho gayi hu. Dekho hum sab aurato ne milkar handpump sahi karvaya ki nahi. (My family has started telling me that you have become a leader. And I tell them that I have indeed become a leader as our women group members have successfully solved the water problem by facilitating the repair of the hand pump.
4 January 2017 Gender Programmes
Their first challenge came in the form of the soon to be mother, 36 year old Guddi.
14 November 2016 Sustainable Livelihood
In more distressful times, many children often become victims of the worst form of exploitation.
28 October 2016 Gender Programmes
It is time for a new discussion on women and leadership.
5 September 2016 Disaster Risk Reduction
19 August 2016 Disaster Risk Reduction
On the occasion of World Humanitarian Day, we share some anecdote from our staff and partners who have been part of humanitarian relief operations in the recent past.
12 August 2016 Sustainable Livelihood
Keeping in forefront the millions of farmers who bear the burnt, this paper adopts a human-angle to propose a comprehensive ‘Ecosystem Framework’.