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Dr Nita Mukherjee interacts with women from Vadodara redefining their space and their identity
Olakh, which means identity in Gujarati, calls itself ‘A Space for Women’ and reflects a conscious decision by its founders to call it a feminist group. In today’s age, says Nimisha Desai, a founder-member, the term feminism puts people’s backs up, but for Olakh it is an upfront statement of its...
Aditya Kshirsagar writes about an NGO at a Mumbai suburb that is giving slum children a better life
Vijay Karande, founder of the Social Development Centre (SDC) and Dreamz Home, gives a literal meaning to the proverb, ‘if wishes were horses, beggars would ride’. A child being made to beg is an everyday sight in Mumbai—but the discovery that children were rented out for Rs125 to Rs200 a day...
Amritha Pillay reports on the philosophy and activities of The Health Awareness Centre, an NGO focused on women and child welfare
Amidst a barren landscape where you see nothing but weeds is a large plot with a small, modest-looking house surrounded by tall, thick trees and lush greenery. This may sound like a real-estate proposal but is, in fact, a description of the beautiful farm that...