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Radhika Nair describes a novel way of using palyful pets to assist in therapy
Vinod, a resident of Cheshire Home has been on a wheelchair for the past 25 years. His hands and legs are immobile; he was depressed most of the time and did not get out of his room much. That is, until Angel, a two-year-old golden retriever, walked into his life. He now looks forward to her weekend visits so that...
Tanushree Kar describes a Pune-basedorganisation that identifies, develops and utilises skills specific to each disabled
In almost all her films, Aparna Sen has depicted a physically and mentally challenged character because, as she said, she had to make society at large remember that they do exist. The logo of ‘Prayatna’, a school for challenged people in Kondhwa, Pune, is designed as four...
Dr Nita Mukherjee finds out how a women’s group has been preserving learnings from the past for sustainable development
Protecting traditional knowledge linked to genetic resources and ensuring that communities share in profits obtained from its commercial use has acquired significance since the 1990s when the concept of intellectual property rights began to be debated. Women’s groups in...