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Geeta Seshu profiles the MBA Foundation whose credo is to ensure life with self-esteem and dignity for the disabled
The sound of music engulfed me as I walked into a ground-floor apartment at Powai. A group of young men and women was practising a dance -- surrounded by grinning and cheerful youth in wheelchairs. The dancers were disabled but who noticed? The josh -- the verve and sheer joy...
Amita Chauhan profiles how SAAD is giving a new life to marginalised women like devdasis and tamasha dancers
“Life on the planet is born of woman” -- Adrienne Rich, poet and essayist While urban, educated Indian women take forward strides as never before, women from less privileged backgrounds remain trapped in a cycle of poverty and misery. The Parbhani district in the Marathwada region of...
Tarika Vaswani profiles IHDUA, which ensures literacy and education by empowering women
International Literacy Day is celebrated on 8th September to recognise that the basic learning needs of people of all ages should be met in every country. It’s an opportunity for us to remember that 774 million people in the world lack minimum literacy. Unfortunately, India falls below the threshold...