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No beating about the bush.
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...
Going beyond women's welfare and working for gender freedom.
Amritha Pillay describes
Educate a girl child and you educate the whole family’ is a popular slogan aimed at promoting girls’ education in India. And many do, indeed, believe in it. Here is an organisation which started with women’s welfare but, today, three decades later, is dedicated to making the world a better place to live...