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Dr Nita Mukherjee spots a new kind of fairy in Pune -- Pustak Pari
When Meenakshi Apte retired as head, family & child welfare department, Tata Institute of Social Science after 32 years and shifted to Pune, she was certain she wanted to continue the work she had started in Mumbai -- mitigation of gender inequity and distress. She was involved with the setting up of Swadhar Mumbai in 1983...
Karmayog finds that only 10 Indian companies make the grade in corporate social responsibility. A Moneylife report
At a time when ethical investing and corporate social responsibility (CSR) have become buzzwords, not a single one of India’s top 1,000 companies obtained the highest grade (Level 5) for their CSR activities; only 10 made it to Level 4. The study by Karmayog, an extremely...
Dr Nita Mukherjee describes a voluntary group rehabilitating orphaned and traumatised girls
When they come to us, they are in a pitiable state -- battered as they are, physically, mentally and emotionally. Most have gone through such trauma that their world seems to be collapsing around them. To heal such wounds takes a long, long time; often the scars remain. But at least, we aid the process...