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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...
Mansi Firth reports on the efforts of the Ahmedabad Women’s Action Group to rid society of the scourge of gender inequality
“You can tell the condition of a nation by looking at the status of its women” -- Jawaharlal Nehru Gender inequality is a pervasive problem and evident in cultures across the world. In India, it encompasses education, professional work, property ownership, relationships...
Ananya Trust is instilling hope in street children. Tarika Vaswani reports
At the age of nine, Nisar ran away from home, boarded a wrong bus, fell asleep and ended up in Bengaluru. Unable to communicate about where he came from, he ended up on the streets and was ‘adopted’ by a gang of beggars. A shelter for street-children took him under their wings for a few days; then for a while he stayed...