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| December 10, 2018

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Agents of Change

Milk Gandhi – Dr.Reddy

November 29, 2013 |

A Lecture session makes him a Gandhian Reverse migration is the need of the hour to realize the Gandhian dream of Swaraj. Dr Reddy has moved from walk to talk. He has re-engineered the rural and urban bridge through a prosperous rural entrepreneurship model. Farmers parting … Read More

Finding families for the abandoned

November 29, 2013 |

As we all can see, children in India are denied even the very basic right to family under various circumstances. Whether it is child labour or broken families or abusive conditions of life, children have been forced to compromise their childhood and their right to a … Read More

New face to the age old work

November 27, 2013 |

Here is the story of someone who has once again proved that nurturing individuals in an atmosphere of concern for the poor and excluded can empower the society. Ms.Vanitha Chinnasamy, Founder Trustee, Aanand Charitable Trust, Chennai recalled all her observations … Read More

Finding Families For Children -Vathsalya Charitable Trust

November 10, 2013 |

“We are loved and we are cared for.” This is the message that invariably flows as one walks into Vathsalya Charitable Trust, Bangalore, which is welcomed by smiles of little children here. More comforting and surprising is the voice of its … Read More

Education for everyone – Eureka

November 10, 2013 |

Eureka Child Foundation has become an agent of change today; the attempts to uplift children by way of educating them, figuring proudly atop its social initiatives.

It’s an initiative that has spread to nearly 600 villages in Tamil Nadu today. Its aim: to provide basic … Read More

For them, with them – Rehoboth

November 10, 2013 |

The name hardly matters. Whether we call them partially abled or mentally challenged, it only reflects our attitude towards them,” begins Ms Zoraida Samuel, Managing Trustee of Rehoboth, a home for the mentally challenged women in Chennai. Leaders from the social … Read More

Empowerment by all means

October 22, 2013 |

The self help group movement in India has opened doors for women to experience economic independence through financial intermediation. Today, the groups have grown to walk that extra mile in developing their communities. Radhika, Founder, Sivagami Rural Women Federation in … Read More

The Magic Carpet

October 11, 2013 |

Rubina Mazher is one such participant of the 8th batch of SEOP in Hyderabad, whose idea gained ground and took shape while she was doing the course with CSIM. Rubina’s Magic Carpet project is about empowering economically backward women of … Read More

From Bead Maker to Change Maker

October 11, 2013 |

Shankar

“While in first standard, I studied in 35 schools in a year’s time.” -Shankar, Founder, Tribal Society. Hailing from the Vaghirivel (commonly known as Narikuravar or Indian Gypsy) community, Shankar spent his childhood as a nomad, moving along with … Read More

Life is a miracle!

October 11, 2013 |

Neelam Sodhi

(a gynaecologist, mother, disability rights activist, life-skills coach and environmentalist, Dr. Neelam Sodhi, Founder of Ashirwad Trust, Ludhiana knows a thing or two about perseverance, dynamism, and faith. Excerpts from an interview with the winner of Manava Seva … Read More