Monthly Archives: March 2011

The man who bakes for a living

The poor and the differently abled youth in our program need special attention and interventions. Providing these vulnerable youth with a Skill helps them on their way to economic independence. Lalhminghlu of Cachar district, in Assam is the second among … Continue reading

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Can you give a little Push?

As Indians, we have many things to be happy and proud about. We have sent a spacecraft to the moon; our Information Technology brains are sought after all over the world; Indian companies are buying off large companies from around … Continue reading

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The First Generation Graduate

One fourth of Orissa’s population comprises of the primitive tribes. The Kondhas are a primitive tribe in Orissa. They have peculiar tribal customs and practice nature worship. Most Kondhas live in one room tenements that not only house the family … Continue reading

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Catch me if you can – Kavitha

Disability as an issue still entails special status in our society,where mainstreaming of differently-abled persons is slowly gaining acceptance, though it is far from the ideal picture. There are many in our programme who have overcome the odds to achieve … Continue reading

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Kashmir Relief Work

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NAASPEC program

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