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  • Building confidence for sustainable change
    EDUCATION

    Building confidence for sustainable change

    Poonam Kumari is a lively 15-year-old, who belongs to Saidpur village of the Tankuppa block in Gaya district. She was once a very timid, shy girl who lacked confidence. Poonam, second out of the three siblings, had been to school once where she somehow completed Grade III but had to discontinue her education due to limited financial resources. This forced her to take ... Read More

  • The Climate Heroine of India
    LIVELIHOOD

    The Climate Heroine of India

    Dilmani Kujur is a woman farmer and role model in her region. She belongs to the Jududand village of Bagicha block that falls under the ‘Where the Rain Falls Project’. With support from CARE India, she transformed five percent of her arable land into a water storage pond that collects rainwater and irrigates her agricultural fields. The water harvesting structure ... Read More

  • Understanding Gender-Based Violence
    MISCELLANEOUS

    Understanding Gender-Based Violence

        As human beings, we often associate the term violence with conflict believing that in most cases conflict is the source of violence. But, can we assume that absence of conflict would mean the absence of any occurrence of violence? The society may have formed its stratification b... Read More

  • Changing lives through agricultural interventions
    LIVELIHOOD

    Changing lives through agricultural interventions

    I recently visited our Technical Assistance and Research for Indian Nutrition and Agriculture (TARINA) intervention villages in Kalahandi, Odisha. At one point in time, infamous for a long history of famines, poverty and hunger, Kalahandi district in Odisha today is slowly transforming its history and image. The district is now reaping bumper harvests and slowly esta... Read More

  • A symphony after the Green Revolution
    HEALTH

    A symphony after the Green Revolution

    Basanta Kumar Kar, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Coalition Interviews Recipient of Ramon Magsaysay Award, World Food Prize, and Padma Vibushan Award, Professor M S Swaminathan.Mr. Swaminathan has been acclaimed by TIME magazine as one of the twenty most influential Asians of the 20th century and one of the only three from... Read More

  • Teaching how to think, not what to think
    EDUCATION

    Teaching how to think, not what to think

    Development of scientific temper amongst children is critical to the development of leadership skill in them. This also plays a very significant role in refining the thought process of children. CARE India with support from ORACLE established a Teachers Resource Laboratory (TRL) in Bahraich district, Uttar Pradesh. TRL is essentially an institution which equips teach... Read More

  • GBV in emergencies: Alcoholism and violence against women
    DISASTER RESPONSE

    GBV in emergencies: Alcoholism and violence against women

    Case study of Lingamma In the last decade, India has faced many disasters including Tsunami, earthquake, floods cyclones, etc.During emergencies, many uncalled situations come forth. People lose their homes and are forced to relocate. New situations bring new challenges, especially for women and girls. In the year 2009 incessant showers of rain ... Read More

  • GBV in Emergencies : Access to basic amenities for women and girls
    DISASTER RESPONSE

    GBV in Emergencies : Access to basic amenities for women and girls

    Case study of Bismillah India has faced many disasters during the last decade. People have been severely affected due to the chaos that Tsunami, earthquake, floods, cyclones, etc. brought for many in the country.It is a known fact, that whenever an emergency strikes, the most affected of all groups are women and adolescent girls. The vulnerabil... Read More

  • GBV in emergencies: Girls’ access to development opportunities
    DISASTER RESPONSE

    GBV in emergencies: Girls’ access to development opportunities

    Case study of Manisha In the last decade, India has faced many disasters including Tsunami, earthquake, floods cyclones, etc. Whenever emergency strikes, the most affected of all groups is women and adolescent girls whose vulnerability is exacerbated by the chaos of a crisis. When separated from their respective f... Read More

  • The toymaker of Azraq
    INTERNATIONAL

    The toymaker of Azraq

      They refer to him simply as “the toymaker.” At 65 years of age with a thin white beard and a broad smile, Mohammed Asaf certainly looks the part. He lives at the Azraq refugee camp in eastern Jordan, home to more than 30,000 Syrians forced to flee the violence in their homeland. For many, living in the camp can feel like an extended feeling of i... Read More

  • Being trained on Disaster Response
    DISASTER RESPONSE

    Being trained on Disaster Response

    I have always been keen on working for marginalised people and I try to never miss on opportunities which can enhance my skillsets in the direction. A couple of days back I registered myself to be a part of the Disaster Management Unit(DMU) emergency roster team. Once I registered myself, I received an email from DMU regarding participation in a 5-day Capacity Buil... Read More

  • Building Teacher’s Capacity around Language and literacy needs of the most Marginalized
    EDUCATION

    Building Teacher’s Capacity around Language and literacy needs of the most Marginalized

    One of the key objectives of education is the achievement of all goals that depend upon the learner’s ability to read, write and comprehend. The Indian Census (2011) shows that India has made dramatic strides in this regard, the national literacy rate increased from a mere 18.33% in 1951 to over 74% in the 2011 census. The concern is the limited conception of litera... Read More

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