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A father who never told his children what his job was

I never told my children what was my job. I never wanted them to feel shame because of me. When my youngest daughter asked me what I did. I ...Read More...

Fighting gender inequality

Baruipur: Youngest of five siblings and the only girl, Sabitri Mondal hails from a family of farmers based in Das Para of Bishnupur, South 24 Parganas. Her hamlet is ...Read More...

Former teen bride fights child marriages

Tepur:  Tanjila Bibi was married off when she was in the eighth grade. The mother of three is now busy fighting child marriages. She was born in Tepur village, ...Read More...

Preventing child marriages

Giri never gave up hope for a better and brighter futureRead More...

I want to do something for society

We get everything from the world, but what do we give back?Read More...

Committed to diminish poverty

Knowledge and decision making techniques have chiseled her as a leader in her groupRead More...

Lessons in Volunteerism – Prafulla Ghosh

“I developed leadership qualities through various trainings like Youth Leadership Training and Youth Heath Corps.”- Prafulla Ghosh, Nivedita Community Care Centre, Srirampore Hailing from a village in Srirampore, Hooghly, ...Read More...

Lessons from volunteerism

“After marriage, I was made to sleep in the kitchen which was damp and cold during winters and often had water seeping in during the monsoons.” -  Rupali Thanadar, ...Read More...

A change-maker’s story

He aspires that one day he would be ‘a national level dancer’.Read More...

Lessons from volunteerism

Uttam survived Bangladesh's liberation warRead More...
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