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Failing the Forest (Mar 13, 2019)
Both human rights and wildlife rights groups in India have not used the Forest Rights Act as a conservation tool.

Raising Constitutional Awareness (Mar 13, 2019)
Audacious Dreams Foundation a member of Commutiny The Youth Collective, aims to inspire, inform, engage, enable and empower youth of Gudiyatham,...

Dog Father of India (Mar 13, 2019)
Rakesh Shukla, a successful techie and motivational speaker is the single largest rescuer of dogs in the world. He has rescued over 8,000 dogs and...

Unique Organic Cotton project for MP Farmers (Mar 13, 2019)
Cotton farmers in Chhindwara district are reaping benefits from new cultivation practices.

1 Stop, 556 Schemes: Haryana Sets up Unique System (Mar 5, 2019)
Government schemes and services are quite special in one sense. Most of them you are completely unaware about. If you do hear about one of them,...

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NGO Announcements

Mar 19, 2019: Hyderabad Woman Left Cushy Job to Prevent 1000+ Farmer Suicides in Telangana!

Mar 16, 2019: Finance Management for NGOs workshop @ KKID

Mar 13, 2019: Patna Girl Builds Biogas Plants in Villages,

Mar 13, 2019: Education is the Key - Youth Together for Human Rights Education

Mar 3, 2019: Say Yes!

Mar 2, 2019: NGO Management and Leadership training @ KKID

Feb 22, 2019: Planning, Management and Administration of Development Projects workshop @ KKID

Feb 19, 2019: Annual Report 2018

Feb 19, 2019: Three day training program on “Development Documentation and Report Writing” from 21 – 23 March, 2019

Feb 13, 2019: Dignity March Update 3: Highlights - Kolkatta to Lucknow l March To End Sexual Violence against Women and Children In India

Feb 13, 2019: Clean & Green: New E-Cycle Start-Up To Help Us Enjoy Goa Like Never Before

Feb 6, 2019: Foundation course on The Theory of Change workshop @ KKID

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Good News of the Week

IIT Builds Low Cost Braille Laptop
Researchers at IIT Delhi have developed a Braille laptop called DotBook, which can be useful for the visually impaired. The laptop has got important conventional applications such as email, calculator, and web browser. Third party apps can also be added in case needed.

Mud Home, Model Home

Climbing Classes Make Young Men Go Up

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