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New Center Developmental Disabilities (Jan 17, 2017)
Ummeed Child Development & Disability Centre in association with Cipla Foundation has inaugurated the new therapy centre in Mumbai.

A City Goes Green (Jan 17, 2017)
With oil from plastic bags, paver blocks from debris, the Indian city of Thane is set to go greener.

New Malayalam Movue Explores Consumerism, Greed (Jan 17, 2017)
Pinneyum (Once Again), released in late 2016, told the simple story of a man and a woman who go against the wishes of their families and relocate...

Empowering home-based workers in India (Jan 17, 2017)
Harvard South Asia Institute and Tata Trusts showcase project findings on Economic and Social Rights of Indian women.

Village Sets Sanitation Example (Jan 11, 2017)
Badhuwar village in Narsingh district, Madhya Pradesh, has achieved total sanitation and became an Open Defecation Free (ODF) village in 2007.

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NGO Announcements

Jan 16, 2017: Menterra invests in education startup Curiositi

Jan 16, 2017: Bezwada Wilson speaks at the closing plenary of IWRM 2017!

Jan 14, 2017: 4 DAYS TO GO: IWRM 2017!

Jan 12, 2017: SIGN UP FOR THE IWRM 2017 NOW!

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Jan 11, 2017: New Organization Added: Cornell Sathguru Foundation for Development

Jan 11, 2017: New Organization Added: Sankalp



Jan 5, 2017: Training on Impact Oriented Project Planning and Monitoring

Jan 4, 2017: Marico Innovation Foundation and Villgro incubate Yostra Labs

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Good News of the Week

Bringing 5000 Organic Farmers Together
Starting with nine farmers in 2000, the movement called Sahaja Samrudha (Bountiful Nature) has grown into a network of small farmers that shares seeds, produce, practices and exchanges knowledge about sustainable agriculture.

Shimoga Villagers Debate over Shakespeare

Piyush Manush: Rejuvenating Dying Lakes of Salem

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