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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

May 11, 2019: The Future of Our Children - May 2019

May 10, 2019: DONATION

May 10, 2019: Baseline Survey, Research and Data Analysis workshop @ KKID

May 7, 2019: Fundraising workshop @ KKID

May 6, 2019: Future Landscape of Healthcare

May 3, 2019: Training for counselors in Family and Youth Counseling workshop @ KKID

Mar 27, 2019: Why Uttarakhand Remembers This Unsung Woman As a ‘Modern-Day Jhansi ki Rani’

Mar 23, 2019: Communication and Visibility Management for NGOs workshop @ KKID

Mar 19, 2019: Two Day Training Program on "Neuro Linguistic Programming" NLP on 15 - 16 April, 2019 at Bala Vikasa PDTC, W arangal, Telangana.

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,

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Good News of the Week

Ecology by A.K. Ramanujam
"We live in times of such great potency. The time of the sixth mass extinction that a vast majority of us are participating in and co-creating, just by how we live our lives, and the choices that we make. We human beings, need the tree beings, the kingdom of the plant people, for our very breath; and if we wish to steward our planetary home away from what appears to be an inevitable fate of climate and species collapse. But why is it so difficult to convince more and more people to plant and care for trees? Whenever I ask this question, I go back to the core of it -- how do people actually 'relate' to trees? Do they?! And then I'm reminded that being in relationship with any being is incredibly complex. There is beauty. There is also messiness and injury. Drama. Poignancy. Something that appears to keep relationships afloat in stormy seas is commitment. To a cause or a principle or a shared life perspective. Something larger than the beings involved in the relationship. It might serve us well to cultivate these complex, nuanced relationships with the trees in our lives too." More in this thought-provoking post that features A.K Ramanujam's poem, 'Ecology.'

Anil Gupta: India's Hidden Hotbeds of Invention

Returning to the Village

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