Bridging the Gaps Part 3 by Aashi Gupta

By Volunteer Aashi Gupta, FHI Bangalore The following article presents a contrast between the lives of three kids (captured in 3 back to back blog articles), belonging to the underprivileged section, living in the same locality and under similar circumstances. The piece further elaborates on the importance of life skill education for kids, and why…

Bridging the Gaps Part 2 by Aashi Gupta

By Volunteer Aashi Gupta, FHI Bangalore The following article presents a contrast between the lives of three kids (captured in 3 back to back blog articles), belonging to the underprivileged section, living in the same locality and under similar circumstances. The piece further elaborates on the importance of life skill education for kids, and why…

Bridging the Gaps Part 1 by Aashi Gupta

By Volunteer Aashi Gupta, FHI Bangalore The following article presents a contrast between the lives of three kids (captured in 3 back to back blog articles), belonging to the underprivileged section, living in the same locality and under similar circumstances. The piece further elaborates on the importance of life skill education for kids, and why…

CSR – Increased Accountability and Research by Jay Laddha

By Volunteer Jay Laddha, FHI Ahmedabad There were already voluntary guidelines for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). But, it was on the eve of 1st April 2014, the mandatory provisions for CSR came into force for certain types of companies. India became the first country to legally mandate corporate spending on social welfare. The move was…

A Collaboration That Does Wonders by Shritama Sarkar

By Volunteer Shritama Sarkar, FHI Bangalore India is a developing country and each day; someone is innovating a policy or a strategy to make things better and faster. But before that, what is development?  When you ask this question to yourself, you might have several ideas. But I hope your idea of development is inclusive…