Sumitra Pangi and her baby Bujjir are part of a larger group of mothers and babies who attend a community meeting organized by AIF’s partner Srujuna. Sumitra, barely 20 years
Kanti Devi and her husband live in Muzaffarpur, Bihar, with their two children. Kanti’s husband was a painter, and their income was meager and unstable. By joining a Rickshaw Sangh
At 6am every morning, Divya Bachupally leaves home to travel to the Lemon Tree’s Red Fox Hotel. As a Guest Service Associate, she begins the day by attending to guests
Ashvini Parmar’s father dreamed that his daughter would one day become an engineer. Unfortunately, he never had the chance to see his daughter grow up beyond grade school as he
With a graceful ease, Nisha Chavda switches on her tablet, clicks on the computer icon, and turns up the volume. Today, she is learning about measuring temperature at different scales.
Like millions of migrant workers in India, Ashasura Akhiyani’s parents never had a chance at receiving an education and instead pursued work migrating in the fields to earn a living.
Kayalyn Kibbe is a long way from her native state of New York. As a participant in AIF’s William J. Clinton Fellowship Class of 2014–15, Kayalyn’s new home is the
To support the AIF Clinton Fellowship, the Stuyvie Comfort Grant supported two Fellows working in the field of Education in 2016-17, and will support two incoming Fellows in 2017-18.
Training Manual for Trainers Inclusion of Persons With Disability in Market Aligned Skills Training (MAST)
A Handbook for Implementing Education Programs
for Children of Seasonal Migrants
Resource Material for SMC
Training, Book 1
for Persons with Disabilities