All data collection in DLRP/Broadleaf office is done on paper. Thousands of documents are wrapped in newspaper, labeled in sharpie and stacked on a tall shelf that one has to
It started at 2:30 am in Mariani, Assam when Naryan a friend and colleague of my fellow fellow Dharamjeet waited for our train from Darjeeling to arrive. The train was an
बोकसीले बास पाउछ तर नानीको अमा पाउदैन।
Boksile bas pouncha tara nani ko aama poundaina
Witches will find housing but mothers with young children will not.
In my Nepali
The WHO defines the social determinants of health (SDH) as the conditions in which we are born, grow, work and live. Social phenomena like social, economic and political marginalization also determine our
My favorite project with DLRP/Broadleaf is to conduct a needs assessment of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) among tea laborers in Darjeeling. In preparation for this project I’ve been meeting with tea
This week I had the pleasure of getting to know two amazing people from Ummeed Child Development Center, a narrative therapy center in Mumbai. Narrative therapy is a technique to
Along with a group of other fellows, I attended the AIF Livelihoods Conference that was hosted by Self Reliant Initiatives through Joint Action (SRIJAN), an NGO that improves livelihoods of
In 2010, I joined AmeriCorps’ City Year program because I saw it as an opportunity to use my academic understanding of oppression for something practical, specifically education reform in Louisiana.
As a first generation American Desi, I am intimately familiar with navigating a “third culture” space. My family is from Hyderabad, India, but I was born and raised in the