Run for India, Run for AIF

A supporter of American India Foundation in Chicago, Ritu Jain shares her reflections organizing a 5k run to raise awareness and funds for AIF.
I’m a wife, mother of two,

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Teaching Others

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

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Students are Eager to Learn

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.

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I Will Grow Up and Be A Teacher

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.

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Glimpses of Madhopur

In Harry Potter, when Harry needs to conjure a Patronus, the charm needed to get rid of Dementors–creatures that bring doom and gloom, he has to think of a

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I met ambiguity

“Forge through ambiguity.” These were the words of advice that we were given at the beginning of our journeys as American India Foundation, William J. Clinton Fellows. At the time,

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Stuyvie Comfort Fellows

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.

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