“It’s actually us who are the ones with the disability”
In the warmth of Mysore’s January in Southern India, a classroom in the corner of the JSS Polytechnic is a
By: Amanda Kamalapuri
I recently had the incredible opportunity to moderate a panel focusing on AIF’s Clinton Fellowship. As a new member of AIF’s New York Young Professional (NYYP) Chapter’s Leadership
“People with disabilities are vulnerable because of the many barriers we face: attitudinal, physical, and financial. Addressing these barriers is within our reach and we have a moral duty to
“Namaste! Mein Indus Action ki EWS helpline se baat kar rahi hoon.” / “Hello! I am calling from Indus Action’s EWS (Economically Weaker Section) helpline.”
This is how a Shiksha
There are different theories about why cows line the streets of Bhavnagar. Some say the cows wander because of old age and a waning ability to produce milk. Another
In this era of global warming and climate change, everyone is striving towards a clean and safe India. The recent initiative led by the Indian government added to its up-scaling.
A staff meeting was called on the second day of this brand-new year. We went around the room sharing a brief reflection of the past year and some of our
This week, Alumnus AIF Clinton Fellow Gaurang Raval (2012-13) was inducted into the Ashoka Fellowship in Delhi. As an Ashoka Fellow, Gaurang will continue working on Sauhard; a youth development
From my previous post, we were left with concerns and implications from questions raised in a recent office meeting: How far can we actually go in community involvement? How active can
Camille’s Fellowship is made possible by Rural India Supporting Trust/The Hans Foundation.
When I first arrived at Avani, I was enchanted by the scarves and textiles on display, with their delicate
For me, monitoring & evaluation is a push and pull between being social—getting to know the program team whose work I’m studying; and remaining solitary—reading, analyzing, writing. I’m fairly comfortable
Prashant’s Fellowship was made possible by the Rural India Supporting Trust/The Hans Foundation.
The role of the people we work on the field on a day in day out
My first few weeks at the Naz Foundation (India) Trust felt oddly comforting. I still wasn’t used to the extensive kindness (especially as it relates to food) that people in
Almost exactly a year ago, I submitted two fellowship applications for work in India. I was ready to take on any role either organization would see fit for me and