Seeing the Ability in Disabilities

“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

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Cows, Plastic, and Upset Stomachs

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

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Haplessly Embedded

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

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But What About the Boy Child?

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

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