FELLOWSHIP BLOG

WILLIAM J. CLINTON FELLOWSHIP FOR SERVICE IN INDIA

FELLOWSHIP BLOG

Ashwin Advani
Money Money Money

Warning: The blog will pose more questions rather than approach any answers. The concept of money in our lives is inescapable, and I understand how privileged I am when it…

Cassie Denbow
“Finding the whey”

As we stood there, representing countries as diverse as Japan, Germany, India, and the US, all crowded around a Japanese cookbook, inquisitively studying the photo of tofu mash ( the…

Gaytri Devi
Better late than never…

I had organized a 3-day workshop to understand my host organization‘s work better.also It was also an effort to figure out my project and the best possible way in which…

Gabrielle Trippe
Mahila

I am an individual who has lived all over the world as I am in international development, with a focus on health and human rights. Currently I am living in…

Matthew Kelly
Our Morning Assembly

What is most loudly heard at APV is our morning assembly’s. It represents everything APV stands for – mindfulness, creativity, and love. It has been a true pleasure to be…

Liv Dowling
Breaking the (Auto) Mode

When I lived in Delhi in 2011, I knew I needed a better camera. To me, my point-and-shoot just didn’t seem capable of capturing the speed of daily life and…

Megan Tara Casebolt
The Fourth “T” of Darjeeling

In an early blog post, I mentioned the concept of the Darjeeling economy divided into three areas called the three T’s: tea, timber, and tourism. But throughout my time here,…

Angela Kohama
The things that keep you sane

People often ask me, “Why India?” It’s true, I keep returning. As I wrote in my application for this fellowship, I find India alluring. There is something intimate and almost…

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