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
The role of the people we work on the field on a day in day out basis is so essential to the change we seek for the community.
My day starts with a 25-minute walk to the Keystone Foundation campus. By now, I can comfortably navigate the curves and settle in to enjoy the treasures that the walk
“Education is a method whereby one acquires a higher grade of prejudices.” -Laurence J. Peter
Observing primary classes at Bhasha’s Vasantshala school, I’ve begun to wonder how school
“Education is the manifestation of perfection already in a man.”
In a world of inequity, education often acts as a means for the less privileged to self-actualize. In
The dust kicked up behind the jeep as it carried me and my co-worker deeper into the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserves (NBR) than I had ever ventured for a field visit.
My project is with Bhasha, known in Gujarat as Bhasha Sansodhan Prakashan Kendra (Language Research and Publication Center). Bhasha works with tribal and adivasi (indigenous communities) in India. There are
Imagine it’s night time, the sun has set. You are walking along a dimly lit road in a small town. A distant light helps you navigate the path. The noisy
This month I had the privilege of staying with one of the community correspondents from my host organization Video Volunteers. The reporter I went to visit is proud to