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The Marvels of Mistakes

Discovering Common Ground In March, I got an opportunity to visit two organizations, the YP […]

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Top to Bottom – explaining complex institutions at the level they most simply affect

How do you explain complex institutions at an everyday level? Anyone who teaches underserved populations […]

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Stories from the Field: Celebrating the Grassroot Workers of MNCH

The grassroots workers of every social intervention are the driving force of the organisation’s mission […]

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My Experience with the Status Quo

Status quo is a Latin phrase meaning the existing state of affairs, particularly with regard […]

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Conversations with Ex-Inmates

The selection process of the Banyan Impact Fellowship is a journey of its own with […]

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‘Gender’ and ‘Women’ are not Synonymous

As an AIF Fellow, I was placed with the Women’s Empowerment Desk (WED) at the […]

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Ensuring Gender Mainstreaming in the Tibetan Administration

Gender Mainstreaming can be defined as ‘ integration of a gender perspective into the preparation, […]

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Online Gender Training: Does It Really Work?

Fresh from my AIF Clinton Fellowship Orientation, I started work with my host organization, the […]

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Virtual Interventions in Development Sector Trainings: Part 2

I was and am delighted to have been placed at the Women’s Empowerment Desk (WED) […]

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Do Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth?

The concept of communal cooking has always interested me. When I was 8, my father […]

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