Need of the Hour With eVidyaloka

Need of the Hour With eVidyaloka

December 23, 2021 |
Author: Brinda Poornapragna, CEO, eVidyaloka Trust
90% of the Indian education system is driven by rural government schools, and there are 2 chronic challenges we have as a country: acute teacher shortage and quality of learning experience. eVidyaloka is an NGO with a vision of creating… Read more
Joy of Giving: The Cause of Eldercare in India

Joy of Giving: The Cause of Eldercare in India

October 8, 2021 |
Author: Pramod Bhasin, Chairperson of American Friends of HelpAge India
The world of technology and finance, and now the start-up boom, has elevated India on the world stage in ways no one could have foreseen 20 years ago. I have been privileged to be part of this burgeoning sector through… Read more
Healing through Art: Restoring the Soul

Healing through Art: Restoring the Soul

June 10, 2021 |
Author: Tushar Unadkat, CEO and Creative Director of MUKTA Advertising
Faiz Ahmad Faiz, one of the most illustrious poets of the subcontinent, often wrote about the indomitable spirit of humanity. His poetry evoked that sentiment beautifully, and it came through in his writings through his various political incarcerations. His wife… Read more
#ABillionThriving: Dasra Philanthropy Week Recap

#ABillionThriving: Dasra Philanthropy Week Recap

May 19, 2021 |
Author: Tushaar Carvalho, Dasra's Strategic Philanthropy Team Associate
With the world still recovering from the pandemic, this year’s Dasra Philanthropy Week (DPW) from March 15-18th aimed to bring together leaders from the development sector around the world, and philanthropists onto a virtual platform to strengthen the dialogue around… Read more
The Path to Giving in a Pandemic

The Path to Giving in a Pandemic

May 19, 2021 |
Author: Mokshvi Shah, Junior, High School
March 13th 2020. Friday the 13th. That date holds so much significance. A date already looming with superstition of bad fate. It’s the date my school, and others around the country, officially shut down due to COVID-19. Technically, it was… Read more
Hope for Mothers

Hope for Mothers

May 15, 2020 |
Author: Mira Bhatia, Leader of the Mother’s Relief Fund Campaign
Baby Mansi was born 2 months prematurely at about 2.6 pounds and quickly developed hypothermia...almost everyone told her parents she wouldn’t survive. Thanks to the Maternal and Neonatal Survival Initiative (MANSI) workers, the baby not only survived but thrived. In… Read more