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NOTES FROM A WISHING TREE

NOTES FROM A WISHING TREE

There’s something so endearing about a wishing tree. The wooden hyperbole, an installation of innocence. The installation often has the sanctity of a shrine, the sincerity of the participant who scribbles a wish. Unlike the devotee in the shrine who ties a thread and keeps…

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BEGINNING A NEW SERIES: 1BY1

BEGINNING A NEW SERIES: 1BY1

Beginning a new series 1 BY 1 (1 person 1 story) based on your experiences in the field/ community. Please contribute and we will share it in the most interesting ways across social media. Send your story now!

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A STORYTELLER’S MEMORY

A STORYTELLER’S MEMORY

To begin with a confession, I am a believer of stories. Real stories, true stories, fake stories, bizzare, absurd and even the most inconsequential ones; as long as they are good stories. Stories stay with us, we jog our memory banks and they appear and…

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LEARNINGS FROM THE FIELD

LEARNINGS FROM THE FIELD

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Today is GLOBAL HANDWASHING DAY

Today is GLOBAL HANDWASHING DAY

Today is GLOBAL HANDWASHING DAY and we are proud to share our WASH campaigns with SAVE THE CHILDREN, INDIA (2012-14) and WATER AID INDIA (2007-08). We also did a similar campaign with POPULATION FOUNDATION OF INDIA (2012-13) SWACCHA JIYO SWASTH JIYO (with Save the Children, India), a multi level health campaign…

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WE’RE BLAZING INTO THE FUTURE!

WE’RE BLAZING INTO THE FUTURE!

Digital India meets WATSAN at Garjia Devi Temple, Kumaon

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THE FIRST QUESTION

THE FIRST QUESTION

  It was summertime in Dhaka. We were in the city researching for a campaign on Child Rights in Bangladesh. The days would start with the routine rounds of meeting the programme officials, officials from the ministry, the education board bureaucrats and of course the…

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