Poverty Eradication Through Quality Primary Education

Poverty Eradication Through Quality Primary Education

February 21, 2020 |
Author: Anoop Gupta, Founder of icareindia
"If poverty can be abolished in this century, it can only be possible through knowledge " - Shri Narendra Modi This quote outlines how important education is for the well-being of a country's economy, as it brings multifaceted benefits to… Read more
The Makings of A Social Innovation Fund

The Makings of A Social Innovation Fund

February 13, 2020 |
Author: Erin Zaikis, Founder of Sundara
Through my ten years of visiting India, and my 7 years working there, I’ve realized that India’s youth are some of the most educated, hardest working people on the planet. One problem I continue to see: though their potential is… Read more
Caught Between Two Worlds

Caught Between Two Worlds

February 6, 2020 |
Author: Prena Pickett, Author of "If You Only Knew"
Imagine you’re at a table that stretches the length of a room. On one end is the version of yourself you display at home and with your family, the one you still cling to even though on most days you’re… Read more
Finding your voice

Finding your voice

January 26, 2020 |
Author: Rishad Tobaccowala, Senior Advisor to the Publicis Groupe
When I first began my career 40 years ago, one of my bosses took me aside and gave me two pieces of advice which today may be seen as racial profiling, but it was not. First, he said I had… Read more
From Heirloom to Sustainability: My Lessons for Scaling Social Enterprises

From Heirloom to Sustainability: My Lessons for Scaling Social Enterprises

January 24, 2020 |
Author: Dr. BP Agrawal, CNN Hero and Social Entrepreneur
In 2003, I embarked on a journey to perfect self-sustaining enterprises — Aakash Ganga to bring water to communities with no access to safe drinking water — and Arogya, to deliver primary healthcare at the doorstep of rural families. At that time, sustainability was… Read more
Turning Missed Opportunities into Positive Nutrition Outcomes

Turning Missed Opportunities into Positive Nutrition Outcomes

January 8, 2020 |
Author: Janine Schooley, Senior Vice President of Programs at Project Concern International
My work in the field of maternal, newborn and child health and nutrition for the past 34 years has given me the privilege of visiting thousands of villages and communities around the world, particularly in India. Through my involvement with… Read more
A Home Away

A Home Away

December 20, 2019 |
Author: Anu Radha, Indian Film Producer and Communications Specialist
Synchronicity is a word defined as a series of events that occur in our lives and appear to be connected to each other, but have no discernible relationship. Synchronicity was the beginning of an ordinary conversation, paving a path to… Read more
Building the Largest Movement of Grassroots Girl Leaders In India

Building the Largest Movement of Grassroots Girl Leaders In India

December 5, 2019 |
Author: Dhirendra Pratap Singh, CEO & Co-founder, Milaan Foundation
  Our lives are driven by stories. Stories inspire, teach, clarify, and mobilize. I have always strongly believed that narratives have the power to create lasting change. Over the years I have met many inspiring girls from some of the… Read more
My Journey Into the Light: Shivoham—The Quest

My Journey Into the Light: Shivoham—The Quest

November 14, 2019 |
Author: Chandrika Tandon, business leader, Grammy-nominated artist and humanitarian
By the early 2000s, despite having achieved tremendous success in the world of business and global finance, I found myself haunted by the existential worries that loom over us all. I wondered “What makes me happy?” “What is success?” “What… Read more