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Stories from the field

Safe Motherhood Day 2008
It is a little known fact that Mumtaz Mahal, Moghul Emperor Shah Jahan’s favorite queen died due to complications related to repeated childbirth.

School buildings that teach …
The Building as Learning Aid (BaLA) concept, developed by the VINYÃS Centre for Architectural Research & Design aims at maximising the educational utility of school buildings, while enhancing environmental aesthetics.

Reaching out … taking education to the unreached!
On Sunday, the 10th of February 2008, an air of palpable excitement laced the cheery sunshine bathing the Chief Minister Shiela Dixit’s lawns, as her guests milled around in anticipation of the unveiling and launch of the ‘Chalta Firta School’ Mobile Lear

Red Ribbon Express flagged off
1 December 2007, New Delhi: World AIDS Day acquired a special significance for India as the Red Ribbon Express (RRE) rolled out the railway tracks on a year-long journey across the country on Saturday.

Red Ribbon Express: HIV/AIDS awareness on wheels
India is all set to launch its biggest campaign involving children and youth in spreading awareness about HIV/AIDS when Red Ribbon Express chugs out of New Delhi on December 1.

Red Ribbon Express: HIV/AIDS awareness on wheels
India is all set to launch its biggest campaign involving children and youth in spreading awareness about HIV/AIDS when Red Ribbon Express chugs out of New Delhi on December 1.

Innocence squandered in garbage
Ahead of the festival season, India’s most planned city is preparing to celebrate.But in its largest slum,Muskan,12, and her gang of reed-thin children are bracing for the worst period of the year when the city will litter more mindlessly than it normally

Child fights battle against her own mother
The day at school is long over. But Bharti, 12, is in no hurry to leave. She has some reading to do. The last test she took was fine, but not good enough.

Miracle Baby: Day-old girl returns from clutches of death
Pediatric ward of Government Rajindra Hospital is hosting a special child these days. She has no name, but if she were to have one, “Adbhut” (marvelous) would be perfect. She has just survived a fatal assault that no other child, could have.

Long road to freedom for child domestic workers
When Ramesh Kumar’s father told him that he was going to India’s capital city, Delhi, he was thrilled. Little did he know, what awaited him.

Major push for HIV affected children in India
The Indian government has announced the formation of a high-level national coalition to push for greater prioritisation of HIV/AIDS.

 

 

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