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Stories from the field

From Plains To Patalkot, Census Reaches Out To Interiors
However, Halki, a Bharia tribal woman from Doripatha village in Patlakot region, does not know what is census or “janganga” as it is called in Hindi. But she also knows she was counted when the enumerator came to her house.

Community Radio Connects, Educates, Entertains
However, Halki, a Bharia tribal woman from Doripatha village in Patlakot region, does not know what is census or “janganga” as it is called in Hindi. But she also knows she was counted when the enumerator came to her house.

Children enjoy learning in Activity Based Learning Schools
The initiative launched in 4000 primary schools for classes one and two across 50 districts in the state allows children to study according to their own pace in a child-friendly teaching and learning environment.

Mobile schools in tents to target migrant children in Madhya Pradesh
With 85 percent tribal population, a large number of children in Jhabua district, who move with their parents in their search for work, end up missing education altogether.

Safe motherhood remains a challenge in MP...
Nebi Bai, a young mother, was seven month pregnant when she suddenly developed acute stomach cramps. A resident of tribal hamlet Nidanpur in Madhya Pradesh, Neba Bai was taken to Chanderi Community Health Centre, around 20 kilometers away...

Child reporters bring grassroots issues to the fore...
Sohagpur (Hoshangabad), Madhya Pradesh, December 2007: A group of girl students in village Gunadari in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh are spearheading a campaign to open a high school for girls near or in their village...

Grassroot reporting by grassroot children
Eighteen-year-old Kamod Singh Ahirwar of Chechli village in Sohapur tehsil of Hoshangabad district candidly narrates all the problems of his village. From lackadaisical teaching staff to poor electricity supply to sanitation.

Little fingers which used to pick rags from dustbins are learning to write
Just a few months’ back Divya, Madhu and Asmita were strolling in the lanes of Bhopal searching for polybags from the city dustbins. It is like character of story on the lives of girls who live in the slums near Bhopal station.

Munni wants to become a doctor
Munni, a 10-year-old girl from Jhakela village in tribal dominated Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh, now studies in a school, something which she could only dream of a couple of years ago.

Nutrition Rehabilitation - reviving young lives
Cuddled in his mother’s lap, two year old Naval looked quite comfortable. Even his mother agreed that her son seemed in better health than anytime since his birth.

Young People share their concerns on HIV/AIDS
150 young people from various districts of Malwa and Nimar region of central India gathered at Indore, the business capital of the state of Madhya Pradesh, on May 11th and 12th to participate in a youth convention on HIV/AIDS.

 

 

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