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Meet Harkesh, an AWC Malviya Nagar, Jaipur Student

Meet Harkesh, an AWC Malviya Nagar- Jaipur Student “HPPI helped me find a perfect balance between supporting my family and supporting my dream” India consists of millions of children who work to financially support their family often sacrificing…
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Ilam Mottukal: Helping girl students inch closer to their dreams

Subha Lakshmi is a 3rd standard student in Panchayat Union Middle School, P.M. Thevar Colony, Tuticorin. She is the eldest of the four siblings, with two younger brothers and a newborn baby sister. Subha’s parents work as daily wage laborers in a…
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“Start small but aim big,” says Pinky, an entrepreneur

Thirty-year-old Pinky is a mother of four kids and a doted daughter-in-law. And she is also an entrepreneur who runs her own garment store as well as stitching shop and contributes to her family income. Pinky says, “I always wanted to do something…
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Sashakt: Creating Choices, Emboldening Voices

These days, a repetitive “kuk kuk kuk” sound mostly welcomes the visitors as they enter Rukmini Bai’s gracefully minimal, earth-made house in Sanwadi village of Sheopur district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. One may also enter the…
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Vishal Kumar from Neemrana

Meet Vishal Kumar from Academy for Working Children-Neemrana Hi I am Vishal kumar and I am 14 years old, my father name is Rajender Prashad and mother name is Manju Devi. I belong to poor family from U.P. and here I living in Neemrana. We are 2…
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Samarth Girls Programme: Nurturing Dreams into Reality

Once one says ‘yes’ to positivity, the affirmation turns contagious. And 9-year old Divya Kumari is a living testimony of the dictum. Since the three years she came to Dharuhera from her native Uttarakhand, the 9-year-old has experienced a sea…
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Economic Freedom with Gender Parity

Watching us approach her shop, 35-year-old Rekha Devi’s husband, Ashok Kumar, left in haste while she sat hunched over her sewing machine table, jotting down measurements for a small number of customers in her work diary. He was quick to return,…
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The taste of financial independence

A peacock hastily crosses the road and dives into a mustard field while on the left of the road, three beautiful migratory cranes flap their wings in a pond with the setting sun in the background. Atail is a picturesque village in Rohtak, Haryana…

Aseem- A story of struggle and triumph

Aseem- A story of struggle and triumph Aseem a 9 year old vivacious boy lives with his family in slums of Chakkapur village, Gurgaon. Just like an average 9 year old he is mischievous, spirited and curious but that is where the similarities end.…
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Mascara in the shantytown

In fortitude, the courageous forge their providence. This dictum holds particularly true for 43-year-old Jharna Bairagya of Nathupur slum cluster in Gurugram, Haryana. The rapid metro whizzes overhead and the multinational offices across the road…

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Meet Parmeena from Haryana Girls Education Center

Meet Parmeena from Haryana Girls Education Centre Parmeena, the twelve year old daughter of Akhtar and Rahisan, lives in Ghasera village of Mewat, Haryana. The belief that she has been brought up in a conservative environment was reinstated when the…
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Of A Teacher and An Entrepreneur

It is around four in the afternoon and a group of young students hastily rush into 26-year-old Pooja Kaushik’s house in Nayagaon area of Faridabad, Haryana. A small, colourfully decorated chart paper outside the house proclaims that tuition classes…
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Economic Freedom with Gender Parity

Watching us approach her shop, 35-year-old Rekha Devi’s husband, Ashok Kumar, left in haste while she sat hunched over her sewing machine table, jotting down measurements for a small number of customers in her work diary. He was quick to return,…

Children, planet and green cover!

Children, planet and green cover! Climate change mitigation together with the students Anjali, a second year Necessary Teacher Training Programme (NeTT) student at District Institute of Education and Training (D.I.E.T.) Beeswa Meel, Sonepat is a…
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“Start small but aim big,” says Pinky, an entrepreneur

Thirty-year-old Pinky is a mother of four kids and a doted daughter-in-law. And she is also an entrepreneur who runs her own garment store as well as stitching shop and contributes to her family income. Pinky says, “I always wanted to do something…
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Sashakt Women Propelling Social Parity

“Why aren’t you marrying off your daughter yet? Do you want us to approach the Panchayat to resolve the issue?” “Why do you need to continue her education? Do you think your daughter will be the next Prime Minister of this country?” No sooner had…
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Ushering in A Wave of Transformation

Just a day before we met Archana at her house in Sanwadi village in Sheopur district of MP, her village had witnessed a spectacle of an event that the village residents were still talking about amidst peals of laughter. “Yesterday, the men of our…

Financial Literacy paving the way for a brighter, secure future - Guddi Devi

Financial Literacy paving the way for a brighter, secure future - Guddi Devi Name of the Beneficiary: Guddi Devi W/o. Kishan Singh RajputName of the SHG: Ajeetgarh ClusterVillage: Mothuka block of Alwar District Guddi Devi is an embodiment of hope…
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Towards A News Era of Financial Freedom

“I will call you later. Some people from the project office are here,” says 34-year-old Archana Devi as she hangs up the phone. “That was a friend. I have invited her to join the incense packing work. She is a widow with two kids and needs work.…
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Opportunities beyond my constraints

Inside the quaint little lanes of Mangawas village in Jhajjar, Haryana, lives 28-year-old Sarita Devi who owns a shop that sells ladies apparel—colourful suits in different fabrics—for every occasion her customers demand. Sarita was born with a…

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Humana People to People India is a development organization registered as a not-for-profit company under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956 as of 21st May 1998. It is a non-political, non-religious organization. Its mission is to unite with people in India in order to create development in the broadest sense through the implementation of the projects that aim at transferring knowledge, skills and capacity to individuals and communities who need assistance to come out of poverty and other dehumanizing conditions.

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