Nandeesha is from a small village in Gadag district of Karnataka. He comes from a large family of 11. His father practices agriculture and two brothers work in nearby areas.
Rohini grew up in Chandrapur, in a family of five that included her parents and two sisters.
Our goal in 2021, is to leverage this milestone and the exponential quality of ten to explore how we can tap into the larger ecosystem in order to significantly scale our impact (with regard to key SDGs). That is what the Power of Possibilities is all about.
Through our on ground interventions, we are able to observe firsthand the challenges and barriers experienced by vulnerable communities.
Lead trainer Saptadeepa Biswas’s transition from a desk to a field job yielded some insights about what really motivates and drives her.
Amlesh, a field team member and program mobilizer in Head Held High’s East Cluster, talks about a key aspect of his work on the ground…
The pandemic has been very disruptive for groups and communities already faced with vulnerabilities. Urban slum communities are among those hit hardest, with many families reeling under the economic impact of shutdowns and job cuts.
“At no other time in recent history has the strength of the global community been tested so acutely.
The second Covid wave hit rural India disproportionately, as compared to the first one last year