Code Unnati is another partnership between Head Held High Foundation and UNDP that seeks to prepare youth to make informed career choices, and equip them with relevant job skills.
Meeting the Antarprerna Women in Thondebhavi
Thondebhavi is a picturesque village nestled in between a set of hills in Karnataka’s Chikballapur district. The district capital is 30 km to the east of the village.
We set up an Antarprerna women collective in Thondebhavi in September of 2020 with support from our partner, ACC Trust.
Helping Youth In GAGAL Find Their Footing
In Gagal, our youth transformation program is supported by ACC Trust. This is an overview of the hurdles that youth at that location face and how the program is helping address them.
Gagal is a small village in Bilaspur Tehsil and district of Himachal Pradesh. The district features several visitor attractions, including Bhakra Dam and a number of temples.
Mitti Ke Rang Helps Small Women Entrepreneurs Get Their Products Online
When it first started out, Mitti Ke Rang was a small but committed social initiative run by Amit Jain and his mother, along with his co-founder Saket Deshmukh. It was inspired by the familial support system that came together for them following the death of his father when Amit was only three.
The Choice That Transformed Rajkumar’s Life
A native of a small village in Sindri district, Jharkhand, Rajkumar dropped out of school in 8th standard. This was partly due to the family’s financial
Yasmeen was the First Woman in Her Family to Work
Yasmeen lived in a family of eight in Gulbarga district of Karnataka. She has three elder sisters, all of whom got married early.
Gauri Malik Of Sirohi On Building a Purpose-Driven Brand That Consumers Love
We started our work in 2012 as Skilled Samaritan Foundation – with the goal of lighting villages through solar power.
Nandeesha Steers His Life in a New Direction
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.
“I Have the Opportunity to Transform Many Others Like Me”
Rohini grew up in Chandrapur, in a family of five that included her parents and two sisters.
#ThePowerOfPossibilities: Ideas and Insights for the Next 10
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.
Sowing Seeds for a More Hopeful Tomorrow
Through our on ground interventions, we are able to observe firsthand the challenges and barriers experienced by vulnerable communities.
What i have learnt about myself in the last few years.
Lead trainer Saptadeepa Biswas’s transition from a desk to a field job yielded some insights about what really motivates and drives her.