by kavita on Oct 24, 2008      Category: Inspiration & Humour Tags: peace
2 users have voted.

Wanted a Volunteer Webdesigner

by newbeginning on Oct 23, 2008      Category: * Needs & Opportunities * Tags: needs & opportunities
We are a Small NGO based in Delhi. We need help to design and update our website. Currently we are struggling with our present guy. So any help will be highly appreciable
7 users have voted.

Forging Ahead - The Story of FORGE

by prateek on Oct 23, 2008      Category: Others Tags: refugee unhcr zambia
5 users have voted.

Grassroutes - A bunch of youth on a road-trip for change

by abhilash on Oct 22, 2008      Category: Education Tags: youth road-trips social-change
The Grassroutes Fellowship Program encourages youth to embark on road-trips, interact with change-makers at the grassroots and understand first-hand the problems that plague our nation.The Program sponsors 6 teams of adventurous, passionate young people every year on such 10 day road-trips. Applications are due November 15, 2008 for the winter edition of the fellowship. During the Program, the Fellows will have to: Research and understand the on-ground reality - the problem at hand, the non-profits, the change-makers and their actions, the role of the community and the local g
8 users have voted.

Scavenging Freedom

by yaomi on Oct 22, 2008      Category: Housing & Sanitation Tags: india health social untouchables entrapreneurs
This is the story of Sulabh International Social Service Organization and its founder, Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak. Sulabh took on the mission of removing untouchability in India by going to one of its main causes - India's toilet infrastructure. Instead of legal interventions, they chose to use entrepreneurship and have created a movement whose success turns conventional wisdom on its head. Sulabh's impact is felt all over India today and is a great story of engineering entrepreneurship being used to solve a human rights problem. Sulabh's story assumes importance in it's use of "Action Sociology" a
7 users have voted.

Less Plastic for me

by Brinda on Oct 21, 2008      Category: Environment Tags: environment plastic waste recycle recycling
Dear all, This is to introduce you to our programme called Less Plastic for Me The programme is a joint initiative of Wipro and Saahas, a development organization working with issues related to management of waste in Bangalore. Programme Objectives Elicit public support to reduce use of plastic disposable products Use this support to introduce policies which ensure that all supermarkets and stores stop giving plastic carry bags free. Consumers who do not have their own shopping bag will thus have to pay for the plastic bags Introduce common collection centers for used plastic in schoo
14 users have voted.