How welfare gaps & stigma trap a teen at home

For six years, 17-year-old N Mamatha’s world has been limited to the view from her bed: a kitchen nook and the TV set. Barring one-off visits to her physiotherapist or the church, she never leaves the tiny two bedroom flat in a Saroornagar slum.

Source: The New Indian Express

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Posted On: 20th Nov 2017

Experts call for detailed mapping of migrant children

The lacunae in the procedures to deal with issues faced by migrant population and good practices to reach to migrant children in Tamil Nadu and other States were discussed at the meeting on rights, entitlements and protection of migrant children. It was organised by Aide et Action, a voluntary organisation dedicated to provide quality education to needy children.

Source: The Hindu

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Posted On: 27th Oct 2017

In Madhya Pradesh, literary fiction in adivasi languages has increased kids participation in schools

Arkat, all of 12 years, was excited to go to school because it was library day. His school, Kadla government primary school in Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh, was host to that week’s library session. It was not the case just a few years ago. Arkat, who studies in Class 5 and loves stories, didn’t have many books in his small school library.

Source: Scroll

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Posted On: 1st Sep 2017

The inspiring stories of women empowerment in rural India

The women of this land in Tamil Nadu have been victims of neglect for ages. Now, in the age of mass media and connected technology, they have found a new weapon to fight the oppression-the video camera.

Source: India Samvad

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Posted On: 1st Sep 2017

Plight of Migrant Workers Needs Attention in Himachal Pradesh

“In my village, I can’t feed my family because there’s no work. So, I came to Himachal Pradesh. It was painful to leave my wife and children,” said Harish Thapa, who hails from Rukum village of Nepal and works in Rekong Peo, the district headquarters of Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh. “I will earn here and repay loans I took from relatives,” Harish told VillageSquare.in.

Source: The Quint

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Posted On: 28th Aug 2017

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How welfare gaps & stigma trap a teen at home

For six years, 17-year-old N Mamatha’s world has been limited to the view from her bed: a kitchen nook and the TV set. Barring one-off visits to her physiotherapist or the church, she never leaves the tiny two bedroom flat in a Saroornagar slum.

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Experts call for detailed mapping of migrant children

The lacunae in the procedures to deal with issues faced by migrant population and good practices to reach to migrant children in Tamil Nadu and other States were discussed at the meeting on rights, entitlements and protection of migrant children. It was organised by Aide et Action, a voluntary organisation dedicated to provide quality education to needy children.

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In Madhya Pradesh, literary fiction in adivasi languages has increased kids participation in schools

Arkat, all of 12 years, was excited to go to school because it was library day. His school, Kadla government primary school in Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh, was host to that week’s library session. It was not the case just a few years ago. Arkat, who studies in Class 5 and loves stories, didn’t have many books in his small school library.

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The inspiring stories of women empowerment in rural India

The women of this land in Tamil Nadu have been victims of neglect for ages. Now, in the age of mass media and connected technology, they have found a new weapon to fight the oppression-the video camera.

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Plight of Migrant Workers Needs Attention in Himachal Pradesh

“In my village, I can’t feed my family because there’s no work. So, I came to Himachal Pradesh. It was painful to leave my wife and children,” said Harish Thapa, who hails from Rukum village of Nepal and works in Rekong Peo, the district headquarters of Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh. “I will earn here and repay loans I took from relatives,” Harish told VillageSquare.in.

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Plight of Migrant Workers Needs Attention in Himachal Pradesh

How welfare gaps & stigma trap a teen at home

For six years, 17-year-old N Mamatha’s world has been limited to the view from her bed: a kitchen nook and the TV set. Barring one-off visits to her physiotherapist or the church, she never leaves the tiny two bedroom flat in a Saroornagar slum.

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Experts call for detailed mapping of migrant children

The lacunae in the procedures to deal with issues faced by migrant population and good practices to reach to migrant children in Tamil Nadu and other States were discussed at the meeting on rights, entitlements and protection of migrant children. It was organised by Aide et Action, a voluntary organisation dedicated to provide quality education to needy children.

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In Madhya Pradesh, literary fiction in adivasi languages has increased kids participation in schools

Arkat, all of 12 years, was excited to go to school because it was library day. His school, Kadla government primary school in Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh, was host to that week’s library session. It was not the case just a few years ago. Arkat, who studies in Class 5 and loves stories, didn’t have many books in his small school library.

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The inspiring stories of women empowerment in rural India

The women of this land in Tamil Nadu have been victims of neglect for ages. Now, in the age of mass media and connected technology, they have found a new weapon to fight the oppression-the video camera.

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Plight of Migrant Workers Needs Attention in Himachal Pradesh

“In my village, I can’t feed my family because there’s no work. So, I came to Himachal Pradesh. It was painful to leave my wife and children,” said Harish Thapa, who hails from Rukum village of Nepal and works in Rekong Peo, the district headquarters of Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh. “I will earn here and repay loans I took from relatives,” Harish told VillageSquare.in.

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