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He Sold Bread & Changed Tyres To Survive. Now He Helps Other Kids Become Engineers & IAS Officers

He used to sell bread for earning his daily bread. He gathered coal from the streets so that his mother could cook a meal. He changed tyres during his vacations to survive. He became an engineer with the money collected from his teachers. But today he is helping many others like him to become engineers, doctors, chefs and even IAS officers! Meet a true blue changemaker.
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Lost and Found: The Innocent Children of Prisoners

From counselling them to reuniting the families, Global Network for Equality is helping the children of prisoners live a better life. Taking a scientific approach, GNE has made significant improvements in the lives of these innocent kids and is giving them opportunities that are sorely missing in their present circumstances. Read all about their work here.
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This Young Team Is Spreading Hope And Love In The Lives Of Those Who Need It The Most

The satisfaction you get by spreading little joys among the less privileged cannot be expressed. From healthcare to elderly care, this team of young enthusiasts is all about spreading joy in the lives of those who need it the most. Their aim is to make social work a little more fun. Hope Springs believes in using their passion and talent to change lives. What's more - its so easy that you can do it too!