In other places that I worked, people would know me just as a school bus driver and sometimes not even know my name. But, in my ten years at Riverside,…
Did you know that Tamil Nadu has the third worst rate of female suicide in the world? Shocking isn’t it? Not for the people of this small village, where suicide…
These fifth-graders from Satya Bharti School in Punjab made 'radium necklaces' so that cattle on the roads can be observed at night for their 'Design for Change' project.
Stamping out stigma, these schoolgirls helped a group of women in their village in Udaipur launch a small entrepreneurial venture to make cloth pads. They received an award for their ‘Bold and Audacious’ idea at the ‘I CAN Awards 2018’ by Design for Change.
These 8th graders from a govt. school in Tamil Nadu have designed a DIY solution to prevent bicycles from falling while parked. Their project was recognised for ‘Quick Impact’ at the ‘I CAN Awards 2017’ organised by Design for Change.
Through ‘Mission: 100 Libraries Project’, students of SAI International School in Bhubaneshwar have been gifting 3-4 libraries per year to government schools. They've gifted 23 libraries so far and promise not to stop till they gift 100!
These kids from The Galaxy School created braille numbering in elevators of residential apartments and are demanding infrastructure for India’s blind.
These kids from a government school in New Delhi have designed to help make it easier for kids to share their feelings with their parents. The project was selected among the top 20 stories of change at the‘I CAN Awards 2017’ organised by Design for Change.
These kids from a remote tribal village in Odisha created a Mobile Library to take their School Library to their village. The project won a Parle-G Award for its ‘Easily Replicable’ solution at the‘I CAN Awards 2017’ organised by Design for Change.
These kids designed a wooden vehicle to make it easier for their matrons to serve them mid-day meals. The project was selected among the top 20 stories of change at the‘I CAN Awards 2017’ organised by Design for Change.
This clever product designed by 9th graders at The Galaxy School can prevent flames on your stove from getting extinguished. No more sweating while cooking!
These 13-year-olds have launched an Online Traffic Awareness Exam on www.mybicyclelicense.com to inculcate traffic rules in people right from childhood. Pass the test and get a Bicycle License. The project was shortlisted for the ‘I CAN Awards 2017’ organised by Design for Change.