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This Unique Farming Technique Doubled the Rice Produce of an Entire Village in Odisha
Meena Behera, 39, of Badamba in Cuttack district, lost her husband five years ago in a road accident. (Credit: Rakhi Ghosh\WFS)
Odisha’s Girls Are Breaking Societal Norms to Work in Cities, And They’re Not Looking Back!
TBI Blogs: Tribal Women from Odisha’s Kashipur Block Are Standing up against Exploitation – One Broom at a Time
TBI Blogs: This Woman Rallied Tribal Communities to Play a Crucial Role in the Broom Revolution of Odisha
How One Man’s Passion for Cycling Is Popularising the Healthy Practice in Bhubaneswar
Olive Ridley Turtles Have Better Chances of Survival Today, Thanks to These Odisha Villagers
TBI BLOGS: The World’s Biggest Voluntary Courier Service Is Run Purely on Faith
A Maternity Home Set up in an Odisha Village Delivers Safety and Good Health
[VIDEO] Chai-Wala in the Morning, Educator during the Day
Bravo, Madam: This Public Officer in Odisha Decided to Go Public with Her Transgender Identity
Prabhasini Pradhan Tested HIV Positive & Hit Rock Bottom. Until She Decided to Fight Back.
A Shop Where the Poor Get to ‘Choose’ What They Want for Free
How Women Are Helping Women Fight Domestic Violence in Odisha Villages
Welcome to Luhangara – a Panchayat in Odisha Where Nobody Defecates in the Open
They no longer roll beedis. Tribal girls in Odisha now dream of becoming teachers or even Sarpanch!
This Young Teacher Went To A Tribal Village In Odisha And Changed Lives Through Books, Songs & Stories
This Tribal District In Odisha Is Grooming Its Girls To Become Hockey Champions Of Tomorrow
The Pink Auto service in Bhubaneswar, endorsed by the local police, has made mobility and access to the city simpler and safer for thousands of women and girls commuting every day. (Credit: Rakhi Ghosh\WFS)
Searching For Safe Public Transport For Women – Are Pink Autos The Answer?
The Brave Lady Who Fought Against All Odds To Get Forest Rights For Her Tribal Community
What has enabled women, in particular, and the community, in general, to beat the odds related to maternal and child health in the region is the village health atlas, a collaborative effort of the local people, the Village Health and Sanitation Committee and government health workers. The Atlas enables them to take appropriate measures to enhance the health outcomes. (Credit: Sarada Lahangir\WFS)
Heard About The Village Health Atlas? It Is Reducing Maternal Mortality Rate In India’s Poorest Areas
Sunita Digal, 15, a Scheduled Caste girl from Rajikakhol village, with her mother, Gelima. The older woman is really happy and proud that her daughter is part of the Kishori Kalyan Samiti in the village, an all-girl group that is helping teens to say no to child marriage. (Credit: Sarada Lahangir\WFS)
This Girl Said ‘No’ To Getting Married 2 Weeks Before The Ceremony. You Will Be Glad To Know Why.
Whistling Can Be Used To Improve Sanitation? Yes! These Village Women Show You How.
We Haven’t Come Across An Act Of Kindness As Selfless As This. Have you?
The Engineer From Bangalore Who Created Alternative Livelihood Options For Villagers In Odisha
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