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Former Beggars Form Human Chain to Clean River Gomati, Remove 1 Ton of Plastic Waste
Here’s What India’s Extreme Poor Need to Break The Poverty Cycle Forever
The country could learn a thing or two from Alappuzha, where beggars are being rehabilitated. Representative image only. Image Quality: Pixabay
This Kerala Town Aims to Become Hunger-Free and Beggar-Free in a Month!
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6 Organisations Providing Free NEET Coaching to Deserving Students, Transforming Lives & Futures
You Will Fall in Love With This Beggar Who Saved up for 2 Years to Buy His Daughter a Dress
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All Aboard the Sapno ka Dibba! A Metro Ride Inspires Underprivileged Kids to Reach for Their Dreams
#HowTo Use Jan Dhan Yojana to Set up Bank Accounts With Zero Balance for Your Domestic Help
MY STORY: I found the heart of India in Dharavi slum, Mumbai.
TBI Blogs: How a 20-Year-Old Went from Selling Newspapers to Working at a Multinational Company
TBI Blogs: Here’s How You Can Help India’s Poor Survive the Bitter Cold in the Heart of Winter
From Amma’s Canteens to Annapurna Rasois: How India’s Low Cost Canteens are Feeding the Hungry
MY VIEW: A 6-Point Approach to Urban Planning That Ensures Housing for All and Prevents Slum Growth
Moved By Their Agony, This Kerala Doctor Became a Messiah For The Terminally Ill
The many Government Schemes that can help Landless and Homeless Women lead a more Secure Life
Kids in the slum do not have access to proper education.
MY STORY: I Came From South Africa To Help The Poor In India But I Am Amazed With What I See Here!
The Maharashtra Drought Relief Project is now called the Yuva Foundation
The Maharashtra Drought Relief Project: When Empathy Translates To Action
The Hospital carries out about 2,200 deliveries every year
SEWA Rural – Taking Development To The Poorest Of Poor In The Remotest Of Remote Villages
A Bagariya family in the outskirts of Ajmer
TBI Special Report: The Bagariyas of Ajmer – A Little Bit Can Go A Long Way
TBI Book Giveaway #5: ‘Poor Economics’ by Abhijit V. Banerjee & Esther Duflo
Many times, the mid-day meal is the only food the children get to eat in the entire day, and forms one of the biggest incentives for them to come to school. An example of a successful public-private partnership, the Akshaya Patra mid-day meal program has been able to achieve outstanding cost and delivery efficiency by employing innovative technology, superlative management skills and smart engineering.
TBI Photo Essay: Akshaya Patra – How To Make 1.5 Million Meals In Less Than 5 Hours
Richard also follows up with his wards and makes sure they are receiving proper treatment
TBI Heroes: Richard And His Battle Against Destitution
Villagers contributing to the grain bank. (Credit: Sarada Lahangir\WFS)
Fixed Deposits Of Grain Turn To Gold
NCR Blanket Distribution Drive – Helping the Poor in their Battle for Survival
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