Good Schemes that are unable to do much Good : MSME loans and roadblocks
I gave my three-year-old cousin a pen and asked her to write the alphabet ‘A’  without ever teaching her what...
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An unexpected job loss that became a push in the entrepreneurial direction
An unexpected job loss that became a push in the entrepreneurial direction
  Statistics about job losses started coming in soon after the lockdown was announced in late March (2020) and continued...
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Accelerating Micro-Entrepreneurship at the Base of the Pyramid
Accelerating Micro-Entrepreneurship at the Base of the Pyramid
Over the past year, we, at LetsEndorse, have been implementing our intervention model Project Udyamita in collaboration with SIDBI (Small...
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The Decade of Action – Moving Towards 2030 Agenda of SDGs
The Decade of Action – Moving Towards 2030 Agenda of SDGs
Starting from 2020, a new decade is all set to embark on a new journey, unfurling into a spectrum of...
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World Braille Day 2020 – The Language of The Blind
World Braille Day 2020 – The Language of The Blind
World Braille Day, January 4th, 2020: It is true that blind and visually impaired people can’t see but who said...
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LGBTQI: A Community of Genders that Matter Too
LGBTQI: A Community of Genders that Matter Too
‘Acceptance’ is beyond just a word. It inclines with one’s self-worth, identity and feelings and LGBTQI community (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,...
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Diversity and Inclusion: Intervening where it matters the most
Diversity and Inclusion: Intervening where it matters the most
It has been just a week since the International Women's Day, themed #BalanceforBetter, towards creating a gender-balanced world. The race...
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ASER 2018- Time to make ‘learning for all’ a national priority
ASER 2018- Time to make ‘learning for all’ a national priority
ASER (ANNUAL STATUS OF EDUCATION REPORT), the only national source of information about children’s foundational skills across the country, has been...
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Affordable eyecare and crystal clear vision: A Sneak Peak on World Sight Day
Affordable eyecare and crystal clear vision: A Sneak Peak on World Sight Day
Our eyes are said to be the most important sense organ but 1 out of 100 Indians cannot use these...
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Chalk and Challenges- Transforming the education system, One Teacher at a time!
Chalk and Challenges- Transforming the education system, One Teacher at a time!
“… It is a greater work to educate a child, in the true and large sense of that phrase, than...
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Malnutrition- The Silent Catastrophe and the Miraculous supplements
Malnutrition- The Silent Catastrophe and the Miraculous supplements
Children are the wealth of tomorrow; take care of them, if you wish to have a strong India ever ready...
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National Sports Day: The Game isn’t going to win itself.
National Sports Day: The Game isn’t going to win itself.
August 29 marks the birth anniversary of India's hockey wizard, Major Dhyan Chand. A phenomenal athlete, Dhyan Chand put India...
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The man who walked to raise awareness about blood donation
The man who walked to raise awareness about blood donation
Blood donation is a serious issue in India, firstly because of lack of sufficient blood donors in India despite having...
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How Indian companies approach CSR
How Indian companies approach CSR
(This article was originally published in India Development Review and no modifications have been made to the original article.) Understanding...
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All it takes for a change is one story
All it takes for a change is one story
Crowdfunding and online fundraising can be a challenging task, especially while convincing donors who aren’t interested to know the already bared...
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