There will be a greater demand for and willingness to use alternative sources of power in Kerala in the future. How should ANERT transition to meet these?
A look at the work of Quest Alliance with the government schools in Samastipur district, Bihar. This intervention was started as part of the SDPP program, funded by USAID.
Some changes in behaviour that are needed to address certain well-known issues of underdevelopment in the country.
Bhutan’s achievements in terms of access to education are remarkable. There is nearly 99% enrolment in the primary grades, and hardly any difference between boys and girls in this regard.
What can be the criteria for evaluating and designing effective organizations?
Ability-based grouping and differential curriculum are the most contested aspects of the education reforms pursued by the Aam Aadmi Party in the state of Delhi. An assessment of education reforms in Delhi under AAP.
Setting up an organization to receive or provide a service is not necessary for all contexts. There may be several other options. At the same time, there are a number of genuine reasons why creating an organization is preferred over other options.
The schooling of tribal children in conflict zones is riddled with severe challenges. We study the work of a relatively small and new NGO, Shiksharth, which is trying to support the public education system. In light of this, we present the situation, the challenges and some possible solutions.
What motivates altruism? Is it self-interest, the desire to acquire money or power, or the compulsion to do the ‘right thing’? All these are examined in detail in this note.
NGOs play a pioneering role in the support and rehabilitation of PWDs in India. Besides providing assistance to those who seek their services, they reach out to PWDs in distant locations and communities through various models of rehabilitation. APD is one such organization, headquartered in Bangalore.
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