Increased healthcare expenses and lack of access to hospitals prompted a women’s collective in UP to run a biweekly village clinic on family subscriptions.
In a remote tribal district of Gadchiroli, a system of introspective education is successfully motivating and working with young individuals to make the nation a better place.
With the help of development workers from a non-profit, Barkheda’s villagers are using the commons for the mutual benefit of the community at large.
Over 1,300 drought-prone villages of the state, as part of the Satyamev Jayate Water Cup 2017, are creating rainwater-harvesting structures to end their water woes.
The first living Westerner to be named the ‘Philanthropist of the Year’ by the Asian Awards has been living and working in Kolkata for decades – silently improving the lives of many of the city’s poorest residents.
Corporate social responsibility activities are guided less by what is deemed good for the society in the long run and more by the short-term compulsions and interests of a company.
The order as it stands now will last until mid January 2017 and the penalties for violating the order comes with a prison term of up to one month and/or a fine of up to Rs. 200.
Leaked e-mails give the first account of how one of the world’s wealthiest charitable foundations negotiated to rescue its India operations.
Marham is holding a ‘Feel the Footpath’ initiative on October 8 to spread awareness about the problems faced by the homeless.
The new guidelines, released by the party’s central committee and the cabinet, say party committees must be set up to ensure ‘effective cover’ in all NGOs.
Draft rules released by the Ministry of Civil Affairs on Monday demand that NGOs publicise specific information like funding and membership or face being banned.
There are already so many laws that apply to NGOs and are barely used effectively; where is the need for one more?