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How our Young Supporter Helped Create a Library Over the Summer

The summer holidays had begun. Like many young children, 9 year old Rutha and her younger brother were lazing at home. It was then that their mother told them about a friend’s initiative to collect second-hand books for setting up a library at a Government school in the Chikballapur district. Rutha found the idea very strange. “They must be having books at

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How our Young Supporter Helped Create a Library Over the Summer

Diwali bash for specially abled and slum-dwelling kids

Diwali celebration 2016 at the RBS premises at Eco-World Bellandur was a unique affair. An inclusive celebration where the organisers took every effort to ensure that the beneficiaries of their fund raising programmes enjoyed themselves and were treated like the special guests of honour. We have consciously worked towards building a CSR team that is personally committed to the cause of the

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Diwali bash for specially abled and slum-dwelling kids

When old clothes brought so much joy…

A little girl about 5 years old was walking to school. She was accompanied by a group of children all aged below 10. Their uniforms were faded and footwear rather worn out, but the children were bright eyed and enthusiastic. While crossing the busy road, one slipper fell off from the little girl’s foot. She tried to get it back but her

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When old clothes brought so much joy…

Nanna Kannu: Enabling Effective Eye Care for Rural Children

One of India’s biggest public health problems is blindness. Over 12 million Indians, which includes 320,000 children are completely blind. Early detection and timely treatment could have prevented blindness in nearly 80% of these people. In an attempt to promote awareness of vision care and promote early detection of eye related diseases, One Good Step is working with the Sankara Foundation to

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Nanna Kannu: Enabling Effective Eye Care for Rural Children

We are “Smart Cookies”

Janhavi , an enthusiastic lady started the Vimarsha Charitable Trust to provide education and livelihood skills to high functioning children with special needs. She looks forward to offering holistic learning experiences for the students at Vimarsha. Aniek Duijsens, student at the Hotel Management School Maastricht was keen to work in India . She looked forward to experiencing the Indian way of live

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We are “Smart Cookies”

What do you want to be when you grow up?

Gauthami*, resident of C K Halli village studied at the GHS Yellodu.school. She secured 91% marks in the class 10 examination and aspires to become a police officer. Gautami’s parents work as landless labourers. Her parents are proud of her but have no means to fund her higher education. Ashwath Narayan* also a resident of Yellodu village studied at this school .

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What do you want to be when you grow up?
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