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Transforming Waste into Assets
Innovations transform waste into fuel, fertilizer, and even houses that can withstand monsoons.
New Waves in Water Management
The magnitude of India’s water crisis eclipses that of most other countries.
Rocket to the Future: Kalam and a Child's Mind
APJ Abdul Kalam believed that education would transform India, and propel it forward as a developing nation.
Water and Work
Whether you are a fisherman, a farmer, or a factory worker, your livelihood depends on water.
The Business of Improving Lives: Social Business in India
Social businesses are a growing trend that may hold the key to reshaping developing communities around the world.
Human Rights in India
Many Indian citizens are not granted the most basic human rights by their democratic government.
Sanitation and Freedom
Sanitation gives us something very close to independence, and just as important: Sanitation is freedom.
Innovations in Sanitation: An Introduction
Innovations may make it possible for everyone to enjoy the benefits of good sanitation.
How Women Entrepreneurs are Changing India
Women entrepreneurs have succeeded and flourished in a world where the odds can be stacked against them.
The Future of Sanitation
While many strides have been made, millions of Indians every day are still negatively impacted by poor sanitation.
The Challenge of Menstrual Waste Management
Taboos hinder discussion about the serious environmental impacts of menstrual waste.
Whatever shape these inventions take, all of them are developed for an undeniably important purpose: improving and saving the lives of millions.
Volunteering to Change the World
Volunteering helps worthy causes. It also yields personal satisfaction, stress relief, and even career advancement.
Poverty, Fear, and the Illegal Cruelty of Child Marriage
The tradition of child marriage perpetuates poverty.
Right to Information versus Government Corruption
The fight against corruption may sometimes seem hopeless. Yet there is hope as we stand together and exercise our rights as a democratic society.