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Giving a life
 

 


Kannaki wants to rear a cow to help provide for her children. She believes that from this income she can sustain the family. Read More >>

 
 
A fortunate future
 

 


Pavandhan is from a family that lives in poverty. His parents are uneducated and work as coolies. After completed his 12th standard, he decided to work to support his parents. He decided not continue his studies. Read More >>

 
 
The right gift
 

 


Sharmila's parents are helpless as they are unable to support Sharmila's education. Sharmila has a younger brother, Stalin, who is physically challenged. Read More >>

 
 
Changing a life
 

 


Kanagaraj is distressed but still hopes that he won’t have to discontinue his studies. Read More >>

 
 
A lasting gift
 

 


Kubendran is pursuing a 3-year Diploma in Civil Engineering in a reputed institute which is 20 kms away from his village. His parents are daily wage labourers and they are unable to support Kubendran further. Read More >>

 
 
     
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Laxmi lives with her husband and two children. Her husband is affected by polio and works for d Read More >>

 
 
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    A life transformed
    Sudamani was so addicted to alcohol that he was almost dead because of this habit. His addiction started when he was 20 years old ...


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    Overcoming Alcholism
    Karuppiah got a chance to taste alcohol at the age of 17 and he doesn’t remember how long it took him to become an alcoholic. No...


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    Baskets of Hope
    Hemanna’s bout with AIDS left him weak. In the beginning the disease took its toll on him which resulted in him having to quit w...


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    Surviving Adversity
    Annapurnamma lives in a remote village 150 kms from Bellary. Life is tough for her. A widow, she has to look after her children, c...


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    Empowered with Education
    Mamta comes from a remote village about 10 kms from Bellary where the Devadasi system still prevails. She lost her mother to AIDS....


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    A Green School
    The Ibrahimpur School is more than just a school. Its students are responsible for the way the community is shaping up. A gre...


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    Clean Water for a Village
    Clean drinking water is a very valuable commodity in most villages in India. In Ibrahimpur too the story was no different. With gr...


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    Tailoring a Better Future
    After the demise of her husband Binu was forced to manage the household as well as provide for the education of her children. Fulf...


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    Brewing Tea for Education
    Anamthu and Vishnu are two young boys aged 15 and 13 years respectively. These boys lost their father two years back. Being the so...


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    Weaving for Future
    The future looked grim for Valsala and her family. Her husband left her, leaving her to bring up their two children all alone. Val...


     
 
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