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The essence of Human Resource Development is education
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The latest blogs from CARE India staff and partners
Can any disaster avoid a sight of children lying lifeless, injured and deafening sound of their cry in pain and stream of tears rolling relentlessly? The huge impact of disasters on children is visible with the staggering of deaths and injuries to children. Children’s vulnerability increases with the decrease in age and existing conditions.
Poonam Kumari is a lively 15-year-old, who belongs to Saidpur village of the Tankuppa block in Gaya district. She was once a very timid, shy girl who lacked confidence. Poonam, second out of the three siblings, had been to school once where she somehow completed Grade III but had to discontinue her education due to […]
Chandravati Portai, a mother of two children belongs to Khakata village, Jashpur district in Chhattisgarh. She is a member of the Village Development Committee (VDC) that is promoted under CARE India’s ‘Where the Rain Falls’ project. A few years back her left her dependent on her maternal family to sustain herself and her children.Although Chandravati
Every statement that you could conceivably make about NGOs in India
Flexy working hours is a great benefit
Professionalism, Accessible, for all religion, career development opportunities, Community Development
I am a regular supporter of CARE India. When Nepal tragedy happened, I was looking to help the people of Nagpur
Ever since I can remember, I was denied an education because I was handicapped. But, through CARE’s accelerated learning programme
Our partnership with Sonia Brigade All India started way back during the Tsunami Rehabilitation program days in 2006.
I have been able to learnnew systems, and was trained to act as a fruitful social worker for the communities on behalf of the National Mother and Child welfare Organisation.
Today I am respected for my willpower, and have a dream of becoming a lawyer”. She practices writing with her foot at home.
I congratulate Sonia Brigade All India team for doing fantastic relief work in Nagpur. Keep up the good work!
We felt that there is more than enough for us to survive in this difficult situation and were extremely happy that someone thought about us.
This is a prestigious MAKE IN INDIA project under the new Industrial Policy of Government of India.