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Can Job Training Trump a Degree?

  HONG KONG — China and India, Asian giants with a staggering 2.5 billion people between them, have a big problem with their youth. No matter how much they increase education funding or how quickly they build universities, there is no way there will be enough places for everyone. Even if there were, the reality […]

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A Fine Line …

Along with two members of the Community Mobilisation team I set out walking into small by-lanes with houses on either side, in a low income area of Sangam Vihar, that we visited. I quietly followed Sarika and Rameshwar because as a volunteer I was very unfamiliar with their work in the community. After having walked […]

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The ETASHA Experience

  As my internship here at ETASHA comes to an end, I wonder where was this sense of peace and clarity that I come to know while working here. I recall the summer holidays in 11th and 12th, when quite a few of my friends were interning at NGOs for various reasons such as ‘personal […]

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