Stories about lives that have changed for the better touched by Trusts' programmes and opinions about its philanthropic approach to uplift deprived communities.
Adolescents start on an enjoyable journey of constructive and higher order learning through the Tata Trusts' Integrated Approach to Technology in Education initiative
The use of technology in education has a direct impact on a region’s overall educational development. The Trusts have therefore introduced ITE for children in the underserved villages of Uttar Pradesh and are encouraging them to make the most of technology available for education.
Tata Trusts and the Tata group have deployed medical teams and mobile RO drinking water systems and are helping Kerala rebuild after devastating floods
Putting data to work, Har Gobinda Boro and his team have successfully unearthed and addressed the issues around toilet coverage in Assam’s Goalpara district
Teachers are being transformed into tech-savvy agents of change through the Tata Trusts’ Integrated Approach to Technology in Education initiative. As part of the initiative, a four-month certificate course provides teachers hands-on practice on contemporary concepts, models and standards connected to the role of information and communication technology in teaching and learning. We bring you a photofeature that captures the highlights of the programme
Like many other farmers in Vidarbha, Gajanan and Subhash were also facing a financial crunch. Their economic conditions began improving after the Trusts intervened through the Sukhi Baliraja Initiative (SBI), and introduced them to sustainable agriculture practices
Digital learning is being embraced by India’s villages, and that’s the reason Druv has become an important part of over 10,000 households in rural Rajasthan. Seema is one of the many people benefitting from the Trusts’ initiative in ways more than one
Skill training targeted at the informal sector transforms Neema Kashnyal into the confident breadwinner of her family
The Trusts are bridging the gap in education through their various thematic initiatives. Parag is one such initiative which is helping promote children's literature in underserved communities and contributing towards the holistic development of kids
Shirleen began weaving her success story with assistance from the Trusts' project on Microenterprise Development and Promotion in Meghalaya. It is an initiative to provide financial support to entrepreneurs and promote enterprise development
Support from the Trusts’ RGR Cell and Chinnaru Farmer Producer Company reduce cost of cultivation and improve profits for Karunanithi and Sakthi
The Integrated Approach to Technology in Education has benefitted youth in Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. Students have shown tremendous growth in academics, and the results are for all to see
“If Mahatma Gandhi had his Champaran, then Anjaw was my Champaran,” says Badapbiang T Dkhar, whose satyagraha against open defecation changed lives in this remote district of Arunachal Pradesh
Things began improving for Chhawnkima, a farmer in Mizoram, when he learnt about a new planting system. Receiving support from experts changed the fate of his declining business in no time
The illustrious story of Marotrao Thak has inspired many villagers to be a part of the dairy programme initiated by the Trusts’ Sukhi Baliraja Initiative in Yavatmal district of Maharashtra
Virabha and his fellow farmers in Gujarat now lead a life they hardly imagined before. The simple act of desilting their village pond has benefitted them in many ways
Having honed his skills at the Handloom School in Maheshwar, Harun Ansari has set up his own weaving business and is now competing in the high-end markets that promise high returns
Trained personnel in the mobile science lab that visits Sagarika Majhi’s village Kenduguda in Odisha help her find satisfactory answers to her queries about malaria and mosquitoes
Tata Trusts is increasingly using the power of technology to magnify the impact and reach of its various interventions
Farmers in Odisha significantly increase their jaggery production — thanks to improved farming practices!
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