National Girl Child Day
Girl Child, National Girl Child Day

Top 5 NGOs fighting for the rights of the girl child

AS girls continue to play second fiddle in India, in 2008 the government earmarked today, January 24, as National Girl Child Day to create awareness about the inequalities and gender discrimination faced by female children in India. It also aims to highlight the importance of their education, health, and nutrition as well as creating a safe and healthy environment for the girl child.

Why Can’t NGOs Be More Business-like?

Why can’t NGOs be more business-like?

HOW often have you heard that non-profits need to be “more business like”? Or witnessed the awe that greets people who cross over from the private sector to a job in an NGO? Despite the global financial meltdown, relentless reports of corporate malfeasance and catastrophic breakdowns in governance at some of the most respected businesses,…

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Workplace Giving at GiveIndia
At GiveIndia

The Giving Calendar 2021

Use GiveIndia’s guide to plan your company’s social impact activities for the year JUST about everything and everyone has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. A survey conducted by GiveIndia in October 2020 revealed that India’s appetite for giving has radically increased during the coronavirus crisis, with 85% of those surveyed conveying a heightened desire…

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10 reasons why vaccinations are important for our health

As inoculation programmes against COVID-19 begin, a checklist for better understanding THROUGHOUT our lives, we are exposed to a number of viruses, bacteria and other microbes. Some of these microbes benefit us while others cause diseases that could result in severe illness, disability or even death. Our body’s immune system protects us against several infections…

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