Impact Stories

May 4, 2020

Co-travelers of Infinite Uncertain Nights
by Smruthy V Sasidharan, Sarai

March, April, May are months with special relevance for families in Nayatola, Bikhjhariya, and several other villages of Sarai tehsil in Madhya Pradesh. Most of them, being marginal or small-holder farmers, depend on their neighboring forests to collect Mahua and Tendu leaves, along with a variety of other non-timber forest products.
May 30, 2019

Single, But Not Alone
by Vijay Kumar

“Khana kahan se ayega Maa? Kya raat ka khana chhod de? Paisa bachega” (How are we going to get our food now? Should we skip dinners […]
May 30, 2019

Liberty
by Mohini Saha

“Baanj, Baanj” (Barren, Barren) was the torrent of abuse every day. It had been 8 years of her marriage. A married woman with no child is […]
May 22, 2019

Anima, Archana and Asima: Aspirations of loose characters

For the women of Brahmondiha village, Self Help Groups (SHGs) are much more than a mere instrument of saving and credit. They are a vehicle to […]
May 20, 2019

The Sweet Taste of Bitter Gourd

Madarkonta village of Bastar is at the heart of the “Red Corridor” in India. This is the village of the culturally rich and colorful Bison Horn […]
May 8, 2019

Cocooning A Dream; Can She Unleash It?

As Shivkali washed the dishes and did the laundry in the house of the Bada Sahib of the village, this Gond tribal woman secretly cocooned a […]
May 8, 2019

‘One Home – Hundred Women’
by Ajay Gupta

May 8, 2019

Sanitizing PDS shop: Shakti women lead the Way!
by Anif Khan, Swaroopganj

May 8, 2019

‘The Voices Of Change Are Echoing Today’
Story & Photos by Iqra Khan, Jaisinghnagar