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Indo-Japan Youths Cooperation

Children should be moulded from a young age to become better human beings in the long run. This belief was further affirmed when we recently hosted a delegation of Japanese high school and university students from Tokyo and Hiroshima in one of the adopted government schools in Agra. We renovated this primary school in Baluganj, […]

IDF addresses human rights challenges faced by girls and women living in disadvantaged sections of communities in India

The challenges of living in abject poverty are as predictable as they are depressing. Despite this fact, a girl living in the slums of India faces additional challenges once they hit puberty and start menstruating. The limitations range from lack of sanitary napkins, menstrual health issues, inadequate menstrual hygiene practises – due to unsanitary conditions […]

Shattered dreams as Promising teen, Gudiya dies from illness

The death of one of our most promising teens by the name Gudiya continues to highlight how far along we have come as an organization yet how far off we stand, in terms of fighting poverty, and lack of awareness in India’s marginalized communities. Born and raised in a family of three Gudiya lived in […]

Girls’ education and empowerment

The declaration of results of the class 10th and 12th examinations by the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik  Shiksha Parishad has bought much joy among the student clan who burned the midnight oil to achieve prestigious scores and secure a bright future for themselves. Amongst, lakhs of students who appeared for the exams only 70.06% of class 12th […]

Raksha Bandhan Festival

Community sisters from the IDF project in Agra celebrated the Raksha Bandhan festival by highlighting the support that the NGO has generated for women in slum areas. The sisters symbolically adopted IDF founder Punit Asthana as a brother, giving him handmade Rakhi they created at the IDF resource centre. Punit described feeling a sense of […]