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Through this week, we will bring you stories from the field as we get closer to World Day Against Child Labour on June 12. Join us in saying ‪#‎NoToChildLabour‬; let's Hope for a better ...
More than a year and half back, Gaurav started bunking school to work in the cotton fields. Every morning, Gaurav left for school only to make his way to nearby cotton fields with his fr...
DHANDHODA, India, 12 June 2013 - For almost two years, Sailesh cherished a simple dream, a dream of playing cricket with his friends in the school lawn. But that wish had to wait.
VALSAD, Gujarat, 26 June 2012 – Twenty-two-year old, Sharuben Kurkutiya was worried that her family was not able to save money needed for the delivery of her first child at local hospita...
DABHIPUR, India, 1 November 2011- In November of 2010, the Government of India, supported by UNICEF and WHO, launched the measles ‘catch-up’ campaign with the aim of reaching 134 million...
Whereas production of common salt marked the beginning of the first revolution in Gujarat, production of “iodized common salt” by Vasudhara Dairy is being described as the second revolut...
Sajida, a 12 year-old Muslim give, lives with her two brothers and two sisters in Gundlav village of Valsad District, Gujarat. Her father, a businessman and mother a housewife, are not e...
The handpumps of Sherimal primary school in Valsad district of Gujarat which had been out of order for more than one year are now functional. This has been possible because of the initia...
Gandhinagar, Gujarat, 5 August: The sky was literally the limit for some HIV positive children from Gujarat, who indulged in dare-devil acts even normal children would think twice about,...
People’s Education and Development Organisation (PEDO), a local NGO working with UNICEF on a child protection programme to get children out of the fields and into schools, convinced Raju...
A success story of Adolescent Girls’ Anemia Control Programme in Vadodara (Gujarat)
The women of Dungarpur like to quote an old Indian proverb that says many small ants can vanquish the large snake. Together they are making that proverb a reality by keeping their childr...
No one had heard about “Kangaroo Mother Care” in Karanjberi till Paru Ben, the village anganwadi worker, showed rural mothers how this practice of holding a newborn, skin-to-skin (agains...
UNICEF India Country Representative, Ms Karin Hulshof during her maiden visit to Gujarat from May 12-14 visited a remote tribal village in Valsad district and held meetings with importan...
“The play that the girls performed today taught me why I must wash my hands with soap before eating”, said Geeta Tandel, a high school student from village Hingraj of Valsad district.
Niloshi, located at a rugged end of the Western Ghat mountains, is home to one of the most backward tribes in the state.
Children from English medium school are now seeking transfer to our school. Last year, around thirteen students took a transfer from private schools to our government primary school,” pr...
Similar sentiments were echoed by Sarpanches and other prominent people in different villages as they believed that the time had come to educate people, particularly the youth, about ado...
Red Ribbon Express (RRE), an exhibition on wheels, arrived in Gujarat and opened its doors to a treasure of information on HIV and AIDS for the people of Gujarat.
Water and Sanitation Management Organisation, Gujarat, popularly known as WASMO, was awarded by the Prime Minister of India for Excellence in Public Administration for the year 2006-07.
Gurinder Gulati Newly enrolled children with their colourful new school bags
 
 
 
 
 
 
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