“Tuberculosis (TB) not only killed my husband but left my little world into bits,” recalled Somvati. 50-year-old Somvati and her husband migrated to Asha’s Dr Ambedkar Basti in the capital city-Delhi from their village in search of a better livelihood and opportunity two decades ago. But like the other millions of migrants, they too ended…Read more
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In a first of its kind unique and interactive meeting was held at Asha’s Mayapuri slum centre where Board Members and other important functionaries from Friends of Asha across UK, Northern Ireland, USA and Australia participated. The session started with introductions, the Global Asha team, students and the women association members took turns to introduce…Read more
On 4th February 2019, the Asha Team welcomed Robert Johanson (Chairman of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited) the Chairman of AFOA to Asha’s Chanderpuri slum community. After a warm welcome, Robert had a wonderful interaction with the members of the Children and Women Association and Asha’s University students. He heard stories of transformation from women and…Read more
A team of eleven from Trinity College, Melbourne (Australia) visited Asha in the month of January. After a brief orientation and a round of the Polyclinic, the Trinity team led by Harriet went to the Asha’s Seelampur slum community. On their arrival, the whole Asha family showered them with a warm welcome. During their 10…Read more
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