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Every cloud has a silver lining! It stands true for Shashi

“My father, a daily wage labourer, was working on the terrace of a building under construction. It was raining cats and dogs that whole day. My mother asked my father to not work over-time that day, but he did not listen and continued working. All I remember after that is, an impatient continuous knock at…
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Let your HOPES shape your future!

"I have seen borrowers standing at our door aggressively knocking to barge in. I and my three younger siblings used to hide under the only bed, which was partially broken, we had, to keep us from them," recalls Shivani. The little girl has grown up suffering from grave poverty and hunger at her shanty in…
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Fundraising for Asha

Last month, a team including workers and volunteers in the education profession in Leicestershire and Rutland hiked up the Mount Snowdon to raise funds for ASHA.   Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales, the UK which is an elevation of 1,085 metres above sea level.   Thank you for making a difference! Check out…
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Priya: Looking through her newfound eyeglasses

"A so-called Doctor would put some dreaded drops in my eyes in a bid to help me. Confused, I would try to protest but in vain; as my mother would hush me. I used to cry sometimes afterwards while sitting in a dark room that seemed like interminable time. This is all I remember from…
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