Monthly Archives: November 2019

Early diagnosis helped Sagar recover from TB

Seventeen-year-old Sagar’s parents Bansi and Sonam migrated to Dr Ambedkar Basti in the capital city-Delhi from their village in search of a better livelihood and opportunity for two decades ago. But like the other millions of migrants, they too ended up in a tiny size shanty in one of the ghettos of the city. Sagar’s…
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Sydney Scholars India Equity Scholarship awarded to Asha student Abhishek

On 20th November, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney and Principal Dr.Michael Spence, along with Dr.Kiran Martin, Founder, and Director of Asha society launched the ‘Sydney Scholars India Equity Scholarship’. The first Scholarship of its kind was awarded to the student Abhishek Handa from Peeragarhi slum colony. The event was held at the Asha community centre…
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