Ramwati, a Victim of Untouchability enjoys being Loved and Cared

This is a narration from a 65 year old Dalit woman called Ramwati. Dalits in India are also known as untouchables. They are caste out from society and in the villages, they are only allowed to clean toilets. Ramwati says that when she lived in her village, she was given the work of cleaning the…
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The University of Queensland Team motivates the Asha Higher Education Students to dream and strive high

Asha was delighted to host the University of Queensland Team, Mr Rongyu Li, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice President (Global Engagement), Mr Brett Lovegrove, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Global Partnerships), Prof. Heather Zwicker, Executive Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Prof. Helen Klaebe, Dean, GraduateSchool and Ms Thoa Harring, Manager, Strategy and Partnerships, Global Strategy and Partnerships, Global…
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Asha Team enjoying servanthood as they lift up the weak

Servanthood is beautiful. Servanthood lifts up those who are weak. Servanthood heals the wounds of the heart. Servanthood is true humility and true love. In the presence of Servanthood is life and peace of mind. [gallery columns="2" ids="5961,5962,5963,5964,5965,5967,5968,5969"]
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