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Sayantani Gupta -Vodafone India Limited, Mumbai 24/06/2018

I was visiting my relatives for a wedding ceremony and wanted to carry some gifts for them. After se..

Pallavi Ray Kolkata 24/06/2018

ACT has a plethora of eco-friendly handicrafts made by rural women who are trained in creating the h..

Vimlendu Jha Executive Director Sweccha, New Delhi 24/06/2018

The work done by ACT is a delightful model where design, innovation and livelihood converge with a s..

Eklavya Prasad Director Megh Pyne Abhiyan, Bihar 24/06/2018

Women of Badhwadi panchayat in collaboration with Action Centre for Transformation have not only cre..

Sapna Mudgal PANASONIC, Gurgaon 24/06/2018

ACT is doing great work in paper recycling through an innovative method and simultaneously bringing ..

Mukund Thakkar Interglobe, Gurgaon 24/06/2018

ACT ‘s efforts on education and sustainability are bringing a new change in the rural areas where th..

Latest Blog
21.06.2018
More Power to Our Fighter Pinki
This is a story of Pinky from a small village called Hajipur situated in the Sohna Block of Gurgaon. The left turn from the Sohna -Palwal road leads you to a dusty lane which enters the village of Hajipur. Once you are in the village and you ask for the lady Pinky, the faces turns serious and full of concern and exclaiming ,” Accha wahi Bechari Pinki !”. People expect that there are some opportunities which may come on Pinky’s way and lead her to more independent life. The road takes a left and then a right turn and reaches a small house with a very big open courtyard. One crosses the courtyard and reaches a small house where Pinki stays. Pinki greets you with a welcome smile. Her smile has hidden her million tears. Looking at her nobody can tell that she is a fighter and every minute she fights to keep her confidence upright and become a doting mother to her two grown up kids.
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21.06.2018
Act Now - School Chalo
Latika, 13, had not even dreamt that she would go to school – partly because the nearest government school was very far. She used to earn a living as a rag picker in the City. Today she studies in the Sun City Government Primary School, thanks to the safe transport provided by the Action Centre for Transformation (ACT). “We are a family of seven members – me, my husband and five children. Survival in the City is extremely difficult. Latika has to work to support the family. Being a girl, she is not permitted to travel alone, be it for her education or any other purpose,” says Latika’s mother, a resident of Ghata Village. At school, Latika is beginning to get a sense of direction on her further studies and employment opportunities. Her shining eyes now carry the hope of a better and more secure life.
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