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Pallavi Ray, Kolkata 13/05/2017

ACT has a plethora of eco-friendly handicrafts made by rural women who are trained in creating the handicrafts and selling them. It was a humbling experience to meet such creative, hard-working and talented women who cra..

Sayantani Gupta,Mumbai 13/05/2017

I was visiting my relatives for a wedding ceremony and wanted to carry some gifts for them. After searching through many malls and shops I could not really find something which was exclusive, personal and yet trendy. Tha..

Vimlendu Jha, Executive Director Sweccha, New Delhi 13/05/2017

The work done by ACT is a delightful model where design, innovation and livelihood converge with a strong element of sustainability. Having known ACT and Nilanjana for some time now, I think this model needs replication ..

Eklavya Prasad Director Megh Pyne Abhiyan, Bihar 13/05/2017

Women of Badhwadi panchayat in collaboration with Action Centre for Transformation have not only created a magic through their dedication but have established an all-inclusive and ingenious framework of social developmen..

Sapna Mudgal PANASONIC, Gurgaon 14/05/2017

ACT is doing great work in paper recycling through an innovative method and simultaneously bringing economic empowerment for the women. I wish them all the best...

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06.04.2017
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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06.04.2017
More Power to Our Fighter Pinki
You know ACT is totally self initiated and self driven organisation. Most of our women clusters are self funded.We work in a very sustainable mode so that we can keep our work ongoing for a longer term. Recently this lady Pinky approached us and she wanted to have a similiar unit in her village for herself and other fellow women.Hence we thought to do a crowd funding to raise money to set up a center and do the skill based training. Therefore it will be great if you can support PinkI to reach the target amount to start the center. https://www.bitgiving.com/pinki
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