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Games children play Danger of losing a generation

The world health organisation (WHO) has listed “gaming disorder” as a disease in its list of “

by   |  18-Sep-2021 Read More
Non Formal Education; the way forward!

Over the last more than four decades, Deepalaya has adopted non-formal education as one of the tools

by   |  23-Aug-2021 Read More
Financial Aid Provided Under Mission Salamati 2

We have distributed more than 1000 kits so far. We distributed nutritious food kits to more than 500

by Tintumol Joseph  |  30-Jul-2021 Read More
Future of children - Report from ground zero

A few days ago, a report in the Times of India mentioned that around 2.5 lac children have dropped o

by Jaswant Kaur  |  11-Jun-2021 Read More
Autism is not a disease!

To help improve the quality of life of those with autism, World Autism Awareness Day was observed at

by Deepalaya  |  23-Apr-2021 Read More
A synonym for dignity and integrity

Had Mr Punnoose Thomas been alive, he would have been resting today after a very hectic 100th birthd

Mental Health and Education of Girls in Covid-19 times

Deepalaya is one of the NGOs which has undertaken several workshops during the lockdown period to pr

by Trishna Patnaik  |  09-Apr-2021 Read More
Empowering women with skill development

In a patriarchal society like India, women generally have to put up a fight to avail their own right

by Deepalaya  |  01-Apr-2021 Read More
Vidisha; synonym for turning disability into ability

Our special students enrolled at Project Sambhav from Deepalaya Learning Centre, Sanjay Colony were

by Deepalaya  |  31-Mar-2021 Read More
International Women’s Day celebrations at Deepalaya

Every day is about women at Deepalaya! We as an organization are committed to empowering women throu

by Deepalaya  |  15-Mar-2021 Read More
NABARD Micro Enterprise Development Program with Deepalaya

We are pleased to share that on January 23, 2020, Deepalaya SHG programme took the new initiative, a

by Ravi  |  12-Jan-2019 Read More
Rinku – Nursing her dreams

In an area like Mewat, where illiteracy, superstitions and myths dominate the mind of people, it is

by Ravi Pahuja  |  23-Oct-2017 Read More
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