February 14, 2014, No comments

 People living in remote Himalayan villages could potentially be among the last to enjoy the benefits of electricity. The terrain is steep and harsh, and sunshine is fleeting in the [...]

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Meet the Winning Ideas of Greenpeace Challenge to find renewable irrigation systems for India

February 5, 2014, No comments

Greenpeace “A Watershed Moment in India” challenge, which was open from September 3rd, 2013, saw participation from over 1500 people acros ...

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Bagan – a dreamscape in brick and gold

February 5, 2014, No comments

Deep in the heart of Burma, the Bagan complex displays its 3,000 temples, pagodas and stupas in an enchanted setting, a blend of grandiose and rust ...

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The Aeta people – the last hunter-gatherers in the Philippines

January 16, 2014, No comments

Hidden away in the mountains in the northern Philippines, the Aetas are a gentle people with a poorly known culture. Treated as second-class citizens, ...

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    Aime: A Loving Home
    October 9, 2013, No comments

    Aime is a home in Manila that takes in mentally disabled street children. There they learn how to live with others and about the basics of self-sufficiency, but above all, [...]

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    Helping India’s Blind Become Seen
    September 24, 2013, No comments

    In the southern Indian state of Kerala, when blind children are unable to go to school, school comes to them through a socially innovative project called Jyothirgamaya, which means “from darkness to [...]

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    Banteay Chhmar – Lost Angkor in Miniature
    September 24, 2013, No comments

    Tucked away in the northwest of Cambodia, far from the tourist highways and easy-to-access clichéd attractions, Banteay Chhmar is a magical and mysterious place with a vegetation-shrouded temple that is [...]