In the small village of Junagam, in the State of Gujarat, India, Nisha, Nayana, Jasmine, Bhavna, Ramila and Pratiksha are a group of six women who are part of a […]
Global companies can use their size and scale to improve the lives of underserved women and help women-owned businesses (WOBs) around the world to suc ...
According to a 2015 report by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, India is home to nearly 195 million undernourished people. This ...
With 356 million 10 to 24 year-olds, India has the world’s largest youth population. Despite having a smaller population than China, India is se ...
As part of Kimberly-Clark’s commitment to improving sanitation worldwide, the company’s Toilets Change Lives (TCL) program has created new opportunities for employee volunteers to directly engage with the global sanitation [...]
Sachin Tendulkar, the former Indian cricketer and captain and widely acknowledged as one of the greatest cricketers of all time, is convinced that football can be big in India. Others have also [...]
India has the world’s largest democracy and is a fast-growing, powerful economy. Yet of all the rich G20 nations, India was labelled in 2012 as the worst place to be [...]
While many brides are preparing for their big day, there are some weddings that should not be going ahead, and that’s child marriages. No girl should be robbed of her [...]
Bank of America today announced a $1 million grant to Water.org, a global organization that provides innovative, community-led and market-based solutions that change lives through safe water and sanitation. The grant [...]
In each sector of public life, there are heroes we adore. For music, it’s The Beatles and Michael Jackson. In the sports world, Michael Jordan fits the bill. So while [...]
The Great Energy Challenge Energy News On the roof of an office building in India’s capital, the world’s smoggiest city, Kamal Meattle has a unique tactic for cleaning the air: [...]
Last week, we wrote about the Lima conference and some of the challenges that were faced there. Among these were the fact that certain developing countries were reluctant to make [...]