Stories about lives that have changed for the better touched by Trusts' programmes and opinions about its philanthropic approach to uplift deprived communities.
The library period in Venkatesh Nagara school ignites the interests of students in reading and engages them in creative activities
Tata Trusts and the Tata group have deployed medical teams and mobile RO drinking water systems and are helping Kerala rebuild after devastating floods
The Trusts are bridging the gap in education through their various thematic initiatives. Parag is one such initiative which is helping promote children's literature in underserved communities and contributing towards the holistic development of kids
Support from the Trusts’ RGR Cell and Chinnaru Farmer Producer Company reduce cost of cultivation and improve profits for Karunanithi and Sakthi
Tata Trusts is increasingly using the power of technology to magnify the impact and reach of its various interventions
The Trusts’ initiatives for the overall development of Jagannadhapuram have empowered the rural community and enabled them to strive for growth
The Karta Initiative helps talented children from lower-income groups get exposure to world-class education
Time is and will always be precious! The Trusts is making efforts to cut down on the long waits and lengthy procedures that have become an inevitable part of government systems
The internet has become a powerful tool amongst women in villages. It has sparked their entrepreneurial journey and continues to lead them to the path of success
To ensure success of a community initiative, make the community accountable. Following this approach, the Trusts has successfully improved sanitation facilities in many schools of Karnataka
For art and culture to flourish and maintain its prominence, there is a push required — a formal setup that not only drives people towards it, but also takes it to greater heights
Nanjamma Reddy from Mugalur village of Anekal taluk felt increasingly isolated from her community and debilitating health issues restricted her mobility outside her home. Grama Hiriyara Kendra (Village Senior Care Centre), a support centre for the rural elderly, came to her rescue and changed her life for the better.
An inspiring tale of how one community in Andhra Pradesh surmounted problems, both natural and man-made, to make a success of their fisheries venture
Women in Vangara village in Andhra Pradesh have become an inspiration to the community by leading the transformation of the algae-covered slimy village pond into a clean rippling water body to rear fish and enhance livelihoods
Cotton farmers in Perambalur, Tamil Nadu, discover the secret of integrated pest management to save their fields of white gold and reap better returns
The Trusts conserved the integrity of the monuments within the Quli Qutb Shah Archaeological Park by restoring their damaged parts with traditional materials such as lime, wood and stone. Their efforts now serve as a model for conservation works across the nation.
Bhimaraya’s family used to spend three hours every day to fetch water for their needs, prompting him to learn rain water harvesting techniques from the Kalike team
Hvovi Minocherhomji, diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy, got a new lease of life when Multi Organ Harvesting Aid Network Foundation coordinators counselled the family of a road accident victim to donate his heart
Marginal women farmers in Coimbatore and Madurai districts of Tamil Nadu enhance yields and profits with bio-fertilisers, supported by Tamil Nadu Agricultural University and Reviving the Green Revolution experts
Venila of Ernapuram village, Tamil Nadu, started cultivating millets under a Reviving the Green Revolution project. Increase in yield and value addition through millet-based food products has helped Venila buy a Maruti van and dig a bore well for irrigation
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