Stories about lives that have changed for the better touched by Trusts' programmes and opinions about its philanthropic approach to uplift deprived communities.
The Tata Trusts’ food fortification strategy involves imbuing staples like milk, edible oils, rice and wheat with micronutrients to address the nutrition deficiency in India
Children in Jharkhand are befriending books, thanks to the Trusts’ initiative of developing libraries across schools
Adolescents start on an enjoyable journey of constructive and higher order learning through the Tata Trusts' Integrated Approach to Technology in Education initiative
Having honed his skills at the Handloom School in Maheshwar, Harun Ansari has set up his own weaving business and is now competing in the high-end markets that promise high returns
Trained personnel in the mobile science lab that visits Sagarika Majhi’s village Kenduguda in Odisha help her find satisfactory answers to her queries about malaria and mosquitoes
Tata Trusts is increasingly using the power of technology to magnify the impact and reach of its various interventions
Farmers in Odisha significantly increase their jaggery production — thanks to improved farming practices!
Farmers in Punjab are increasingly adopting a scientific approach to cultivate crops that benefit them and the community at large
Kamlesh explored different avenues before becoming a paravet. His service to the community is benefitting the entire ecosystem
Kuwanri Hassa and her husband in Janumpiri, Jharkhand, are ‘Lakhpati Kisans’ who are inspiring other farmers to adopt scientific agricultural and lac cultivation practices to reap increased profits
Many communities of remote villages in India still lack access to advanced medical services. Setting up clinics in far-flung areas is necessary to ensure good health, nation-wide
Using technology is essential. But upgrading it is even more important for sustenance and growth. Ramsingh was smart to realise this and adapt to changing times
Mansa district will soon achieve open-defecation-free status through Trusts’ efforts in 80 villages of the region
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
Tata Trusts’ clean cooking project transforms the lives of the Ramajor family in rural Uttar Pradesh by providing an efficient energy alternative to make meals
Himmotthan, a Tata Trusts associate organisation, is helping women in Uttarakhand become entrepreneurs and transform their lives
In the drought-prone Sonambe village of Maharashtra, Tata Trusts’ intervention helped to substantially improve agricultural yield and farmers’ incomes. The initiative involved rejuvenating the old diversion-based irrigation system, introducing multi-cropping, and training farmers to use better agricultural practices.
In mountainous, water-scarce Chureddhar, solar powered pump installed by the Himmotthan Society an associate organisation of the Tata Trusts in partnership with First Solar and Tata Power Solar, lift water to provide clean drinking water
Gurtej Singh is one among the many farmers who rely on mKrishi mobile platform to solve their agricultural problems and get a fair price for their produce
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