West India

  • Students of Inspire India project clear Trinity College London Examinations

    March , 2019

    15 students of Inspire India’s Program ace the prestigious Trinity College London music exams, with eight receiving distinction

  • The guardians of India’s reel heritage

    February , 2019

    The Tata Trusts in partnership with the Film Heritage Foundation, are securing the past and the future of India’s cinematic heritage

  • A friend in deed to animals

    February , 2019

    Respect in the community and the means to support her family have been added rewards for Pooni Bai when she trained as a pashu sakhi to handle medical needs of animals

  • Inspiring change

    January , 2019

    Nirmalaben Bariya and her husband, Sureshbhai Bariya, ‘lakhpati kisans’ in Goriya, Gujarat, are now motivational leaders who are inspiring their community to aspire for a better life

  • Digital route to success

    January , 2019

    The Internet Saathi Programme, a Tata Trusts-Google initiative, helps women to expand their businesses and finances by teaching them the utility of internet services

  • Smart planning for quick results

    January , 2019

    With a new improved plan and a freshly motivated field force, Alok Arunam, a member of Tata Trusts’ Zila Swachh Bharat Preraks, made Nagaur’s open defecation free targets in record time

  • Bringing migrant children to the classroom

    November , 2018

    Tata Trusts’ Digital Education Guarantee Card programme is ensuring education for children of migrant labourers in rural Maharashtra

  • Conserving soil and water for a sustainable living

    November , 2018

    Govind and Raosaheb are among the many farmers who have benefitted from the de-silting activities undertaken in Kirtangali village of Maharashtra. The Trusts, through their concerted efforts, have helped the villagers secure water and follow sustainable farming practices in the area

  • Druv is winning many hearts in villages of Rajasthan

    August , 2018

    Digital learning is being embraced by India’s villages, and that’s the reason Druv has become an important part of over 10,000 households in rural Rajasthan. Seema is one of the many people benefitting from the Trusts’ initiative in ways more than one

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