the ant’s initiatives & interventions in north-east villages
While sports and education is a routine for most of the urban kids, the Right of Development through quality education, play and other activities is often unavailable to children in far-flung government schools.
Continue reading Sports for Development Programme
Decades of conflict has collapsed government health services and it is yet to recover and be effective.
Continue reading Ant’s Earlier Health interventions
Science had been a mystery subject for most of the kids here, as huge amount of theory often frightens them, rather than kindling interest in them
Continue reading Project Bigyaan
Mental Illness is thought to be a “curse” caused by an “evil eye”. People in our villages depend on traditional faith healers for years on end.
Continue reading Community Mental Health Project
After the 2014 ethnic violence, it has been a harsh year for the violence-hit people of Deosri, near the Bhutan border
Continue reading Deosri Development Project
When most people in the country were upgrading to cars, in 2006 we responded to the needs of our women in villages – for a cycle.
Continue reading Women’s Cycle Bank Project
Education to poor children means, doing household chores, taking care of siblings and going to school, thus began the after-school centres
Continue reading Project Shiksha