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Life saving equipment a dream for sewage workers

 
/ September 27, 2011

Imagine walking around on a hot, humid summer day. You feel sweaty, tired, and dehydrated. Now imagine if you were unblocking sewers full of human excrement with your bare hands in such heat. Sewer cleaners in Walhe village of Maharashtra continue to work with human waste, refuse, and toxic fumes...

Tribals Suppressed, Rights Ignored

 
/ August 23, 2011

Two tribal leaders in Goa are killed after protests to safeguard their rights.

Hospital Digs Graves of Women & Children

 
/ July 8, 2011

No doctors and no care for Pregnant tribal women and their children in Barwani, M.P.

IndiaUnheard Helps The Gay Community To Organize

 
/ April 25, 2011

Sarwat’s video on homosexuality made a first step for change in the gay community in Raipur.

Cycle of Monthly Discrimination

 
/ March 7, 2011

Menstruating women in Rajasthan are imposed with certain restrictions pertaining to food and mobility.

Tribal Festival Celebrates Femininity

 
/ December 10, 2010

In Goa, India, tribal women celebrate a religious festival with dancing and games.

Child Marriage, Child Motherhood

 
/ June 11, 2010

Child marriage is deeply embedded in cultural traditions, which can be difficult to change.

Child Brides Abound

 
/ June 9, 2010

Despite laws prohibiting child marriage, India has the highest rate of child marriages in the world.