Rema Sivaram, an alumna of U.S. Consulate Chennai’s Women in Indian Social Entrepreneurship Network, owns company Fairkonnect offering sustainable, ethically sourced products.
U.S. Consulate General Chennai Women in Indian Social Entrepreneurship Network alum, Jigyasa Labroo’s organization Slam Out Loud empowers disadvantaged children through arts education.
Meet four women entrepreneurs from Gujarat and Maharashtra who found economic independence following a U.S. State Department-sponsored training.
Alumni of RELO’s Access program showcase their community service projects.
Dr. Trinetra Haldar Gummaraju shares her journey as a transgender doctor, artist and popular content creator.
The Gandhi-King Fellowship brings together 20 young civic leaders from India and the United States to lead by example.
Five girls from Jharkhand went for a three-week hockey camp in an exchange program at Middlebury College in Vermont.
USAID is empowering small and medium enterprises to manage their business operations efficiently through crucial digital skills.
VisionSpring helps improve productivity and quality of life by providing affordable eyeglasses.
Delhi school teachers tackle the nuances of creating judgment-free environments for children.
Development Innovation Ventures funds and supports ideas that can turn into large-scale, cost-effective global projects with high social impact.
The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi’s program on gender equality, in collaboration with WISCOMP, aims to make the education sector in India more equitable.
Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow Vyjayanthi Sankar’s Centre for Science of Student Learning aims to build capacity for high-quality assessments and research.
Prerana protects women and children from the threats of human trafficking by defending their rights, supporting their education and health, and leading advocacy efforts.
An international partnership between Theater Alliance, Story Center and Shakti Vahini transforms the powerful stories of human trafficking survivors into agency and tools for change.
Safecity encourages individuals and communities to report violations on its digital platform, to make the world a safer place for all.
What do you need more than anything? Often, a simple question can lead to grand ideas fueling gender empowerment, agency and opportunities.
Through skillful use of media, arts and technology, Breakthrough is working to change a culture and demonstrate the value of women and girls.
Fulbright-Nehru Scholar Manjula Bharathy’s work captures the complexity of emotion entangled in identity and the journey toward achieving equitable opportunities.
Savhera, a natural wellness company and social enterprise, offers employment opportunities to victims of sex trafficking.
Young leaders spark change, lift up vulnerable communities and build a future where all voices matter.
Shakti Vahini, a nonprofit based in New Delhi, has helped protect thousands of children from exploitation and human trafficking risks.
A vibrant international partnership expanding English language capacity supports the rights of women, transgender people, and the disabled across India.
Women play a central role in farming in West Bengal, but are often marginalized. Technical training and greater access to land have helped them improve yields, build skills, and promote gender equality in their communities.
Research shows that interactive games increase student motivation to pay attention and learn more effectively.
Too Young to Wed uses photography to highlight the harrowing impact of child marriage on young girls globally.
Filmmaker Anandana Kapur’s interactive mobile documentary app helps create conversations around women’s rights.
Science writer Nandita Jayaraj shares her experience of participating in the U.S. State Department’s IVLP project on advancing women in STEAM fields.
Meet two U.S.-created companies that make a global difference, earning the 2021 Secretary of State's Award for Corporate Excellence.
USAID’s Engendering Utilities program works with organizations in male-dominated industries to increase employment opportunities for women and improve gender equality in the workplace.
AIRSWEEE participant Kshama Hastak’s Sarthak Foundation provides free-of-cost education to children from economically disadvantaged sections of society.
LetsEndorse offers a collaborative ecosystem to social innovators and connects them with other stakeholders to benefit communities.
Fulbright-Nehru Fellow Meena Pillai explores how the growth of digital communications empowers activists to work for women’s rights.