2nd wave of digital trainings for kindergarten teachers in rural India started

Yesterday, we launched – for the second time after the successful pilot started in 2016 –  the first out of three modules around Digital knowledge for a new group of anganwadi teachers in the rural surroundings of Attappadi (close to Coimbatore, South India)  Twenty women participated with a huge interest in gaining digital knowledge. How…

More Mental Health for selfhelp groups and their communities in India 

In the past two days we have run our second Health community Worker training for self-help group (SHG) leaders in the rural and urban area around Coimbatore. This training is part of 12 different health related training modules under the umbrella of the Making More Health initiative. The training topics have been selected and discussed with…

Innovation? It’s a “clear case of the emperors new clothes!”

In the modern economically developed world many processes and ways to act are standardized.  A standardized school education, such as specific school subjects that have been defined during more than hundred years ago up to university studies that may vary, however certain focus areas are given. Based on what was  needed in the last century…