Category Archives: health

Have you ever experienced outdoor washing in winter?

It’s really cold outside. In some parts of the small stream water is frozen. Some days it is even worse and water accessibility is becoming a huge problem. Water is always limited and the dwells often miles away. But then, … Continue reading

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A kindergarten teacher of rural India talks about digital access

Digital is simply key to education, health and wealth. After a first digital training with 15 kindergarten teacher from rural India we run an interview with one of the participants. Watch the video   Related content: In  South India, in … Continue reading

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India: what stigmatized patients need – besides medical treatment 

Understanding patients’ needs, care that goes beyond medical treatment and technical aid – we all have heard about it, but what it really means to be and to conduct a meaningful life as a stigmatized patient is often still not … Continue reading

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Kindergarten teacher platform launched -because digital is key to all!

A few weeks ago we have launched a platform for all kindergarten and anganwadi teachers in India, called mymmh.org. If you are interested to have a look at it or to collaborate, please feel invited to join us. The Mymmh … Continue reading

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Is India normal? A day in Delhi – a day of contrasts

I’ve come to Delhi for a business meeting.  While walking from the hotel in Oklah, an industrial zone in Delhi, to the company I’m meeting with, I see a lot of people living in very small houses. Houses? A kind … Continue reading

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