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Plants for our 3rd kindergarten inauguration and a lot of positive energy

Tomorrow is the inauguration of our anganwadi (rural kindergarten) in Kerala, not to fat away from Agali.  Finally. We really look forward to it. A 100 people will join, the kindergarten teacher, local government representatives, village people and we, the … Continue reading

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Good social responsibility requires our personal engagement – because it helps to grow people differently 

The first game tailoring training started one year ago.  The women were keen to learn but they were a little scared whether they could make it or not. Hand embroidery, working on a more complex design, knowing that they were … Continue reading

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Social engagement and digital trainings in rural India

When we talk about social responsibility and how companies can do it, we should keep in mind that enabling people to do the next steps on their own is key. In whatever sector we are and how we engage – … Continue reading

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Happy workers, happy children and why social engagement should start now. 

 A rural village in Kerala, South India. The last preparations are ongoing. The inauguration of the kindergarten will take ok e next week.  Today I have met the local architect, artisans and painters. They are all very proud of the … Continue reading

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When people ask how business can benefit from social activities – learnings  in India 

Often I’m asked: How was it in India? What did you experience? Is it safe? There must have been a lot of poverty?! Do you go back again? Working with a NGO as a business representative ?A lot of questions … Continue reading

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