Posts Tagged ‘Rajasthan’

My experiences are so interspersed and polarized that I can’t find a way to share them in an earnest manner. So instead I’m going to talk about what I’ve learned, with the hope it provides just a little insight into my experiences thus far. It’s not a conventional message, but I hope it means something to you.

Mid-Year Public Progress Report Ahmedabad, Gujarat As one of the only premedical students majoring in International Development Studies, Rikin’s interests lie in the realm of healthcare development. His travels have exposed him to life and cultures throughout the world from Buenos Aires to Rajkot. As an August 2009 fellow, Rikin is partenered with Aajeevika Bureau [...]

Winter in southern Rajasthan is peaceful. The sun has lost its harshness, and provides a welcomed warmth amidst the cool gentle winds that run across vast fields of wheat, their fresh vivid green in soft contrast with the dustier green of the trees and brush. I notice none of this as I hurry along a [...]

SEPT 15, 2008 – MAR 15, 2009 EMPOWERING MIGRANT YOUTH AHMEDABAD, GUJARAT Pulin Thakkar, August 2008 Fellow Aajeevika Bureau Background and Project Vision There is a huge flow of migration from South Rajasthan and other states to Ahmedabad, of which a significant percentage are youth.  These youth face a variety of issues within the city [...]

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