DACHSER RECEIVES 2018 GERMAN CSR AWARD

Long-term terre des hommes collaborator receives honour in the category “Engagement for the Civil Society”. DACHSER has been honored with the German CSR Award, presented by the German CSR Forum, in the “Engagement for the Civil Society” category. Bernhard Simon,

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tdh stall makes a mark at Indo-German Chamber of Commerce 2018 AGM in Mumbai by Ruchika Jauhar

terre des honmes Germany India Programme’s stall, with its well-imagined and cogent messaging and displays, caught the attention of several distinguished visitors to the Indo- German Chamber of Commerce’s 62 nd Annual General Meeting on 20 September, 2018 at Hotel

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PANEL CALLS FOR “CLOSING THE CSR VISION GAP” AT TDH-DACHSER JOINT EVENT – By Satyajit Kar and Ruchika Jauhar

May 17, 2018 witnessed a first of its kind event for tdh Germany – India Programme, hosted with the gracious support and participation of Dachser India Ltd. A panel discussion on CSR, titled CSR 2.0: Creating Exponential Returns for Corporations and Society, was held at Hotel Mirage, Mumbai.

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Nathanial Priscilla joined tdhG-IP three months ago. She shares her experience.

I joined tdh Germany – India Programme as a Programme Coordinator just three months ago. If I was to summarize my first impression, I feel I am at a place whose rallying call is “Not in words, but in action!” The professionalism and commitment demonstrated by the team is tremendous, and the focus towards the organization’s goals is clear. 

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“It gives me immense pleasure to see the joy on the faces of children as they play.” – Chandan

After a few years in social work, I was looking to join an organization with a healthy, democratic culture and a horizontal hierarchical environment, where both the organization and I would benefit. Tdh has proved to be just that in the year or so I’ve been here.

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“I dream of seeing toys and books in children’s hands” – Ritu, Northern Zone

I complete two years with tdh very soon, a time rich with experiences and learnings. I was born in Delhi and have spent four decades here, visiting pretty much every part of this vast city. Over the years, I’ve seen children begging outside temples, selling flowers and magazines at traffic signals, serving tea and food items and washing dishes at roadside hotels.

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Former child workers ensure food security through sustainable farming

A small-scale kitchen garden initiative, started by rescued child workers engaged in mining and other allied industries, soon transformed into a motivating case of sustainable farming. The boys and girls of the bridge school of SEEDS and Don Bosco today grow their own vegetables and fruits ensuring sustainable and within-reach food security.

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Barsarani Refuses to Give Up Education – Leads Way for Her Friends

Barsarani, a gifted Adivasi teenager from the remote village of Dolipada in Mayurbhanj District, has set an example for her peers by refusing to give up her education even in the face of poverty and parental pressure. Despite the long-held tradition of the Adivasi community forcing girls to drop out of school to support family, this fourteen-year old stands firm in her decision to continue her studies.

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Bengtol teenager transforms himself and others through education and awareness

Along the quiet lanes of Serfanguri, a Santhali hamlet in Bengtol village, Marcel Tudu, a chirpy boy of 14, plays animatedly with his friends. What sets Marcel apart from his peers is his enthusiasm to learn new things, and to use this knowledge to better understand his immediate surroundings and the problems that plague his community.

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