The 3rd Annual meet of Charter for Change was held in Oslo on 4-5 December 2018. 34 representatives from signatory organisations and 15 endorsers participated in the meeting. This year’s meeting was significant as it attracted substantial participation of endorsers, and also came up with a roadmap for further enhancing the engagement of the endorsers […]
HAI team has carried out a detailed assessment on water, sanitation & hygiene (WASH) in the Pak-Hindu refugee camp, Majnu ka Tila, Delhi. The findings present the deplorable condition of the people they live-in. The situation warrants urgent attention and improvement in the living condition. The report could be read in detail here.
Winter is knocking at the door, but everyone is not fortunate enough to have aroof over head to have protection from the harsh winter conditions. According tothe Open Government Data (OGD) Platform of Government of India, as many as10,933 people died during 2001 to 2014 (an average of 781 per year) due toexposure to the […]
HAI is running a small project with the Pak-Hindu refugee families camping in Majnu ka Tila, Delhi. Recently, HAI started diya (lamp) making training for the adolescent girls, so that they could make it an enterprise prior to the festival of Diwali. The activity has been appreciated widely and also helped in building esteem of […]
The state of Kerala, India suffered the worst floods in August 2018. This unprecedented scale of the disaster was adequately covered by the national and international media, which helped in attracting national and international actors to join the state government’s efforts on relief, recovery and rehabilitation. Quite a few actors are signatories of Grand Bargain […]