New Science Center Courses!

By: Martin Kamela After a short break for the end of school year exams, the CRHP Science Center is buzzing with activity once again, as the summer enrichment courses for 10th-12th grade students have begun. The goal of the CRHP Science Center is to promote inquiry-based, hands-on learning. This complements what students experience in school,... Continue Reading →

Roshan and the Women’s Self-Help Group

By: Lindsey Cawood Roshan Madra was married at the age of 17. Like most Indian women, Madra then moved into her in-laws’ house, sharing their two-bedroom hut. The hut was so small that fitting the newlywed couple proved impossible; consequently, Madra and her mother-in-law slept in the home while Madra’s husband, father-in-law, and brother slept... Continue Reading →

The Rise of “Corporate Social Responsibility” and India’s New CSR Law

By Anirudh Kumar In recent years, the corporate sector has become increasingly involved with the work of the development sector, catalyzed by the growing interest of corporates to be involved in activities such as poverty alleviation and reducing the global burden of disease. Corporate involvement in achieving social, economic, and health-related goals in marginalized populations... Continue Reading →

CRHP 2013 Year-in-Review

The year 2013 has officially come to a close. Before moving full speed into the new year, it is important to reflect back on the successes of the past year.  Here are some of the 2013 highlights from the Comprehensive Rural Health Project: Training The way that CRHP scales-up is through training; in the past, CRHP... Continue Reading →

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