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Jay drives home a vehicle of happiness

Jay drives home a vehicle of happiness

“There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up” -John Holmes Asha’s Financial Inclusion Programme has been helping the Asha slum dwellers improve their livelihood. One of the examples is Jay Kishan from Asha’s Mayapuri slum community. The Mayapuri slum community is situated amidst…
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Dr Monica Pahuja visits Asha

Dr Monica Pahuja visits Asha

Dr Monica Pahuja (Principal Radiologist and the Head of Women’s Imaging (Breast and Gynaecology) at Monash Health), she is the wife of Mr Harish Rao, who is in the Board of the Friends of Asha Australia, visited Asha on November 5. Monica along with her parents, who are retired veteran…
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Dunclug college visits Asha

Dunclug college visits Asha

It was a week of fun and frolic for the Kusumpur Pahari slum community when a team from The Dunclug College, Northern Ireland visited us. This was their maiden visit to Asha. During their stay, they absolutely enthralled the children by narrating stories, conducting music and dance sessions and playing…
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Let HIV not kill our hope!

Let HIV not kill our hope!

Savita (name changed) got married in a joint family at a tender age of 16, in the year 1997. Soon they migrated to Delhi in search of better livelihood and to support their family back in UP.   They settled in one of Asha’s slum communities where they were blessed…
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The United Methodist team visits Asha

The United Methodist team visits Asha

Asha’s Tigri slum community centre turned into a happy playground with veritable bedlam of chirruping produced by the tiny tots and the team of eight from the United States (USA) for about a week. As the members of the Sacramento Japanese United Methodist Team and United Methodist Team of Davis…
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