Divya Kumar is a Chennnai-based journalist and blogger. She is a stay-at-home mom, and ‘Toddler Talk’, her light-hearted column on parenting, ran in The Hindu Metroplus from May2014 to July2015. She blogs on Madras and motherhood at divyakumar.com.
Manju Latha Kalanidhi, a senior journalist based in Hyderabad, takes the words, “Be the change you want to be” rather seriously.
A Nutritionist by profession, my current project is my almost 2 yr. old son.... I'm always aiming to create huge awareness about healthy eating habits for a lifetime and use of alternative healing systems to truly unlock latent wellness.
Mommymojo is a resource and support center for moms. A space to learn, share and grow while connecting with other moms through their experiences.
I am an associate professor at the Department of Communication, University of Hyderabad, UNESCO Chair on Community Media, the first ever, set up at my Department.
Aparna Samuel Balasundaram is a USA- Licensed Psychotherapist and Parent and Child Expert with 10 years of experience in the USA.
Deepa is an educationist, disability rights activist, writer and a mother of two, a science crazy son and a daughter with an extra chromosome. She writes about her experiences on raising her daughter with Down syndrome at www.twominuteparenting.com
Cyber Victim Counselor, Advocate and Legal Scholar. Managing Director of Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling (CCVC), India.
Ms. Satarupa Chaudhuri is an educator who has worked with Oxford University Press for more than eighteen years, actively engaging in and supervising the production and publishing of materials for English Language Teaching.
I am a research scientist by training, with a PhD in Cellular and Molecular Pathology. I am also a mother to a perky and enthusiastic 18-month old toddler, who blows me away every single day with her mischievous wit and charm!
Author 'Just You, Me And A Secret' and 'A Minute To Death'// IT person for food, short film maker for fun, writer for life.
Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA) symbolizes India’s largest grassroots movement for the protection of children, ensuring freedom from all forms of exploitation and quality education to each and every child.
PARENTING MATTERS is an organisation which celebrates the journey of parenthood. We create opportunities for parents to PAUSE, REFLECT and LEARN through workshops and discussion groups.
TARSHI (Talking About Reproductive & Sexual Health Issues), a Delhi based NGO, believes that all people have the right to sexual wellbeing and to a self-affirming and enjoyable sexuality.
Amnesty International India’s Human Rights Education programme works with schools to make human rights a part of daily school life. Through a ‘Whole-School Approach’ that focuses on key areas - Curriculum, Environment, Relationships and Governance.
Broken Compass is all about planning the perfect trip for you. We give you direction, but off the beaten track kind. So you can explore & see more! Places you wanted to see or haven't even heard of! And come back with beautiful memories.
NalandaWay Foundation is a non-profit that works with children from the poorest districts in India, helping them raise their voices and issues through theatre, visual arts, music, dance, radio and films.
Make A Difference (MAD) provides family like care to children living in orphanages and street shelters. Our vision is to ensure that even the most vulnerable children in society are able to realise equitable outcomes.
PRODIGY (Promoting the Development of India's Gifted Young) is an initiative to bring together researchers, educators, policy makers, parents, and other stakeholders to address the challenge of gifted education.
Child and Family Blog conduct and share research on families and children. It is aimed at sharing the new knowledge that researchers create worldwide with all those who want to improve the lives of children.
The Teacher Foundation is a young dynamic organization that aims at infusing the school education system in India with new energy, enthusiasm and expertise.
Prajnya is a non-profit centre for research, public education and networking working on issues related to peace, justice and security. We are based in Chennai, India.
Hand holding for parents from the time they conceive until their children leave their teens - By Dr Debmita Dutta MBBS MD, Parenting and Wellness Consultant.
The word aser means impact in Hindustani. ASER Centre seeks to use simple yet rigorous methods to generate evidence on scale on the outcomes of social sector programs. It also aims to strengthen the link between evidence and action.
Schools of Equality is an activity based programme that engages students, artists and people working for social justice to examine equality and effect change in society.
Medsense HealthCare is the answer to the long-felt need of quality medical care & first aid to children at schools.
Chennai Counselors’ Foundation (CCF) is an association for Mental Health Professionals founded by Mrs. Saras Bhaskar and Mrs. Brinda Jayaraman in the year 2004.
Relief Foundation was seeded in September 1998 by a group of adoptive parents with a focus on child rights and juvenile justice.
The Art of Autism is a collaborative project that brings awareness to the general public the creative abilities of people on the autism spectrum and others who are neuro-minorities.
Tots Guide.com is a web for every child, created for for Parents and Doctors. Brainchild of Dr. Nandini Mundkur, TotsGuide.com is aimed to cater to vision of helping every child with disablities to attain a better future.