Teachers of Tomorrow: Mayank Singh Thakur
An efficient #classroom structure is an oft-overlooked aspect of #teaching, but one that can bring about profound changes in the learning outcomes of the #students. #Peer-learning is a proven efficient learning method and HPPI’s NeTT Programme trains student-teachers to create a classroom structur...
From textile factory to school: Nitu's story
10-year-old Nitu worked in a textile factory in #Panipat, #Haryana segregating used clothes according to their colours, earning INR 500 per month for her family. She was identified by the staff of HPPI’s #Sambhavana School, run as a part of the Action Against Child Labour Project supported by Symp...
From textile factory to school: Shoaib's story
When Shoaib’s father suddenly fell ill, the 15-year-old dropped out of school and started accompanying his mother to the textile factory where she worked. A resident of Panipat, the textile recycling hub of the world, Shoaib was identified by the staff of HPPI’s #Sambhavana School, run as a part...
Teachers of Tomorrow: Nikita Kelwa
Learning outcomes that students demonstrate are directly pegged to their attentiveness in studies in the #classroom. Igniting interest in #school studies among the students through engaging activities is a crucial skill for a primary school #teacher. Watch Nikita Kelwa, a student-teacher of HPPI’s...
Raising Healthy and Educated Communities Project, Telangana
Maternal and child health form the foundational building blocks of any society. Therefore, ensuring optimum well-being of mothers, infants, and children is an important public health goal for any nation. In order to bolster the Government’s Integrated Child Development Services efforts, Humana Peo...
Kadam—The Step-Up programme in Thane, Maharashtra
HPPI’s innovative model Kadam focuses on getting out of school children back in school. It is an 11- month program where out of school children are enrolled in the Kadam centres. These centres are a right blend of academic learning and skill-based experiences, suitable for varied age-group and lea...
Empowering girls through Education in Haryana
HPPI, with support from its partners, Humana Italy and Tavola Valdese has been running education interventions for out-of-school girl students and female student-teachers in Haryana since 2014. The latest initiative under the partnership, the Kadam+ Programme, launched in Mahendargah, Haryana is tr...
Humana People to People India—Year in review 2018
Thank you for being part of our journey and making 2018 an impactful year! HPPI wishes everyone a very Happy New Year 2019!
Nai Disha - Computer-based Functional Literacy Project
In 2017, Humana People to People India (HPPI) joined hands with TCS to incorporate the CBFL (Computer-Based Functional Literacy) methodology in its Nai Disha project, aimed at empowering 100,000 women in 10 identified districts in four states in the first year of intervention to develop functional s...
Sashakt - Financial Inclusion and Economic Empowerment of Ultra Poor Women in Madhya Pradesh
Humana People to People India (HPPI) launched Project Sashakt in year 2017. The goal of the project is to achieve economic empowerment of 40,000 ultra-poor women in the districts of Gwalior and Sheopur through building their capability to overcome poverty shocks and bring about attitudinal changes f...
Narmada Devi's journey into literacy
Narmada Devi, of Rajgarh area of Alwar district of Rajasthan, shares her inspiring story of empowerment through the Nai Disha functional literacy project implemented in partnership with Tata Consultancy Services. #LiteracyMeansFreedom
Asha Devi's experience of freedom through literacy
Asha Devi, from Alwar district of Rajasthan, shares her inspiring story of empowerment through the Nai Disha functional literacy project implemented in partnership with Tata Consultancy Services. #LiteracyMeansFreedom
Community development in three states in partnership with Sembcorp India
HPPI in partnership with Sembcorp India Green Infra Wind Energy Limited has implemented holistic livelihood and community development activities on education, skills development, agriculture, environment and health & hygiene. The project activities reached out to 7400+ people in the states of Rajast...
Muskan's story (The Kadam Step-Up Programme)
When thirteen-year-old Muskan moved from Uttar Pradesh to Gurugram, she had to drop out of school, because she didn't have the required documents to enrol. Through the Kadam Step-Up Programme, she is now preparing to get back to school, where she belongs.
Community Development Project in Nuh, Haryana, in partnership with DuPont India
HPPI, in partnership with DuPont India, has been implementing the Community Development Project in Roz ka Meo area of Nuh district of Haryana since March 2016, working with the community members in the areas of education, health & sanitation and environment protection. Through the Kadam programme be...
Vandana's story (The Kadam Step-Up Programme, supported by Dell Giving)
Nine-year-old Vandana dropped out of school, when her family had to move from Uttar Pradesh to Haryana, in search for work. Now she enjoys studying at Kadam in Gurugram, and is preparing to get back to school.
Irfan’s story (The Kadam Step-Up Programme, supported by Dell Giving)
Nine-year-old Irfan had to drop out of school when his family moved from Bihar to Haryana. His father tried to get him enrolled into a government school, but didn’t have the required documents. Now, he’s studying at a Kadam Centre in Gurugram and preparing to get back to school.
Anuradha's story of empowerment (Sashakt Project)
Anuradha from Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, tells her story of financial empowerment through the ‘Sashakt Project’. ‘Sashakt’ enabled over 40,000 ultra-poor women in the districts of Gwalior and Sheopur to achieve economic empowerment through building their capability to overcome poverty shocks...
HPPI Turns 20
To commemorate this milestone, employees who have been a part of the organisation from 20 years to 20 days, share their perspectives on HPPI's core values and what makes our approach unique.

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Humana People to People India is a development organization registered as a not-for-profit company under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956 as of 21st May 1998. It is a non-political, non-religious organization. Its mission is to unite with people in India in order to create development in the broadest sense through the implementation of the projects that aim at transferring knowledge, skills and capacity to individuals and communities who need assistance to come out of poverty and other dehumanizing conditions.

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