Digital Literacy by Roshni Subramani

By Volunteer Roshni Subramani, FHI Kolkata A global pandemic has created havoc in the education sector in the past one year, and teachers, trainers and students have begun to take it in their stride to become digitally fluent. This article entails for a close assessment of the significance and expansion of India’s Digital Literacy Outreach…

For How Else Will They Share Their Stories with The World…? by Sneha Pai

By Volunteer Sneha Pai, FHI Bangalore We all wish to be seen, heard, and understood! To have our thoughts and feelings acknowledged. And share our glorious ideas with the world. We often see younger children speak their curious minds out and ask questions without much hesitation. But as they grow, sometimes, some of them slowly retreat…

Problem Solving: Thinking ahead by Raunak Bhandari

By Raunak Bhandari, Fly Higher Jodhpur Problem solving is a basic skill to have these days and it must be good for the benefit of people around you. How do you solve problems is a question as good as what do you do when encountering a problem. This brings us to 2 two scenarios of…

Skills for All & All for Skills by Ishita R Bahadur

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin Little kids are like a soft clay, they can be molded in any shape. Then why not make them a masterpiece! And this masterpiece will only be possible when we as youth realize our responsibility in creating…

Skills for All. All for Skills by Ravina Sewani

How many of us have learnt the skill of gauging ourselves like we gauge others? If we were to grade ourselves for our life skills, our report cards would be a grade C with a remark that would say ‘can do better’. There have been several incidents in human history where humans have had to…