Our Annual Report for 2008 – 2009 is ready. The past year has been an eventful year for THI. The infant mortality rate in our field area remained low at 20/1000, well below the national average. Our community health outreach programme in the Kalrayan hills has taken off. Many more people managed to receive […]
Handcrafted items produced by Porgai, our Lambadi womens’ embroidery collective are on sale at the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishad, Kumara Krupa Road, Bangalore from October 5th to 14th at the Sampoorna Handicrafts Bazaar. Support the revival of traditional Lambadi embroidery by visiting the exhibition and buying our products.
The new, redesigned THI brochure is ready. The brochure summarizes the work done by THI, explains how one can get involved with THI’s work and includes a tear-off form for contibutions. We have uploaded a email friendly PDF version with compressed images on the publications page. Do print it out and circulate it as […]
In August 2009 Dr. Lalit Narayan finished two years at THI and left back to his home town of Bangalore. We need a replacement. Do print/circulate this PDF document that advertises the position.
Our annual newsletter for the year 2008 – 2009 is ready and has been sent to everyone on our mailing list. Download a PDF version from our publications page.
Our 2007-08 newsletter has been published and has been sent to all those on our mailing list. Download a PDF version from our publications page.
On the occasion of World AIDS Day the Tamil Nadu Society for AIDS Control (TNSACS) recognised THI’s HIV/AIDS programme with an Award for Exceptional Work. Credit must be given to Mathaiyan, our TB/HIV Health Worker who manages most of the programme. He is seen in the photo with the award.
Our annual report for the year 2006 – 2007 is ready. The highlight of the year has been the growth of our Lambadi’s women’s collective which hopes to revive traditional Lambadi embroidery. They have started retailing their products under the brand name ‘Porgai’, which means ‘pride’ in their dialect. The Farming Initiative witnessed a […]