Weaving the road to women empowerment
30 Apr 2013

Sally Holkar, founder of Women Weave, an NGO working to empower women from the marginalised sections, says that the occupation of weaving not only provides financial security to women, it also gives them aesthetic pleasure. Excerpts from the interview. OneWorld South Asia: How does your NGO Women Weave, empower marginalised…


Emergency Wallet to Support Humanitarian Response
02 Jun 2016

Ericsson commits at World Humanitarian Summit to developing Ericsson Emergency Wallet, a mobile financial services solution to support humanitarian organizations and populations affected by disasters…

Dalmia Cement resonates commitment to sustainability
29 Apr 2016

Group CEO Dalmia Cement Bharat Singhi was invited to New York for a dialogue with other world leaders to action tackling climate change. New Delhi:…


India has a great culture of social entrepreneurship: Antonella Vischer
13 Aug 2013

Antonella Notari Vischer, Director of Geneva-based philanthropic organisation, The Womanity Foundation, in an interview to OneWorld South Asia, said that…

Mobiles can promote financial inclusion: President, Dun & Bradstreet
02 Apr 2013

Byron Vielehr, President, International and Global Operations of Dun & Bradstreet, the 171-year- old provider of business data and risk-management…

Case Studies

Cherie Blair launches Vodafone Connected Women Report-2014
18 Jul 2014

The Vodafone Connected Women Report Illustrates the power of the mobile technology to catalyse economic…

The Barefoot Challenge,Tilonia, Rajasthan
23 May 2013

This project has enabled all the facilities and…


Fairtrade Foundation extends supply chain to benefit small farmers
17 Feb 2013

A new report shows how Fairtrade Foundation’s expansion…

IBM’s latest CSR report focuses on the use of technology for social benefit
27 Aug 2012

Initiatives such as P-TECH and Smarter Cities Challenge…

Social Justice Philanthropy (Hindi)
25 Sep 2013

The third episode of special radio series on Social Justice Responsibility addresses issues like philanthropy…