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Can the ‘Pad Piper’ lure away social taboos related to menstruation?
He wore pads, he figured out how to make them, and he's given rise to social enterprises around making biodegradable pads. Meet the 'Pad Piper' in this film by the same name. Manu Moudgil posted 5 years 1 month ago
A Muruganantham shows the working of a sanitary pad to women. (Source: The Pad Piper)
Tuning Fork Film Workshop in Himachal Pradesh
‘Tuning Fork Films’ are a collective of socially oriented filmmakers, who are keen to use film as a medium for self-reflection and social change. Swati Bansal posted 5 years 2 months ago
Backs to the Wall: Photography Competition and Fellowship
A CSE fellowship and contest for photographers and photo-journalists- Backs to the Wall (Climate Change and Vulnerable Communities) Swati Bansal posted 5 years 2 months ago
The sacred springs of Sikkim
Devithans are shrouded in rituals and myths but serve as an important institution to preserve springs. While religious sentiments sometimes get in the way, development around them continues. Usha Dewani posted 5 years 4 months ago
Devithan at Kolbung village, Namthang
Sikkim conserves its Tsomgo lake
Residents who live near the lake, representatives from the Taxi Drivers’ & Shopkeepers' Association, Tourism Department, and the Police Department have worked together towards a common goal. Usha Dewani posted 5 years 4 months ago
Tourists at Tsomgo Lake, Sikkim
Why use a refrigerator to store water when you can use a clay pot?
Decreasing demand in India for earthen pots to store drinking water has affected thousands of potters' livelihoods. The film 'Vanishing Potters' provides a closer look. makarandpurohit posted 5 years 4 months ago
A potter making a clay pot in Jevra Sirsa village in Durg district
Stained teeth, weak bones and untimely death -- all caused by contaminated water
Tale of Tapatjuri' is the story of a nondescript village in Nagaon district of Assam gripped by fluorosis -- to a degree that could scare many. Usha Dewani posted 5 years 4 months ago
Children at Tapatjuri affected by skeletal fluorosis
First Sikkim, now Meghalaya springs hope!
6000 villages in Meghalaya depend on springs and spring-fed rivers for household water needs. Their drying up threatens water security and future growth. Now, there is some hope. Usha Dewani posted 5 years 6 months ago
Green but water-scarce
Water, science and us
The science behind groundwater isn't well understood but how can this be changed so that people manage their water better? Manu Moudgil posted 5 years 8 months ago
Testing is one of the components of workshop.
Are there solutions to epidemics from water-borne diseases?
The recent jaundice outbreak in Sambalpur, Odisha has again unfolded several questions related to rise of water-borne diseases in urban areas in India. This film explores these problems. makarandpurohit posted 5 years 8 months ago
Polluted water in Sambalpur, Odisha