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    12 Jul 2019
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    CASA returns to its old project area Damal Asim village in Meghalaya’s West Garo Hills District where it implemented its development programme from 1986-2005 and...
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    14 Mar 2019
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    CASA responded with non-food items such as clothing, utensils, tarpaulin sheets among other items in an effort to help them restore their normal livelihood. CASA...
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    13 Mar 2019
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    The society meeting of CASA held on February 7, 2019 constituted the National Board of CASA for the next quadrennial. His Grace Dr. Yakob Mar Irenaios...
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    13 Mar 2019
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    CASA’s participation in events like these will give more visibility as a transparent and accountable charity organisation to international and national players.      ...
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    13 Mar 2019
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    Compliant mechanism was introduced by CASA with a very clear understanding that communities’ ownership over the process of recovery will have to be enhanced. A...
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    13 Mar 2019
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    Director Dr. Sushant Agrawal talks about reasons to go ahead with unconditional support in Kerala and decision to give power to the people to choose...
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    13 Mar 2019
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    The Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004 hit the coasts of several Southern and South- Eastern Asian countries in December. CASA team revisits the places of...
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    13 Mar 2019
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    Cash transfers give choices and dignity to people affected by disasters and make humanitarian aid more accountable by providing a sense of ownership and control...
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The Dreamers of Satna

These women  from a small district of Madhya Pradesh didn’t imagine that the fuel they use to cook in their kitchen would give fire to...
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CASA COMPLETES 70 YEARS

CASA marked its 70 year heritage by dedicating the day to the communities of rural India which worked hand-in-hand with CASA in their march for...
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BRIDGING BACK TO SCHOOL

Anusha and Rama, the Unbiological Sisters, as they were known, dust their school bags to resume school after 3 years. Sun burns, deep bruises, rough...
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THE AGRO-TECH HAMLET

Change in the weather pattern had completely disturbed the cropping pattern but after installation of weather station, we get to know about weather behavior in...
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A NEW WAVE: Farmers of Tipli

To try to describe Tipli and leave out technology – as the English say – is like trying to present Shakespeare’s play ‘Hamlet’ and leave...
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