Meet the women fighting air pollution in Delhi’s slums

By Vandana K Contributor September 28, 2022 | NEW DELHI

How a touch of white is helping the poor stay cool in a heatwave

by Ketaki Desai | Times Of India | May 5, 2022

Writing on the wall: Deconstructing plight of women workers in Delhi

by Shinjini Ghosh |  Times Of India | March 16, 2022

The things women construction workers wish they could change

by Sri Krishna | Citizen Matters | | February 02, 2022

Climate emergency: Keeping homes cool on a warming planet

by The Green Fence podcast | January 27, 2022

Time To Put The Furthest First In Delhi’s Air Pollution Conversation

by  Bijal Brahmbhatt | India Times | December 22, 2021

As Temperatures Soar, Philanthropy Can Power up South Asia’s Cooling Innovators

By Ed Dean | Director of Business Development at Ashden | December 12, 2021

Audio podcast: ‘Air pollution affects women more, especially the most poor’

by Ashraf Engineer | All Indians Matter | December 1, 2021

The number of new respiratory patients increased by 10%

by Nisha Sinha | Dainik Bhaskar | November 21, 2021

Keeping homes cool as the planet heats up

by Deutsche Welle (DW) | November 19, 2021

Delhi: Women construction workers bear ailments as occupational hazards

by Ambika Pandit | The Times of India | November 8, 2021

What ‘work from home’ means for women in informal settlements 

by Aditi Murthi | Citizen Matters | September 24, 2021

WOMEN RAISE THE ROOF 

by PreventionWeb | September 1, 2021

Work at Dhal Ni Pole featured!

by Gujarat Samachar | June 20, 2021

Understanding the COVID-19 second wave in urban Gujarat

by Bijal Brahmbhatt | Indian Development Review | | June 15, 2021

Public scheme, private risk

by Bijal Brahmbhatt | Indian Development Review | June 9, 2021

Enough Heat 

by Sarita Santoshini | Enough | April 8, 2021

Women change makers’ story 

by Naresh Makwana | Abhiyan magazine | March 20, 2021

Roti, kapda & makaan. But no water… until now

By Jasjeev Gandhiok | The Times Of India | December 14, 2020

How Fahmidaben found her voice – and helped her neighbours

By Ashish Mehta | GOVERNANCE now | December 7, 2020

The City Makers is an empowering tribute to women reshaping urban India

Chintan Girish Modi | Money Control | November 28, 2020

They Built Us our Cities

By Roshini Suparna Diwakar | The Indian Express | October 26, 2020

Because everyone deserves a home 

By Meeta Rajivlochan | The Tribune | October 25, 2020

In Indian cities, the quest for dignity

By Renana Jhabvala | Hindustan Times | October 21, 2020

From joblessness to entrepreneurship amidst COVID_19 crisis, an Indian slum woman shows the way

By Naresh Makwana | Abhiyaan Gujarati Magazine | October 17, 2020

How women in a slum in Ahmedabad adopted energy-efficient practices

By Renana Jhabvala and Bijal Brahmbhatt | Scroll.in | October 8, 2020

Micro loans, mega gains

By Amita Bhaduri | India Water Portal | July 11, 2018

Whose heritage is it anyway?

By Parth Shastri | TNN | | July 05, 2018

Gujarat: Long before govt, slum dweller began Jal Sanchay

By Gargi Raval | DNA India | May 26, 2018

Can’t get enough of heritage!

By Ahmedabad Mirror November 27, 2017

Pol women restore legacy connect to Ahmedabad kids

By Niyati Parikh | TNN | November 26, 2017

How Delhi slums can fight climate change

By Pratibha Singh | Down To Earth | November 15, 2017

Women Lead The Change In Delhi, Ahmedabad Slums

By Thomson Reuters Foundation August 21, 2017

Mahila Housing Trust will train NGOs to fight summer heat

By Niyati Parikh | TNN | March 26, 2017

The Power of Women’s Collectives

By Vishal Kapoor | Stanford Social Innovation Review | February 15, 2017

Slum-free cities? How the women of Ahmedabad led a housing revolution

By Carlin Carr | The Guardian | April 14, 2016