A library is known, in fact was conceived, to be the epicenter of knowledge. In it lies the splendor of information, leading us to the answers of mysteries we catapult ourselves into. And the librarian? The sober stalwart holding the wisdom of what belongs where, not only in his/her own library but also in the written [...]
The article published on ‘India Knowledge @ Wharton’ on the 24th of March ‘11 is about the birth of Hippocampus and how it’s social wing – The Reading Foundation is making a difference.
Go ahead… click here and read the article.
‘Umesh Malhotra’s Hippocampus Reading Foundation focuses on underprivileged children who can’t read books just because they can’t afford them’, an excerpt from the article featured on a few Ashoka Fellows from India who have stepped up to make a change through innovation.
The article was featured in the pages of Times of India on 4th January [...]
Here is another inspiring story of a lady who wanted to make a difference, and has succeeded! Hema Srinivas took the initiative to improve reading culture among children. She has been a part of HRF for about three years now and helps in setting up libraries with our help. She is currently working with her [...]
“Little children know exactly what they want”, and they can do anything to achieve it. The article speaks of the children of Chagaletti who have proven this with their commitment to promoting child rights in their humble village. Adding to this achievement, is the establishment of their very own library with the help of HRF [...]