One woman’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program is to take on the rising youth suicide rate in India.
A new project is attempting to remove the stigma attached to mental health in India.
One person’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program is transforming the Mumbai transportation system so that deaf people can travel as easily as hearing people.
A program of sight exercises aims to improve vision without glasses.
Collaborating with an NGO and local restaurants, Sheenu Sheth created a unique event.
A project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program is bringing freedom and flagging to Mumbai.
One woman used her own family challenges as inspiration to bring counseling to local schools.
The V Dream project is bringing together parents and young people to have creative conversations about the future.
The Green Wheels project is boldly causing bicycle commuting in the heart of India.
A new project is teaching parents and teachers about the educational options for disabled children in Mumbai.
To get to congenital heart disease in children in time, this heart surgeon operates on about 100 young people a year for free.
Increasing the penalty for tiger poaching in India, and educating school children about the importance of tigers to the ecosystem are both part of the ‘Save Tiger Save Life Signature Campaign’.
A new program is setting out to give women greater opportunities in the workplace in India via legislation affecting maternity leave.
A project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program is providing key health information and sex education to Indian teens.
An innovate ‘Shhh…No Honking’ campaign is reducing noise pollution in Mumbai.
‘Pedal for Joy’ has bicycle riding making a difference in every area of life.
A project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program is now an established organization bringing art camps to underprivileged children in hospitals and orphanages across India.
Officers at all levels benefited from a workshop created as a woman’s project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
An unforgettable event for seniors could become a worldwide celebration.
One woman’s project is turning the metropolis of Ahmedabad into the most hygienic city in India.
‘Meal with a Smile’ has been feeding those in need in friendly fashion for the last year and a half.
Vasundhara Talware created a foundation to empower schools so as to dramatically improve the education of underprivileged students.
A new NGO has held 17 sports events for disabled people so far.
Festivals, competitions and workshops to promote upcycling are spreading across India.
Landmark Forum graduate Mohini Makadia is cleaning up the Indian city of Ankleshwar, causing awareness, cleaning projects, and permanent structures such as a waste plant and trash cans.
Tribe of Lambs is holding a rock party in Calgary to fund 54 children at Rays Home for HIV Positive Children in India.
Amar Bohra created an entirely unique project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program, based on respect for the dead.
One man is doing everything he can to eliminate a dangerous blood disorder in India.
The Prime Minister of India and the chief ministers of four states participated in a Self-Expression and Leadership Program project which was a celebration of the Tiranga, the Indian flag, which is a symbol of freedom.
One woman and her friends have spearheaded the removal of harmful garbage in Mumbai as her project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.