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Skills Academy
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June 29, 2022
After the Corona infections declined, many of our former apprentices are again engaged in activities, such as Daniel here in Bihar, North India, where he ran a Vacation School
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Bent, not bound: Journey from slavery to crusade
Times of India
June 12, 2022
‍Jothi doesn’t remember a life before the rice mill she worked in when she was a toddler. “My father used to tell me it was home,” she says. ‍Starting at 4. 30am, her little hands ...
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