To help our readers better digest the prolific number of posts that appear throughout a given week, the ThinkChange India team will be providing weekly recaps on what posts garnered the most interest and also we will highlight some older posts that we feel deserve to be featured again.
From Sunday to Sunday — The Top Posts of the Week
- Santosh wrote on the development of a new social capital exchange. (62 views)
- A post by Prerna on For Love of Water (FLOW) enjoyed the second spot this week. (40 views)
- Shital’s reporting on women barefoot solar engineers also got much attention this week. (31 views)
Highlighted Jobs, Internships and Other Opportunities
- SKS Hyderbad is soliciting applications for a summer intern and Program Director. (31 views)
- An internship for Source for Change also gained noticeable attention this week. (30 views)
- Another post on an essay competition on climate change and health also received some focus by our readers this week. (29 views)
Reaching into the Archives
In this section we will link back to an older post that we believe deserves to be featured one more time.
Fresh off of the launch of ThinkChange India, Vinay wrote an Op-Ed on the value of having both arrogance and humility with regard to being a social entrepreneur. The post originally was published on March 3, 2008. (106 views)
We hope that these weekly recaps will help you better navigate our site and to make it even easier for our readers to keep up with everything exciting that is going on in India. Also, as always, we encourage all of you to keep commenting and participating as that is the best feedback to make sure we are doing a good job.
The ThinkChange India Team
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