Growing Up a KAP Kid

September 25th, 2019|

When my parents told me that we would be moving to India for a year of sabbatical, it felt like the worst news in the world. Instead, through the Kiran Anjali Project, it enabled me to find my path and my passion.

Nutrition is a Gender Issue

December 21st, 2018|

You cannot learn if you are hungry. Eating regular healthy meals and receiving enough food is necessary to perform at your best. That is why The Kiran Anjali Project funds nutrition programs at partner [...]

Why Boys?

October 17th, 2018|

Boys and girls play together at Carnation Learning Center. I am often asked at our events, “What about the boys?” Truthfully, I bristle thinking, “Don’t men and boys have enough privilege in [...]

Teen KAP Update

September 10th, 2018|

Teen KAP is our initiative to engage youth in service work that benefits the children in our partner programs in India. Participating teens learn about the plight of disadvantaged girls in India and how [...]

Indian Women in the Workforce

September 4th, 2018|

Many Indian women and girls today are hoping to become the business women of tomorrow, yet only 25% of India’s workforce is female.[i] This number is compared to 57% of women participating in the labor [...]

Two Girls, Two Different Worlds

August 27th, 2018|

I was 11 years old strolling through the aisles of Barnes and Noble. I was confusedby an autobiography titled, “I am Nujood, Age 10 and Divorced.” My pre-teen self was wondering how anyone younger than [...]

A Dangerous Country to be a Woman

August 19th, 2018|

It came as a shock. I had recently started my internship with the Kiran Anjali Project when I saw the headline, “India is the most dangerous country to be a woman.” About 550 experts [...]

What Human Trafficking Can Look Like

August 13th, 2018|

96,000 children are missing every year in India. I am unsettled so many children from one country could be in dangerous circumstances. Why such a high number in India, and what has led to [...]

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