Author Archives: MIEF Staff

Zoonosis: How to be aware about pet care!

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We already announced the Zoonosis conference in July and will be sharing more details on it as we get closer to the event. Today, however, we thought of sharing useful information with you on animal and pet care in general as an attempt to increase efforts to keep up the awareness of the veterinary needs for…

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MIEF inspiration: Owning and cleaning the Rakkar village

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There’s many of us who talk about cleanliness, environment, giving back, Indian villages- issues and problems. Far few do something about it. Today, we invite you to have a look here. There is a group of people doing massively interesting things for a small village in the Himalayas. We spoke to a couple of the…

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MIEF is 11!

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This week, MIEF is 11 and we are fast approaching adolescence 🙂 We are so excited with the new things that we’ve been doing and all the work is immensely gratifying, especially working with school kids, building awareness campaigns and also cultural projects involving lost languages, art. Few things feel as amazing as being able…

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Now looking for: great ideas from you!

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We are so glad to announce that this online platform IS addictive! That means, we find immense value in creating content for you all. Thank you for all your encouragement. And, we are looking forward to having new writers and opinion leaders who can share their ideas and opinions on different topics ranging from health,…

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Monday Inspiration: City gets its own little free library

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Carolyn Shirley with immense love for reading, took it several notches higher by opening a ‘Little Free Library’ in her front yard in a small American town of Elk Ridge. She decided on taking things under her own control and starting up an initiative like this when she realised that the town residents had to…

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The clean water crisis in India

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There will be constant competition over water, between farming families and urban dwellers, environmental conservationists and industrialists, minorities living off natural resources and entrepreneurs seeking to commodify the resources base for commercial gain