Give Back Stories

Shelter for Boys

By Father Ralin De Souza | 21/02/2013
You can help, hospital too Margaret Bosco Bal Sadan, prostate or MBBS, case is a Don Bosco home for boys in need of shelte

Consumer is King

By Roland Martins | 14/02/2013
My effort through GOACAN, a voluntary consumer organization, ask has primarily been to promote civic and consumer rights i

Drowning in Plastic

By Jonathan Rodrigues | 07/02/2013
The summer of 2020: After an exciting game of beach football, I am sitting by the sea, shop watching the sun set. The wate

Goa’s Children betrayed

By Albertina Almeida | 31/01/2013
Otherwise, for instance, one could have the Principal feeling she is damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t .A

Mother tongue tied By Anzil Fernandes | 24/01/2013

There is a lesson to be learnt from six-year-old Aliendra Pereira’s innocence. Whenever she hears a few words of Konka

Women’s Police Station By Francisca Rodrigues | 17/01/2013

Failure of  A Good Idea If you are a woman in Goa and in trouble, seek pray it’s not early in the day. At least not o

Saving Snakes in Goa They’re are not all bad By Gauri Gharpure | 10/01/2013

He was riding a bike in Mapusa when the rescued Spectacled Cobra slithered out of its sack. With its hood fanned wide,nu

Crawling his way to success By Anzil Fernandes | 27/12/2012

When the time comes to put his best foot forward, Agostinho Fernandes stretches out his hand. Polio struck him at the ag

Wrinkles on Christmas By Ashley do Rosario | 20/12/2012

Christmas means different things to different people. To some it is an occasion to revive old friendships, dosage bring

Two families, one accident and a dead girl By Gauri Gharpure | 13/12/2012

She was young and beautiful. He, shop tall, lanky and fun-loving. Both 15 years old, they decided to ditch their tutorin
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Goa charity guide with information on how you can donate money or time to organizations helping to make Goa a better place.