What is it?

S4G, the un-mediated, not moderated social platform

Have you ever thought you have something to “express” with a social dimension but never had the opportunity to do it?

Then S4G is what you are looking for:

  • Open, unrestricted and easy to use
  • Three mediums to choose from: TEXT, VIDEO, PHOTO
  • A way to express your ideas, reflections and expertise, on social issues and broader development and society at large
  • You do not need to be an expert but just passionate about what you share

Latest Sharings

14 January, 2018
12 January, 2018
26 November, 2017

The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka's No Fire Zone

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No Fire Zone is a terrific film bringing to light the ending of the Sri Lankan Civl War in 2009. Please see this film and ask, especially government officials providing aid to Sri Lanka to see this.

Interview with Dan Altan, Wheelchair Athletes Worldwide

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Wheelchair Athletes Worldwide is a small American NGO, bringing sports wheelchairs and training to athletes in developing countries

Which Temple are you from? by Rabbi Zalman Marcus

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Helping those in need by a Rabbi from Chabad House in Mission Viejo, California. Lovely little story.

Housewife- Who "does nothing all day"---- Does she really?

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In modern times the term Housewife has been associated with lack of ambition and drive Someone who "does nothing all day". Lets see what does being a housewife entail.

Can Novartis do something for patients living with thalassemia in developing countries?

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Meeting markets and shareholders' expectations for higher profits while at the same time ensuring "shared value" and meeting social demands of the society, can be challenging.

Who's at Fault!!

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Courtsey: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/
The irresponsible political systems lands common mass in trouble. It is time democracy acts democratic.

Happiness Through Localization

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Localization is the key to successful globalization. Lessons from Nepal

Organization based Volunteerism

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organizational Volunteerism enhance self learning of individual of volunteers and their effort contribute to the overall mission of the organization. Therefore organization should also be more responsible towards their volunteers when it comes to capacity building of volunteers.

An Open Letter to Bill O'Reilly- Sudarshan Subedi is NOT just " That guy from Nepal"

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Should the ability to understand and speak English be the only yardstick to measure one's intellect and dedication?

Overcoming thalassemia: The Story of Paras (article for crowdfunding campaign)

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ENGAGE is organizing a special campaign for Paras. As most of the rare forms of disease, thalassemia does not get any spotlight in the global stage of public health and I bet that all around the world there are millions of people silently dying because they are plagued by diseases not big enough to create a major health buzz. Still they suffer and they die but this does not count.


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The concept of "Women's Only" spaces is taken as a measure towards women's safety. But is it really?

Trigger a change. Earn good Karma.

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The Non profit sector is empowering the world towards a better future. TriggrZ empowers the Non Profit Sector.

Contemporary challenges of social work in Nepal

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This article briefly explains challenges faced by social workers in Nepal.

Kavish, A Love Story by Prerna Khanna

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Prerna and her family
"These children are born because of the bad deeds of the mother" So began the journey of Prerna Khanna and her family when her son Kavish was born, with cerebral palsy. This is not only a journey of love, but a journey of empowerment for Prerna as a mother, activist, wife and human being.

Volunteering for what? Between formal and informal service, the quest for an impact

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Celebrating volunteerism in its all forms and its outstanding diversity encourages more and more people to act in the service of the others. The challenge then is how to ensure that a volunteering action is actually doing something positive for the community and society at large.In this quest, we can’t forget the contributions of hidden volunteers. They are everywhere, making a difference.

Festivals of India: A perpetuation of Patriarchy

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Festivals are times of togetherness and cheer do they also perpetuate patriarchy in some way?

Just a Few Moments by Dr. Becky Paris (VSO) Mugu

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Her name was Binita. I only knew her for a few moments-a moment of joy and a burden of sorrow