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Kutch's Water Champions In The Making
Local youth, with some amount of training and support, can implement solutions for the community if they understand and manage local water problems.
Fishers turn climate scientists to save beaches
A community-managed shoreline monitoring project is tracking changes to beaches to safeguard an ecosystem that is vital for fisherfolk
Village women clean only freshwater lake in Odisha, revive tourism
Under the Cloth for Work initiative steered by Goonj, 30 women from Malabiharpur village took up the task of cleaning 2,000 sq ft area of the lake.
Banni pastoralists see success in battle for survival
“After 10 years of use, a Nano car would go to Bhangarwala (mechanical waste collector) whereas Banni Buffalo will produce at least four new buffa...
The market beyond drip
System of Water for Agricultural Rejuvenation method requires one-fourth of the water that drip does, to adequately irrigate fruit trees and vegeta...
Usha, dawn of hope and dignity
The Usha Multipurpose Cooperative Society Ltd. is not just a bank but a life-changing platform for nearly 23 thousand sex workers in Kolkata
Once homeless, Mumbai heroes revolutionise shoe industry
Two young men launch a company that wants to ensure that no Indian walks barefoot
The power-full people you don’t know about
For the past seven months, N K Bhat hasn't paid a penny to the Mangaluru Electricity Supply Company. "Instead I get paid about Rs 2,000 a month,"
Uralungal: India’s Oldest Worker Cooperative
This cooperative has pioneered democratic workplace organization and egalitarian redistribution, even in the context of a highly competitive sector.