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160 women from a tiny village called Rahu in Melghat get Rs 10000 as share of profit through bamboo harvest
The Gram Sabha values the forests and knows the outcomes of protecting and nurturing it
TOWARDS DECENTRALISED URBAN GOVERNANCE: THE CASE OF BHUJ CITY, KACHCHH, India
The decentralisation process coordinated by the ﬁve CSOs along with active citizens in the city is an inspiring example of bottom-up democracy.
Government of Maharashtra to study “Odisha Millets Mission” to initiate similar State Millet Mission
Info. and experiential learning from Odisha Millets Mission will help in formulating and implementing a similar activity in Maha.
Seed festivals put spotlight on conservation of indigenous seeds
Local and endemic crops that have evolved over time are a rich source of nutrition.
Kattas and Madakas: Decline of traditional water conservation methods
For traditional Kattas and Madakas, unit cost of conserving a kilolitre of water would be less than that for plastic-lined tanks.
Community seed banks give Sahariyas a new lease of life
Seed banks focusing on collection of grain varieties that used to be consumed by the Sahariyas for ages ...
With dream dam farmers show what is possible
The old, unused bridge came as a blessing for the farmers - how?
Nutrition gardens help students learn better and eat better
The students come up with solutions and innovations to maintain the garden in a sustainable manner.
Against the grain: why millet is making a comeback in rural India
Sharing knowledge, increasing their output, and accessing new markets.