Youth can play a significant role in solving farm crisis, says Kavitha Kuruganti
'... I will support the farmer in my own interest as well as because I think he (she) will stand a better chance'.
Indigenous Peoples Day: Through the Lens of Women
Sensing the urgency to document traditional knowledge that elders possess, Chirhah has helped make films like ‘Millet-Securing livelihoods’
To beat the drought, women farmers of Anantapur have entered the millet revolution in Andhra
With government support, they are now falling back to their traditional farming practices for a better living.
Kerala's GI hunters provide stardom to unique crops
Pokkali rice, Central Travancore jaggery, Kaipad rice and Chengalikodan nendran banana have received GI recognition.
The big deal about the small grains
These small grains are filled with nutrition, and are the ultimate survival food, as they can grow in the harshest of climates and the poorest of s...
Selling on the street
Janpahal, a Delhi-based NGO, is supporting the struggle of street vendors for dignified livelihoods, using advocacy and promoting solidarity.
Stewards of Food Culture and Biodiversity: Voices from the Northeast
Indigenous communities of Northeast India are guardians of its unique biodiversity and food culture.
Why Odisha’s Tribal Women Are Returning to Their Natural Roots for Guidance on Food
These women are going back to their native wisdom to, at least, secure the health of their coming generations.
The Case for Millets: Despite Calls by Scientists and Activists, The Coarse Grain Remains Unavailable Under PDS
Even during peak drought years, millet crops don't entirely fail. And every acre that grows millets over rice saves 6 million litres of water.