Meet India’s first and only licensed fisherwoman, KC Rekha
India’s lone licensed deep sea fisher-woman has survived monstrous tides that toss around her flimsy 20-year-old vessel.
What We Can Learn From the Young Woman Who Has Rocked the Madhya Pradesh Police
Taking on the system at every level – administrative, social and cultural – this young survivor of sexual assault is a brilliant survivor.
Millets farming, the Kondh Way
“Whatever I obtain from my field feeds my family, our community; the birds, the insects and the animals who visit my field. Everyone is full!”
Odisha tribal women start info centre to fight for individual, community forest rights, pending for several years
They harnessed their intimate traditional knowledge of the forest and plant species to increase the forest cover and brought streams back to life.
Pune NGO for women farmers wins UN Equator Prize
SSP’s climate-resilient farming model gives cultivation rights of a small piece of land, which is usually half or one acre, to women from marginal ...
Poor Women Craft Their Destiny
A compelling and inspiring story of resolute perseverance, of the power of the human spirit, and of the dignity of people struggling to escape pove...
Into the Wild
Forest-grown vegetables like kurdu, chichardi, halunda, chaya, kombhal, kavdar, teryachi bhaji, kate math etc. will be displayed, cooked, and sold
Women in Gir stand up for dignity of widows
Sorath Mahila Vikas Mandali’s journey conveys how the collective power of women can bring about progressive change and transform lives.
Maharashtra seed mother pioneers conservation of native varieties
She supplies farmers with seedlings of native crops, encouraging them to switch to native varieties.