COVID-19 deals a blow to United States non-profits as funds dry up
At least 25% non-profits laid off or furloughed employees; 69% reported a loss of critical programme volunteers in Arizona
Chhattisgarh’s Godhan Nyay: How it aims to revive rural economy, organic farming
A significant number of beneficiaries of the scheme are women and from backward community. Balod, Dhamtari, Durg, Raipur and Rajnadgaon districts …
Lessons from a community-driven rabies vaccination campaign in Kenya
Mass vaccination of domestic dogs grew from a local campaign to a county-wide rabies elimination effort in Kenya as national governments …
How Chunar, a small town in UP, is combating COVID-19
How awareness drives involving local bodies, distribution of PPEs and other equipment, helped turn the COVID-19 situation around
Climate change and water: First victims
Research is needed to understand the social dimensions of the affected because it has the potential to shift the trajectory of the climate change …
Inside slum lanes, a Delhi group helps quell hunger
The intiative, led by students and teachers of Delhi University along with lawyers and activists, feeds 800 slum dwellers a day
International Women’s Day: ‘Next, I will build a pucca house and beauty parlour’
With Trickle Up’s seed grant, a lot of women in Jharkhand’s Pakur opted for agricultural practices. But Golapi chose to run a …
अनुसूचित जनजाति का दर्जा पाने के लिए कोल समाज कर रहा है संघर्ष
मध्यप्रदेश में कोल समुदाय को आदिवासी माना जाता है, लेकिन उत्तर प्रदेश में अनुसूचित जाति में शामिल किया गया है।
Berlin’s grassroots plan to renationalise up to 200,000 ex-council homes from corporate landlords
Are political parties looking at women differently?
In India, perhaps for the first time, election manifestoes have been made keeping women in mind. The upcoming elections in Madhya Pradesh and …
Can India reduce food wastage with community refrigerators?
Community refrigerators have helped reduce food wastage in the UAE, Germany and France. India too can popularise and scale up the initiative
This is what Africa can learn from India's sanitation story
Despite the limitations of the Indian model of sanitation, Africa can draw inspiration from its many positive aspects
Community-led strategies offer hope for east Himalayan biodiversity
Local farmers and communities are succeeding to conserve crops and wildlife where government has failed in one of the world’s biodiversity …
Yojna Banao Abhiyan - then a hit, now a miss
The local administration in Jharkhand is undermining the decentralised scheme, created to enhance livelihood, manage natural resources and …
Can permaculture make agriculture sustainable?
Is permaculture a real solution to agricultural distress?
Permaculture farming, which spread across the West as part of the hippie movement, is fast gaining ground in India among subsistence farmers and …
In caste-ridden India, genetic isolation may be harmful to health
Occurrence of genetic diseases could be due to genetic isolation caused by endogamous marriages over generations
Rules of engagement
Thirty years on, what does the Narmada Bachao Andolan teach us?
Last mile smile
Communities are coming together in Jharkhand to create vigilance mechanisms to enforce food entitlement programmes
Why the new UN resolution to fight illegal wildlife trade is historic
For the first time, every country has acknowledged the seriousness of wildlife crime
Of human bondage
The HRD minister wants to teach rainwater harvesting. But is he willing to learn it from communities?
Together we stand
However Long is Forever Michael Isaac and Viren Kanitkar 17 mins vhs pal Telugu with English subtitles Presented by the Dialogue Group
Out of the woods?
Some exciting recent developments indicate that India's forest people might soon have their home rights restored and be allowed to manage their …
South America unites
A new community of nations is to be formed