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Vegetable paradise in Ven village

The project titled “Improving Food Security through Sustainable Agricultural Practices and Strengthening Local Biodiversity Management”, being implemented by Prayatna Samiti with the support of Kehitysmaayhdistys Pääskyt and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Finland, addresses vulnerable ecosystem by fostering minor millets and vegetable cultivation with the set of Good
agricultural Practices (GAP) and good governance for better management of natural resources in 10 villages.

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Foxtail wagged after a long span

The project titled “Improving Food Security through Sustainable Agricultural Practices and Strengthening Local Biodiversity Management”, being implemented by Prayatna Samiti with the support of Kehitysmaayhdistys Pääskyt and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Finland, addresses vulnerable ecosystem by fostering minor millets and vegetable cultivation with the set of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and good governance for better management of natural resources in 10 villages.

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27 Jan
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Self Help Groups Ascertain Women Role In The Society

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27 Jan
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A Sheer Murder of the River

The case study “A Sheer Murder of the River” deals with the affect of rapid sand mining on the livelihood of
villagers. The study emphasizes on the loss of common land which is of utmost importance. The study states
the loss of agriculture tending the people to migrate as labours. Wells’ water levels are going down at speedy
rates with its implications on agriculture, livestock and dwellers’ live. Since last 30 years intensive mining has
completely washed the sand contents causing the loss in water, flora and fauna.
Involvement of villagers in the activity is another aspect studied. Most of people living along the river banks
lease their land to the miners and others are involved as labours. In sake of earning fast money common lands
at this stage are leased to miners. Appeals under FRA and PESA filed by the villagers have remained unheard.
Local efforts for water conservation are under process. Projections state that loss in agriculture will increase but
the new technologies will try to sustain the livelihoods in the water deficit areas.

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