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31 July 2013 Sustainable Livelihood
A one day training programme was organized for the Farmers Representative Committee (FRC) members on 27th July, at Dolapura village of Waghodiya Block, Vadodara, Gujarat...
22 July 2013 Gender Programmes
A two day training programme was organised on 10th – 11th, July, 2013, at Wagodiya block, Gujarat for the Women’s Cooperative....
22 July 2013 Youth Development
A workshop titled “One Day Youth in Action” was organised on 28th June, 2013, at Senapati, Manipur, under the Youth Development Program (SMILE)...
19 July 2013 Disaster Risk Reduction
The seasonal rainfall since July 16, 2013, in Assam left Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Jorhat and Nagaon districts completely submerged in water. In Dhemaji, the water level of rivers like Jiadhol, Gainadi and Kumotia are flowing over danger mark. So far, Jiadhol and Na Nadi rivers have left 25 villages in state of inundation.
16 July 2013 Youth Development
A 10 day Art and Craft training from 19th - 29th June, 2013 was organised under the Youth...
16 July 2013 Disaster Risk Reduction
Twenty year old Love Kumar of Semtra village, Ukhimath Tehsil, Rudraprayag Block, Uttarakhand is one of the survivors of the flash flood that swept the state a month ago. Palanquin bearing in Kedarnath has been his source of livelihood since last 10 years. During his interac
8 July 2013 Sustainable Livelihood
IGSSS launched its flagship livelihood programme SOUL in Kolkata. SOUL Programme focuses on building and strengthening Village Development Associations and their systematised processes
6 July 2013 Disaster Risk Reduction
IGSSS appeals for voluntary support in the form of material or monetary donations.
6 July 2013 Disaster Risk Reduction
Rudraprayag: Christian Aid and MISEREOR committed their support towards providing immediate relief to the Uttarakhand Flash Flood victims.
4 July 2013 Sustainable Livelihood
IGSSS and NGO Shanti Mandal organized a relief initiative in Purna Block, Maharashtra for the most affected families in the recent severe drought situation in Marthawada region. The initiative was planned in response to the drought assessment conducted by the coalition of NGOs and Civil Society organizations led by Sphere India.