3 October 2016 Sustainable Livelihood
22 July 2016 Sustainable Livelihood
The tea garden workers living face tremendous hardships
15 July 2016 Sustainable Livelihood
Semardih,a village in Surguja district of Chhattisgarh, is inhabited by 329 Gond and Kanwar families
8 July 2016 Disaster Risk Reduction
The four year ‘Creating Livelihood Adaptations Under Drought(CLAD)' Programme was launched in Ranchi. Supported by MISEREOR, this programme will be implemented by combined efforts of 20 NGOs in the three states of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand to reach out to 15,000 small and marginal farmers.
8 July 2016 Sustainable Livelihood
Duars Alternative Medical Research Institute (DAMRI), our partner organization based in Alipurduar, West Bengal began working in Shalboni & Surendranagar area of the Red Bank Closed Tea Garden in April 2015. The purpose was to help the unorganized sector workers of closed tea gardens to access their entitlements and help them in increasing their income. Community based organizations were formed to support the tea garden workers to participate in local governance, to raise, represent and redress critical issues from the ground through joint action.