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A Backyard Story – Impact of Mixed Cropping

A Backyard Story – Impact of Mixed Cropping

Story by: K. C. Sahu, Head – Livelihood Programme                             Tukeswari Tiga, from Pundri village of Hazaribagh district spends long hours in the day cultivating her field. Age could barely diminish her fervor for learning new agricultural techniques....
Mixed Cropping for better produce

Mixed Cropping for better produce

Story by: K. C. Sahu, Head – Livelihood Programme   With the help of IGSSS efforts, Juliani Nag, a 40 years old tribal woman from Hazaribagh started reaping benefits by using MIXED CROPPING .   Hazaribagh: The intervention area of ORACLE and CAF supported...
Low Land Well in Kowabari

Low Land Well in Kowabari

Reported by: Basil Xess, Assistant Manager, Hazaribagh   Hazaribagh: IGSSS has been implementing ‘Provision of Livelihood and Nutrition security for 1000 Tribal households’ (PLANT) in 20 villages of Churchu Block, Hazaribagh since December 2014. The project’s...
IGSSS Partnership Awards

IGSSS Partnership Awards

Guwahati: On the last day of Annual Partner’s Meet in Guwahati, Partner Organizations were felicitated for innovative and sustainable programmes that helped bring about a change within their target community.   The final selection of the awardees was made by Dr....
Hariyali Group: Putting knowledge into Practice

Hariyali Group: Putting knowledge into Practice

Story by: Basil Xess, Assistant Manager, Hazaribagh   Hazaribagh: IGSSS has been implementing ‘Provision of Livelihood and Nutrition security for 1000 Tribal households’ (PLANT) in 20 villages of Churchu Block, Hazaribagh since December 2014. One of the key components...
Republic Day Celebration with rag pickers community

Republic Day Celebration with rag pickers community

Reported by: Arpita Macwan, Officer – Programmes, West Zone   Massive solid waste accumulation has become an environmental, health and aesthetic hazard for India’s cities. Indore is estimated to produce solid waste of about 800‐1000 metric tons per day....
Electricity Conservation in Combating Climate Change

Electricity Conservation in Combating Climate Change

By: Sukanya Chatterjee, Manager East, Kolkata   Kendrapara, Odisha: Rakesh always comes first in his class. He is in ninth standard now and wants to be a farmer like his father when he grows up. His ever inquisitive mind and enthusiasm to learn new things motivated...
Farmer’s Suicide in Odisha – Way Forward

Farmer’s Suicide in Odisha – Way Forward

    Reported By : Dr.Sadanand Bag, Manager-Advocacy and Networking, IGSSS   Bhubaneswar,Odisha: According to the National Crime Records Bureau, Odisha has witnessed over 3,600 farmer suicides between 1999 and 2013. During the same period, 296,438 farmers reportedly...
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