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Dry land farmers live dangerously. Their entire income is often dependent on a single season – the unpredictable Indian monsoon. A failed crop affects not just these farmers but also has dire implications for the landless poor. Being dependent on … Continue reading

14. October 2012 by admin
Categories: Climate Change Adaptation, Education, Sustainable Agriculture, Trainings | Tags: , | Leave a comment

In Darewadi, planting seeds for a better future

I’m apprehensive to ask Lata whether her husband used to beat her. When I finally pose the question, she flashes a smile and cheerfully nods yes. “How are you able to laugh about that?” I ask her, beginning to smile … Continue reading

30. April 2011 by admin
Categories: Education, Gender | Leave a comment