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In arid Kutch, an NGO uses the most abundant renewable resource, Dr Nita Mukherjee describes how
Sahjeevan, literally sah, which means together, and jeevan meaning living, was founded as a response to the needs articulated by Kutch Mahila Vikas Sangathan in the early 1990s. These rural women wanted to address the issues of drought, water and fodder shortage, declining productivity of...
Dr Nita Mukherjee describes the efforts of a Gujarat-based NGO in conserving natural resources
Of the many activities that concerned civil society activists take up as a challenge is the conservation of natural resources. They believe that people’s participation is crucial for this effort; no amount of government intervention in this field is effective or efficient. Gujarat, which faces many...
Moneylife profiles Rajendra Singh’s war for water conservation and community water rights
It is his relentless pursuit of water conservation techniques that has earned Magsaysay award winner Rajendra Singh, the title of Waterman of India. His mission, however, is a little wider. It encompasses water security and conservation of forests and wildlife which, he says, are interlinked.