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Community Development- From Margin to Many

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Community Development- From Margin to Many Promoting Healthy Communities in Rural India Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not just the absence of disease or infirmity- (World Health Organisation WHO). A person is healthy if he does not suffer from any illness in body, mind and spirit. Health also […]

Being Relevant in Today’s Time

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CNI SBSS has focused on inputting communities on establishing a sustainable model for education delivery, creating efficient water systems and provided training and exposure to farmers on organic farming and kitchen gardening through multi-cropping. Our aim is to provide a better and healthy standard of living for dalits and tribal communities in our reference areas.

SHGs transforming the face of Rural Entrepreneurship in India’s Villages

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SHGs transforming the face of Rural Entrepreneurship in India’s Villages “When a destitute mother starts earning an income, her dreams of success invariably centre around her children. A woman’s second priority is the household. She wants to buy utensils, build a stronger roof, or find a bed for herself and her family. A man has […]

‘Fishing’ for Entrepreneurial Dreams

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‘Fishing’ for Entrepreneurial Dreams Tagori Mondol hails from a small village in Barrackpore, West Bengal and is a member of ‘Perona’ SHG.  She lives with her husband, Sumit Mondol and a 10 year old son. As a family, for a very long time, they were burdened with a prolonged financial crisis. Her husband is a […]

Awareness for Alertness

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Awareness for Alertness- Community Avidly Learns the Importance of ‘Speaking Out’ for a Collective Voice against Injustice Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) is one of those glorious schemes put forward by the Indian government in 2005, guaranteeing legal rights to the adult members of rural families who are willing to participate in unskilled […]

One Stitch at a Time

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They were primarily dependent upon meager income from seasonal agriculture until alternative livelihood opportunity was created for them.

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