Eco-Village

RIGHT TO LAND

The Districts of undivided Koraput have seen several hydel power projects, industries, and mining projects over the last five decades of independence. While all this might have contributed to the econ

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FOREST RIGHT ACT

The forest lands of India cover nearly 23% of the total land area of the country. It is also the source of livelihood for more than 200 million people, that is nearly 20% of the country’s population

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RIGHT TO EDUCATION

The Government made education for children between 6-14yrs compulsory and also a justiciable right in 2010. Three years later, report after report from all places across India, rural and urban centres

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RIGHT TO WATER

India as a country, diverse in its landscape and topography, also stands differentiated by the amount of rainfall received and the presence of water bodies in an area. Precipitation annually varies fr

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RIGHT TO FOOD

To increse nutrition standards of the vulnerable sections of the society by distributing foodgrains at low prices through the PSD and wage employment. Historically, famine relief has been considered

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MGNREGA

An Employment Guarantee Act is really a powerful tool for the economic, food and social security of the poor. An Employment Guarantee Act is really a powerful tool for the economic, food and soci

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PESA AND GOVERNANCE

The Provision of the Panchayats extention to Scheduled Areas The tribal peoples of our country had always been the victims of plunder and violence. The history of struggle with the ruling landlords a

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