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Questioning Women Empowerment  - Lessons from Jalswarajya Project

This paper is an outcome of the documentation process to support my scholarly study titled ‘Review of Jalswarajya Project through gender and development perspective”. A field visit was carried out at Jaulke (D) village located at Dindori Taluka of Nashik District in the month of March 2007. The village is said to have implemented Jalswarajya Project in the year 2002. Technically Jaulke is a Batch I Phase I village of the project. The project was implemented for a period of 18 months and now in principle said to be in operational and maintenance phase.
The water supply scheme build at the village was outsourced to the local contractor. Villagers were to contribute 10 per cent of the capital cost for the infrastructure. The poor and the marginalised were said to contribute in kind (five per cent), in the form of labour and the elites contributed cash (five per cent). During the investigation process, at the Gram Panchayat…

The right women | Oped | :: The Kathmandu Post ::

Women and Quota System in Political Participation
The right women | Oped | :: The Kathmandu Post ::

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Letter to think....from Gail Omvedt to Arundhati Roy

How inclusive are we? Are we pro-development? Are we futuristic?
The letter from Gail Omvedt to Arundhati Roy, questioning issues of identity, gender, inclusion, development, governance, environment, change, perspectives and many more still reverberate.

http://www.narmada.org/debates/gail/gail.open.letter.html

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Climate Change and Its Impacts

Climate Change and Its Impacts: Observations by the Villagers in Mewat  by Satoko Okamoto & Aditya BastolaPosted on IRRAD's blog

The “Doha Climate Gateway": will the camel go through the eye of the needle? — OneWorld South Asia

The “Doha Climate Gateway": will the camel go through the eye of the needle? — OneWorld South Asia

The questions raised by Fuhr and Schaletek are certainly worth a thought.