Rural Development Association (RDA) is working with the most vulnerable tribal children, young people and adult in East Singhbhum district of Jharkhand for quality education, of children and better life and livelihood for their family. RDA is supporting around 600 tribal children and 200 young people of remote villages through 4 supportive education centre, 8
Collectives for Integrated Livelihood Initiatives (CInI) and Tata Trusts took an initiative for addressing the issue of poor tribal community in Central India Region and bring about changes in their life. In spite of the rich natural resources and good rainfall received in this region the communities live in poverty and often faced food insecurity.
Usharmukti project was launched by BRLF ( BHARAT RURAL LIVELIHOO FOUNDATION) and PNRD( PANCHAYAT & RURAL DEVELOPMENT Department, West Bengal) for initiating a collaborative project with different CSOs working in drought prone districts in West Bengal. The main objective of the project is river rejuvenation through watershed development by adopting ridge to valley approach so
Two new projects have been sanctioned very recently. One is Seed Production Program supported by NABARD and other is Mahila Kisan Sasaktikaran Pariyojana (MKSP) by Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India. Both are livelihood enhancement program.
RDA has been running this project since 1987 with support from Ministry of Women & Child Development through CSWB. Main objectives are amicable settlement of family disputes, taking steps in domestic violence with the help of Police and make the women aware about their rights and how to access those.It is very difficult for women
his has been a major focused activity of RDA for food and income security of the communities in target. In the rural areas land based activities are the primary source of income. If the land and water could be optimally utilized there is enough scope for enhancement of income and ensure food security. Improvement in