Our community health workers and village co-ordinators have been leading from the front in responding to the needs of all the tribals across 320 hamlets, putting their lives at-risk while ensuring the safety of others. […] And to engage children during the lockdown, we at the Vidyodaya Maths and Science Resource Centre have created a playlist of simple Science and Maths activities that children can do at home. | Learn more and benefit from this team’s efforts wherever you are >>
- Bamboo Rakhis That Are Not Only Eco-Friendly but Also Feed Tribals in Maharashtra
An indigenous innovation that challenges the cheap rakhis being dumped in the Indian market by the Chinese, these green bamboo rakhis fund a day’s meal for the tribals of Melghat.
- A Maternity Home Set up in an Odisha Village Delivers Safety and Good Health
The tribal community has become more conscious of women’s health issues and is open to the idea of institutional delivery now.
- Lessons on Survival from a Tribe that is Not Only Surviving but also Thriving
From fighting for their basic rights to getting their own state, here is how a once fading tribe survived. The Khasi-Jaintia-Garo have not only secured land rights but are also covered in the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution.
- In Udaipur, This Ingenious Tribal Community Beats The Odds To Send Its Kids To School
Crippling rains, lack of transport facilities and poverty are just a few issues that stop children from attending school regularly. This innovative tribal community is coming up with unique and interesting ways to make their kids reach school on time in spite of all the difficulties.
- For more success stories and recent updates, visitwww.thebetterindia.com/topics/tribal/
Source: Tribal Community In India, Tribal News, Stories & Much More
Date Visited: 2 March 2021
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Date Visited: Fri Sep 16 2016 18:58:27 GMT+0200 (CEST)
“Tribal communities are a standing example of how women play a major role in preservation of eco historic cultural heritage in India.” – Mari Marcel Thekaekara (writer and Co-Founder of ACCORD-Nilgiris) | Learn more >>
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- Accord | Articles by Mari Marcel Thekaekara (writer and Co-Founder of ACCORD-Nilgiris)
- Ashwini community health programme
- Childhood and children | Childrens rights: UNICEF India
- Community facilities
- eJournals, eBooks & reports | eLearning
- Education and literacy
- Forest Rights Act (FRA) | Legal rights over forest land
- Gudalur | Communities: Paniya | Kattunayaka | Mullukurumba | Bettakurumba
- Health and nutrition | Recommendations by the Expert Committee
- Shola Trust | Nilgiri biosphere
- Success stories
- Tribal elders
- Viswa Bharati Vidyodaya Trust
- Western Ghats – tribal heritage & ecology
- What is the Forest Rights Act about?
Who is a forest dweller under this law, and who gets rights?
- “Who are Scheduled Tribes?”: Clarifications by the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes – Government of India
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