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Search select websites: Govt. of India, NGOs, Indian universities and international organisations – Custom search engine

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List of websites covered by the present Custom search engine

  1. Action for Community Organisation, Rehabilitation and Development (ACCORD) –
  2. Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE) –
  3. Freedom United –
  4. Government of India (all websites ending on “”)
  5. Shodhganga (a reservoir of Indian theses) –
  6. Survival International –
  7. Unesco –
  8. Unicef –
  9. United Nations –
  10. Video Volunteers –

Use the above search field to learn more about this topic in relation to the needs of India’s tribal communities. | Custom search engines created for this educational website >>

Suggestions for search words: “tribal wildlife”,”biodiversity forest dwellers”, “Adivasi forest rights”, “nature conservation tribe”; “Hyderabad biodiversity pledge western ghats”

For better search results, combine these words with a particular state or region of special interest: e.g. Madhya Pradesh, Bastar, Tamil Nadu, Meghalaya

Gandhi believed that giving more importance, value and relevance to practical skills, and applying traditional knowledge to solving day-to-day problems were essential for the development of rural India. – Bunker Roy, the founder of Barefoot College, which helps rural communities becomes self-sufficient

Research the above issues with the help of Shodhganga: A reservoir of theses from universities all over India, made available under Open Access >>

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