A women’s self-help group in India’s Chhattisgarh stop migration by making ready-to-eat meal powder.
On the eve of the World Migrants Day, this video highlights how development leads to migration.
Forest tribes of Chhattisgarh wait endlessly for the government to return their land that was once forcibly taken away.
The phenomenon of human trafficking for bonded labour rears its ugly head in many rural areas in Jharkhand.
A dedicated teacher prioritizes educating children in the hilly areas of Uttarakhand to his own personal comfort.
A railway development project in Bihar puts an entire village in danger of displacement without adequate rehabilitation plans.
40,000 tribal people face displacement, starvation as government builds mega dam in Manipur, north east India
Drought, lack of livelihood scopes force tribal youths in India’s Chattisgarh migrate en masse.