IndiJournal – Green Papers

Green Papers

Deepa Ganachari Indicorps Aug’07 
Hunger Makes a Thief of Any Man:  A study of factors affecting malnutrition in tribal villages of Ambegaon Taluka, Maharashtra
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Gagan Rana  Indicorps Jan’07
alue Addition via Lime Pickle Semi-Processing
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Kabir Kumar  Indicorps Aug’02
Developing a Qualitative Evaluation Survey of Community Based NGOs in India
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Karthik Raman Indicorps Jan’07
Food Preservation in Rural India
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Parth Thaker  Indicorps Aug’07
An Innovation in Sanitation and Health Education

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Prerna Srivastava  Indicorps Aug’06
FROM “WE CAN’T” to “WE CAN”: Building Self Efficacy and Voice through the Collective

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Priya Jindal  Indicorps Jan’06
Improving Bus Service in Hyderabad, India

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Radhika Batra  Indicorps Jan’06
The Ashok Nagar Mahila Mandal SHG: Lessons Learned
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Sandhya Gupta  Indicorps Jan’03
Seva for the International Voleunteer’s Soul:  A Guide to Serving in India
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Shaila Parikh  Indicorps Jan’06
Development Through Demand: Introducing Smokeless Chulahs to the Urban Poor: A Case Study in Ahmedabad, Gujarat
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Sheela Vishwanath  Indicorps Aug’06
A Case Study of Implementing a Mentor Program for Disadvantaged Indian College Students
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Shezeen Suleman  Indicorps Aug’02
The Thirst is Real: An Analysis of the Water Scarcity Problem in Kachchh, Gujarat
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Shital Shah  Indicorps Aug’05
Looking for Alternatives: Vocational Guidance and Life Skills Training for Adolescent Girls in Bhavnagar, Gujarat
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Shivana Naidoo  Indicorps Aug’04
Collaborative Creativity: Using Music and Drama to Encourage Creativity and Unity
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Shreena Patel  Indicorps Aug’05
Skills for Life: Developing a Sustainable Life Skills Education Program in Bhavnagar, Gujarat
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Soumya Somnath  Indicorps Jan’08
The lonely bewilderment of bodily functions: Lessons Learned from the Construction of Individual Household Latrines in Rehabilitation Colony
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1 Response to IndiJournal – Green Papers

Paul Ponniah

January 18th, 2010 at 9:37 pm


There are many easy and profitable ways to drive poverty is to provide employment in employable skills by curbing the political barriers and providing the needed infrastructure and market as is done in China. Please not the Chinese are are a people who work more and yearn more because the govt. encourages the peoples plans to a better work plan. The required training is given, certificated, instructure is availed, raw material is availed and the marketing of the finished product is guided by the Chinese Govt. If we follow the same proverty will go, and the true democracy will prevail. Food for all at the accessable cost.
Paul Ponniah.

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