RURAL LIVELIHOODS INITIATIVE

driving sectoral change through collective action

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We believe that this needs a field building approach.

For the poorest in India, a secure right to land and housing has the potential to unlock massive economic and societal value. It can protect them against wrongful eviction and displacement, give them security, quality of life and economic leverage, and it can be the means to escape poverty.

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Supporting high-quality research to build evidence for policy and highlighting opportunities

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Sparking innovation & inspiring new, audacious problem solvers to jump in

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Discovering & supporting the most promising early stage social entrepreneurs to grow & scale

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Asha Didi Jharkhand Ultra Poor Program

“We survived on INR 300 a week by selling wood from the forest. My kids were hungry everyday. Now I run my own shop and have started rearing goats. There is hope now.”

- Asha Didi, Simardih, Jharkhand
Jagpati Didi - ultra poor program

“We used to take loans and migrate every year to brick kilns to repay it. We never had stable income and our land was unused. Now I have grown beans in my own farm and I can earn on my own. I don't want to migrate anymore”

- Jagpati Didi, Niche Kocha, Jharkhand
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