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Empowering Tribal Community Through Village Coordination Groups
A Step towards forstering Good Health and Self Reliance
Access & entitlements of safe Drinking water
Agro eco farming- using Bio-pesticides
Bringing back smiles to lives
Case study on PSI intervention
Drinking water issue solved by VCG
Entitlements & accessibilities of Chitaguda Village
Pave way for village development through strengthened local self governance
Promotion& Conservation of traditional seed
Solar Street Lamps
Water for Everyone
CPF-TDF project - Success stories Utnoor Maa Wadi
Livelihood Enhancement through Vegetable Cultivation
Transforming individual lives and building community self esteem_1
Transforming individual lives and building community self esteem_2

Case Study2015
VSS Members Welfare and development fund (VMWDF)
In Andhra Pradesh, the first Government Order (GO) on Joint Forest Management was issued in 1992, which subsequently was revised several times. The GO 176 issued in 1996 formed the basis for the formation and functioning of VSSs in the state for quite some time.


Case Study (May 2014):
Traditional agriculture practices of indigenous people in Paderu Mandal.
Paderu mandal in Visakhapatnam district is a hilly landscape engulfing 26 villages in its ambit, completely inhabited by tribal community. Farmers in Paderu have sought their own way of maintaining biodiversity in the rain dependent hinterland of coastal Andhra Pradesh.


Case Study Series - 2 (2003)

Case Study Series (June 2002):
This Case Study Series is intended to recount the unique experiences in the process of implementation of CFM that could be helpful for the other VSSs in the effective management of their local forests.

Livelihoods of Dalits in VSSs