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  • Banu bai learns to sign.

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    • Published On: May 5, 2017
    • Banubai Khatal is a pastoralist, a shepherd from Maharashtra, India. Banubai has not been to school and consequently does not know how to read or write. Her family migrates with their sheep and it is not easy to get enrolled in school which mainly caters to people from sedentary communities . Banu bai has wanted … Continue reading “Banu bai learns to sign.”

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  • Chasing a Star

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    • Published On: April 25, 2017
    • Our school  for children of  mobile communities takes off with the Nomad edu kit designed by Rasi Surana, a Product Designer working on alternative education for nomadic communities. We are also extremely delighted, that the women of the community are slowly coming forward expressing a desire to learn how to read and write. Walk with  Rasi … Continue reading “Chasing a Star”

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  • International Women’s Day 2017, The Changing Face of Veterinary Science

  • Demonetising and Livestock Trade: Swiped Away

    • By: Nitya S. Ghotge
    • Published On: November 14, 2016
    • A sector that has probably been hit very badly  with the recent withdrawal  of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes is the livestock sector  and consequently livestock markets.

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  • Share Your Office Space With Us

    • By: Nitya S. Ghotge
    • Published On: August 14, 2016
    • As land prices in urban areas  surge it is  not impossible to think of new ways of sharing space. Today, several offices have pooled their resources together and are sharing office space and infrastructure

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  • Forgotten Livestock and Lost Livelihoods

    • By: Nitya S. Ghotge
    • Published On: June 14, 2016
    • Rapidly industrializing India seems to have forgotten it’s agrarian past  As new synthetic and  factory made products replace traditional products made from  natural sources the communities who were earlier responsible for making these products lose  their traditional livelihoods and occupations and start searching for new and alternate livelihoods

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News & Updates

    • February 6, 2017
    • Dr. Mamta Dhawan joins the Board of Anthra
    • Dr Mamta Dhawan has recently joined the Governing Board of Anthra Mamta is a veterinarian who additonally...
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    • December 1, 2016
    • 2nd International Seminar on Veterinary Ayurveda (Mrugayurveda)
    • The unrestricted use and misuse of chemicals in veterinary medicine is gradually being recognized as being...
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    • November 28, 2016
    • Pre conference on Livestock at the OWC 2017. First announcement.
    • The first announcement for the 3rd IFOAM Animal Husbandry Conference and pre conference on Livestock is...
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    • November 28, 2016
    • Good food from Ratnagiri
    • Farmers from Osmanabad and hawkers and vendors from Mumbai gathered in Ratnagiri district as part of the...
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    • July 31, 2015
    • Horses of the Deccan
    • While people talk about the Bhimtadi, the steed of the Maratha warriors which today is almost extinct, there...
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    • April 28, 2015
    • Book release: Valuing Variability
    • Valuing Variability: New perspectives on climate resilient drylands development A new book published by IIED...
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    • April 14, 2015
    • New publication
    • Towards resilience of the livestock...
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    • March 31, 2015
    • Important Update
    • The office of Anthra@Hyderabad will close with effect from April 2015 Publications in Telugu produced by...
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    • January 1, 2015
    • New Year Greetings
    • According to the Chinese calendar 2015 is the year of the Wood Goat and some sources even say it’s the year...
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    • December 24, 2014
    • Biodiversity on a train
    • As a part of our work on “education for children from mobile pastoral...
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