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 holds a Bachelors in Education . She has considerable experience in  the field of animal health, policy and advocacy and livelihoods based on Livestock . A very warm welcome to Mamta.

Other News & Updates

    • 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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    • September 17, 2014
    • Nature without Borders
    • Black Sheep and Grey Wolves a chapter on Pastoralism in the Deccan features in the newly released book...
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    • April 14, 2014
    • Milk free of chemicals
    • On April 14 and 15 an international meeting will be held at I-AIM in Bangalore, as a joint initiative between...
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    • March 18, 2014
    • A visitor from Uganda
    • We were very happy to have Elizabeth Katushabe Project Coordinator PENHA Uganda visit us in March Elizabeth...
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    • December 28, 2013
    • 4th Food Sovereignty Summit 2013
    • The Annual Food Sovereignty Summit 2013 brings together over 300 adivasi, dalit, pastoralist and small...
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