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Association for India's Development is a volunteer movement promoting sustainable, equitable and just development. AID supports grassroots organizations in India and initiates efforts in various interconnected spheres such as agriculture, energy,  education, health , livelihoods, natural resources including land and water, women's empowerment and social justice.

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Jiten Yumnam to Keynote AID 2014 Conference
Jiten Yumnam

Jiten Yumnam is one of the keynote speakers at the 2014 AID conference to be held at the University of Colorado, Boulder during Memorial Day Weekend (May 24th - 26th).

It is a great opportunity for volunteers and supporters to hear first-hand about the ground reality of North East India and Manipur in particular and also about the  issues around the context of development challenges, impacts of extractive industries, large dams, indigenous peoples human rights etc  and some of  his groups specific responses and areas requiring intervention and support and solidarity.

Sustainable Circles in Sunderbans

 Street Play as part of Sustainable Circles

The farmers of Sunderbans and AID volunteers of Kolkata joined hands to start sustainable circles where farmers share their experiences and methods of sustainable farming. Following is a brief account of the first sustainable circle held in the remote island of K-Plot.

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Telugu folk song 

Black, black, people ridicule black 
But isn't it a honour to be black?  
Isn't black the attribute of Siva, the title of honour for Narayana?  
Though the sun is red and the stars are white, aren't the eyes that see them black?
Though the waves are yellow, and the nectar white, isn't the churning rod black? 
Though the cows are white and the sunset red, isn't the cowherd black? 
Though the grains are golden and the flowers white, isn't the sickle that harvests black?

Listen to Samyuktha Gorrepati sing "Nalupu"   | More songs

What Changes Would You Like to See This Republic Day?
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What Would You Change This Republic Day

65 years since India's constitution was adopted. A lot has changed since 1950. A lot more needs to change. We asked a number of AID volunteers & supporters about the changes they wanted to see this Republic Day. #AID4Change

This is what they had to say


2014 Calendar

2014 AID Calendar 







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