This study explores adolescent migration in Udaipur District by focusing on nine study villages in three blocks in Seva Mandir’s working area. Nearly a third of all adolescents from these villages migrate for work for some part of the year. The study focuses on the determinants of migration, the experiences of the adolescent migrants and the implications of their migrations for themselves and their families. The study then proposes interventions to mitigate these problems.
This is a compilation of newsletter articles from 2005-2007 on natural resource management. These articles mostly focus on common lands and issues before and after the 2006 Forest Rights Act.
Finding Your Own Voice – by Ann Creed
This article written by Ann Creed, a former volunteer and lifelong learning consultant, explores how Seva Mandir continues to contribute to the education and development of adults, and how its approach and theory might be adaptable to adult education programs in rural England.