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India's rural work scheme plots green jobs to fight climate change
by Anuradha Nagaraj
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
22 September 2021
On 22 September 2021 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
On the outskirts of Amaravalli village on India's east coast, Marada Suguna has been hard at work planting mangroves. ... Suguna is among millions of Indians who find jobs under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS), the world's largest such programme that provides at least 100 days of work annually to every rural household. Credited with alleviating poverty, empowering women, and giving work to people who lost jobs to the COVID-19 pandemic, the scheme is now also helping to create climate resilience in communities affected by frequent floods, droughts, and erosion.
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