Within the orientation to Auroville and Sustainable Livelihood Institute two day program we managed to talk with one of the participants Sreelekha from Tamindrenvan. With Sustainable Livelihood Institute Sreelekha feels that rural areas of Tamil Nadu are supported by government but her biggest inspiration in past two days came through the message of Auroville to go back, and respect local tradition in many ways, and organic farming with healthy food, which is widely served around here. She is looking forward to share with people her insights and continue with livelihood programs and consultations.
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26 Jun / 2015
BiodiversityBioregionCulturedevelopmentEconomyEducationEnvironmentFoodgovernmenthygieneIndian CulturelivelihoodOrganicorganic farmingorganic foodrespecting traditionrural areasSreelekhasupportSustainable Livelihood InstitueTamil Nadu