SEDAB - Sustainable Development
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by Kristen   
Tuesday, 27 August 2013
View from the top of the watershed (Photographer: SEDAB team)The SEDAB project (Sustainable Enterprise Development in the Auroville Bioregion) is a collaborative initiative of several units in Auroville to work with villages toward sustainable livelihoods. The enterprises set up under SEDAB are diverse, from herbal medicine production to natural building, snake venom extraction, tailoring, and more - but what they have in common is care for the environment and the people living there. A {presentation} at Unity Pavilion led by Alain and Joss described the history, vision, and impact of the project.

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The presentation included short films about three of the SEDAB projects: Wellpaper, snake venom extraction, and natural beauty care. We are encouraged to contact the SEDAB team with any ideas for further enterprises, especially for village women. Joss speaking at Unity Pavilion (Photographer: Andrea) Map of the Kaluveli bioregion of which Auroville is a part (Photographer: SEDAB team) Herbal production group at Nadukuppam (Photographer: SEDAB team) Women recycling paper into crafts at Wellpaper (Photographer: SEDAB team) Spirulina production at Nadukuppam (Photographer: SEDAB team) Local venomous snake (Photographer: SEDAB team)