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Advancing towards achievement of Millennium Development Goals by training Rural and Tribal women in Solar Food Processing- A Hands-on Experience at Barli Development Institute for Rural Women in Central India - Dr. Janak Palta McGilligan (Jan. 2009).pdf

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Advancing towards achievement of Millennium Development Goals by training Rural and Tribal women in Solar Food Processing- A Hands-on Experience at Barli Development Institute for Rural Women in Central India - Dr. Janak Palta McGilligan (Jan. 2009)

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Barli Development Institute for Rural Women has been working for sustainable community development through training of rural and tribal young women as human resources since 1985. In doing this it attempts to stay aligned with the Millennium Development Goals. Following an initiative by the Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources, New Delhi University of Indore, Solare Brucke, Gadhia Solar, and PLAGE; one of its priorities has been the promotion of solar food processing technologies in villages by training grassroots women in central India. During the past decade, the Institute has successfully trained these women in using devices like SK14 and various types of Scheffler cookers, 10 & 2.7-meter storage cookers, and tunnel dryers; both for income-generating and domestic use. The training empowers the women with knowledge, experience, and skills to build their capacity in the areas of socio-economic development. It is integrated in nature and covers human rights; healthy families and communities, successful management of self help groups; producing and marketing solar processed indigenous food and beverages, identification of locally available nutrients, and inexpensive supplements for food. - Text taken from the paper.

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