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Breaking their shells

Water | Mar 8, 2007

IN THE northern plains of Bihar, which are so used to being part of a flood economy that the railway stations have permanent stalls for flood relief personnel, we at Arghyam are supporting a small, yet bold, initiative in the districts of Madhubani, Sahara, Supaul and Khagaria.
A small, but committed group of five NGOs have come under the banner Maegh Pyne Abhiyan to work with the leftover
people live on the embankments of canals during the flood season.

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