People's Action for Development in the News
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Assam: Career counselling session held for school students in Lakhimpur
Guwahati: Social Serve Foundation (SSF) in collaboration with People’s Action for Development (PAD) and the Doolahat unit of All Adivasi Student Association of Assam, (AASAA) organized a career guidance programme for school students on Saturday in Lakhimpur.
Assam: NGO PAD conducts farmers’ exposure trip
People’s Action for Development (PAD), a renowned NGO in upper Assam, organized a 2-day farmers’ exposure trip.
41 Indian women recognised as ‘water champions’ by UN body
With help from People’s Action for Development, an NGO and a partner of Oxfam India, Aruna Das learnt about water conservation and management. She brought women in her village together and raised her voice on the issue and ensured the successful completion of the construction of the river embankment.
Assam: NGO PAD distributes search & rescue materials, first aid kits to 10 flood-prone villages in Lakhimpur
People’s Action for Development (PAD), a premier NGO of Assam, distributed search & rescue materials and first aid kits to 10 flood-prone villages in Lakhimpur district.
Assam: NGO provides 27 oxygen concentrators to Lakhimpur
People’s Action for Development (PAD) in collaboration with Action Aid India and support from Give India on Tuesday provided 27 oxygen concentrators to Lakhimpur districts administration.
Assam: NGOs distribute country boats to flood-affected villages in Lakhimpur, Majuli
In order to give respite to the people of the worst flood-affected villages in Assam’s Lakhimpur and Majuli districts, several NGOs have distributed boats to a number of villages in the two districts.
Indian workers dying on World Bank-backed tea plantations, say campaigners
At least six workers have died in the last two years on Indian tea plantations that are partly financed by the World Bank, charities said on Friday in an official complaint.
Indian tea workers' conditions remain very poor
Low wages and poor living and working conditions for the 155,000 people who live on the vast estates owned by Amalgamated Plantations Private Limited (APPL) are leading to high levels of malnutrition and ill health.
'Assam tea company denying benefits to workers'
A tea plantation company has been found to be reneging on its commitment to provide housing and other services to workers on its tea estates, according to a report by the compliance advisor ombudsman (CAO) for the International Finance Corporation (IFC).
Adivasi children start crusade against illiteracy
Children's groups formed by People's Action for Development combat illiteracy among tea garden labourers.
Inquiry into Tata Tea Over Labor Issues
Nearly a year after human-rights groups complained about working and living conditions on tea plantations run by Amalgamated Plantations Private Ltd., the World Bank has ordered an inquiry.