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close this bookCase Studies of People's Participation in Watershed Management in Asia (PWMTA, 1996)
close this folderA successful case of participatory watershed management at Ralegan Siddhi Village in district Ahmadnagar, Maharastra, India*
close this folderRecent prominent initiatives of people's participation in resource management
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View the documentNaxalite movement
View the documentChipko movement
View the documentSave Narmada movement (Andolan)
View the documentBodh Gaya Andolan
View the documentGanga liberation (Mukti) Andolan
View the documentAVARD'S irrigation schemes
View the documentWater council (Pani Panchayat)
View the documentSukhomajri
View the documentRope makers of saharanpur
View the documentChakriya Vikas pranali (the cyclic system of development)
View the documentMYRADA's self-help groups
View the documentRural labor association of Halpati Sava Sangh
View the documentRalegan Siddhi
View the documentSelf-Help groups by Taj Mahal gram Bikas Kendra
View the documentMahila Vikas Sangh (women development federation)
View the documentSelf employed women's association

Bodh Gaya Andolan

It started in 1970s to address the issue of redistribution of some 3,600 ha of ceiling surplus land held by Bodh Gaya Matt. It generated tremendous popular participation and peaceful action.