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Group photo of Regional Conference of Asia Pacific Right Livelihood Laureates 3rd to 6th March, 2015
Developing Women Entrepreneurship IRHDP Aghai
Tribal Women Making Pappads, Aghai
The Centre for Livelihoods and Social Innovation (CLSI) was established with the purpose of strengthening theoretical understanding and innovate methods, skills and practices in enabling the poor and vulnerable sections of the population to access improved livelihood opportunities and resources. The CLSI strives towards exploring alternative models and frameworks in enhancing the livelihood opportunities and resource access for the poor. It has a mandate to develop talented professionals who are capable of co-designing livelihood strategies and approaches that is grounded on empowerment, security and opportunity of the poor and marginalised sections of the population. It anchors the M.A. Social Work programme in Livelihoods and Social Entrepreneurship.
The CLSI envisions to evolve as:
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