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pankaj

Indiamadhupur, India

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July 8, 2010

pankaj kumar

About Me: 

Mazdoor Kisan Samiti (MKS)(Labourers farmers association) is a thirty four year old people’s organization struggling for the basic entitlements of the deprived and marginalized people. The central objective of their functioning is peoples control over water, forest and land. It spreads over four district of Jharkhand with around four thousand and more members. Their strong presence has led to many significant policy level changes. For instance after the struggle to save the forest in 1981-82, the sale of forest (auction of forest) was stopped in the entire Bihar. There are many other examples of their assertion.
MAZDOOR KISAN SAMITI(LOBOURERS FARMERS ASSOCIATION) envisions building up a society without the presence of marginalization, deprivation by securing human rights and preservation of natural resources.

Eco-friendly people centered development of the marginalized through the formation of people’s organisations, promoting and strengthening peoples initiatives in shaping their lives; build collaboration among the small initiatives (CBO, CSO initiatives) in the region.

My Passions: 
poetry
My Challenges: 
change
My Areas of Expertise: 
people centered development of the marginalized through the formation of people’s organisations, promoting and strengthening peoples initiatives in shaping their lives
My Languages: 
Hindi, english

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