Built on the foundations of saving girl child and environment, this eco-feminism model serves as an inspiration to many.
The story of its transformation began in 2005, with Shri.Shyam Sunder Paliwal, the former Sarpanch (head of the Panchayat) of Rajasthan’s Piplantri village.
This 58-year-old man once started his journey as a Sarpanch of Piplantri. His initial projects included upgrading the school building and making education more feasible.
With his increased involvement and humanitarian approach, he tackled four of the most prevalent problems in the most efficient way. Saving the girl child, growing more trees, reviving ground water levels and providing employment to the villagers in the village itself.
Let’s look at how it all began and what Piplantri is now through this video.
After watching the video, you can read The Piplantri Model.
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Video Credit: Shyam Sunder Paliwal
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