All posts by Thinlay

VIKALP SANGAM

UPCOMING EVENT: 20th to 23rd July 2015: LEDeG will co host an event Vikalp Sangam (An alternatives confluences) with other organization viz: SLC IT , SECMOL, LAMO, and Kalpavriksh. The venue  will be LEDeG’s Shanti Campus, below shanti stupa.

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Empowering communities for food sovereignty and stable ecosystem.

Past Events: District level and village level workshop in Leh/ Kargil on Empowering communities for food sovereignty and stable ecosystem , creation of awareness on nutritional values of barley – Future earth south Asia network. In Collaboration with Future Earth (South Asia network). Awareness workshop cum training on Agriculture improvement, empowering countries towards food security […]

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Installation of Improved Water Mills in Kargil

Funding Agency: Integrated Rural Energy Project, Jammu Year of installation: 2009 The improvement of traditional water mill (locally known as Rantak) is done by improving various components of the traditional mill. But, most significant is the replacement of the traditional wooden runner with a hydraulically better-shaped metallic runner that has cup shaped blades. This increases […]

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Fruit processing in collaboration with Sir Dorabji TATA trust Mumbai

Duration: 2013 – 2015 Project goal: Sustainable Utilisation of Natural Resources for improved earnings through Value Addition & Increased Agricultural Productivity. Project Funder: The project is supported by R D Tata Trust, India Aims and Objectives: Augmentation of Income sources through Sustainable & Efficient utilisation of Indigenous Resources. Like any other mountain community, agriculture in Ladakh […]

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Urban Water Health Leh research (URWAHL)

Project period:  08/2012 – 04/2015 Project area: Leh Funding agencies: European Commission German Research Foundation Project partners: Ladakh Ecological Development Group, India (LEDeG), Bonn Asia Center (BAZ) at University of Bonn, ZEF Water Pollution and Health Initiative Context: This interdisciplinary study analyses towns facing large-scale transformation due to rapid economic growth (e.g. through tourism) against […]

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