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Redefining roles in gender & monetary decision making

Akansha Yadav (MADev05) narrates a tale of rural women in Jharkhand who take implementation into their own hand and make monetary decisions of a scale we can only imagine.

Annual District Level Meeting (Mahadiveshan). Credit: Akansha Yadav
Annual District Level Meeting (Mahadiveshan). Credit: Akansha Yadav

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