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BTC, Bharat Rural Livelihoods Foundation ink on transforming lives of tribes in Bodoland

The “Transforming the Lives of Bodoland Tribes” project aims to transform the socio-economic condition of 40000 households belonging to tribal and the Adivasi communities

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Guwahati:  Bharat Rural Livelihoods Foundation and Bodoland Territorial Council signed an agreement to implement a high-impact project on transforming the lives of Bodoland tribes to improve the socio-economic condition of the tribes and the Adivasis of Bodoland region and contribute to their sustainable development.

The MoU between BTC and BRLF was signed on June 30, 2022, Anurag Goel, IAS, Principal Secretary, BTR Government, and Pramathesh Ambasta, CEO, BRLF, in the presence of Pramod Boro, Chief Executive Member.

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The “Transforming the Lives of Bodoland Tribes” project aims to transform the socio-economic condition of 40000 households belonging to tribal and the Adivasi communities in two blocks of Baksa and another two blocks of Udalguri over a period of four years.

The project will also focus on enhancing the education levels of ST children through improved retention levels in education institutions and quality learning, improving the governance of local institutions, and increased capacities of community institutions for better community participation and engagement in the development process and development of capacities of local human resources.

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