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Tribal women’s lives changed with food processing initiative
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Jul 15 2018

‘Ghoomar’, a self-help group comprising of Garasiya tribal women, have decided to take it upon themselves to contribute to their family income by processing the local fruits found in the wild and selling the pulp to frozen food vendors across the country. Around 150 women have claiemd their lives changed drastically after this.

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