Building Sustainable Livelihood on Tsunami Affected Great Nicobar Island was started in 2009 and finished in 2012. The project had been undertaken to generate sustainable livelihood opportunities through capacity building and empowerment of the rural households in the Great Nicobar Islands. The approach adopted by the project focused on building and working with the people's and the regions’ existing strengths and resources. The approach was to inform, enable, initiate and empower appropriate choices for long-term well-being. The project, since the date of its inception, has involved all sections of the society across class, gender and other divides.
Supported by: Big Lottery Fund, UK
Project Partners: LEAD India, LEAD International and The Covenant Center for Development (CCD)
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