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Jeevani - The Incubated Project

INJUSTICE

Loss of Livelihood of Fishing Community of Anjutheng, Costal Area of Thiruvananthapuram


WHO & HOW

  • Food Security

  • Debt

  • Domestic Violence

  • Education of Children

  • Sustainable Future

  • Poverty

WHY

Every one is responsible for this cause; government and authorities, economic structure etc


ROOT CAUSES

  • BIG BOATS – FISHING USING SENSORS – RESOURCE EXPLOITATION

  • DECREASE IN KEROSENE PERMIT

  • UNSCIENTIFIC HARBOUR AND SEA WALL CONSTRUCTION - THREAT TO LIFE OF FISHERMEN

  • CLIMATE CHANGE – CYCLONES – ERRORS IN EARLY WARNING SYSTEM


COMPASSIONATE INSIGHT

To overcome the injustice of loss of livelihood we will address the unsustainable fishing practice using sensors and big boats by demanding for a strict implementation of rules regarding this unscientific practice and by creating awareness among the young generation about the importance of sustainable fishing practice & also by proposing alternative livelihood methods like agriculture.


GOALS

  • ALTERNATIVE LIVELIHOOD METHOD

  • WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

  • FOOD SECURITY

  • SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

  • FINANCIAL STABILITY

KEY STEPS

  • PREPARING COMMUNITY FOR A NEW VENTURE

  • SUPPORT FROM KRISHIBHAVAN

  • STARTING ORGANIC FARMING AS A LIVELIHOOD METHOD IN 10 FAMILIES AS AN INITIAL STEP

  • EXTENDING THE VENTURE TO MORE FAMILIES

 

NAME OF TEAM: Jeevani

TEAM MEMBERS: Brijith Maria Thomas & Akshara Sobhanan

 

The Incubated Project through The Social Hackathon 1.0



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