The next crop of landowners

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Mar 08
Parvinder Singh

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At the time this piece was written, Mr. Singh was the India Communications Manager for Landesa India based in Delhi.


  1. […] month, 150 women – divorced, widowed, or single mothers, and all heads of their household – were approved […]

  2. Norman Campbell
    March 27, 2012 at 1:26 AM · Reply

    I’m very happy and delighted for these ladies in hoping of getting a secured platform on which they all can build a more secured economic future for their children and grandchildren and themselves. I wish them all the God of heaven and earth richest blessing.
    Your true friend, Norman, from Jamaica

  3. Landesa
    April 3, 2012 at 9:57 PM · Reply

    Thank you for your comment

    • Kieran :D
      June 18, 2012 at 4:49 AM · Reply

      Anytime ;D

  4. […] in fact, many social entrepreneurs are directly and indirectly supporting the rule of law. Landesa, for example, a new addition to the Skoll Foundation portfolio, works with governments in 40 […]

  5. […] shows, not surprisingly, that these stubbornly intractable malnutrition rates have a common link: women’s ability to access and control resources. Now, thanks to the efforts of organizations like Landesa, all across India national and state […]

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