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Ashwini Kulkarni

M.A. – Economics – University of Pune – 1988
B.A. – Natural Sciences and Engineering – 1986

Ms. Kulkarni is a member of the Pragati Abhiyan, a research organization with its main task to find workable solutions to the problem of rural poverty in India. Ms. Kulkarni has worked with NGOs for last 15 years on rural development issues. With VACHAN (development organization) she has working with the tribals of Nashik district with intervention programs in primary health, primary education, agriculture, livelihood and governance issues.

She’s been actively associated with Shramjeevi Sanghatana, a People’s Movement involved and a variety of issues affecting the rural poor, including land rights, wages for agricultural laborers, conditions of public health and education facilities, corruption in the disbursement of public services, struggle against discrimination and violence against women and other exploited groups.

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