Post-1971, Bangladesh embarked on an inclusive development strategy involving various non-government stakeholders, religious bodies and aid donors to promote women-centric development programmes; it is now reaping the rewards
I was fortunate enough to 'discover' PRADAN after almost a year of searching for the right cause and organization in the development sector that would appeal to my heart and head. PRADAN works with remote, rural communities in Central and Eastern India, helping them come out of intergenerational poverty and realize a better future and lives for themselves.
Nimisha Mittal recently interviewed Madhu Khetan to explore Madhu’s experiences, achievements, and insights based on her three decades-long experience as a development practitioner with PRADAN. Excerpts from this interview.