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The Deccan Development Society (DDS) congratulated four “extraordinary ordinary women” from the Zaheerabad region on International Women’s Day.

DDS Director PV Satheesh explained that the four women – Anithamma, Kasturamma, Sarala and Mogulamma – led a simple life and turned obstacles on their way into opportunities for progress and independence.

On the subject of “Women in Leadership Positions: Achieving an Equal Future in a COVID-19 World,” DDS Co-Director Jayasri said that while the coronavirus has tied the whole world, especially cities and the world of corporate food, in had little impact on the villages. Thanks to decades of self-sufficiency and traditional practices to save seeds, food and organic food.

“Not only that, you sent a strong message by donating excess grain to migrant workers and single women during the corona crisis. This reflects the food security you have promoted for the communities. In 2023, which will be declared the International Millet Year, it is time for all of us to push it forward and standardize it, ”said Jayasri.

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