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The Development Aternatives Group is a non-profit organisation which aims to create sustainable livelihoods, sustainable technologies and sustainable social environments on a large scale in India. It does this through its three branches
(environmental systems, technological systems and institutional systems) working on a local, national regional and global level. Click here
for a list of the group's current programmes.
Practical Action (formerly known as The Intermediate Technology Development Group) is a non-governmental organisation that specialises in promoting the development and use of technologies which address the needs of poor communities in developing countries. Practical Action works directly in four regions of the developing world – Latin America, East Africa, Southern Africa and South Asia and focuses on the development of appropriate technologies in food production, agroprocessing, energy, transport, small enterprise development, shelter, small-scale mining and disaster mitigation.
Practical Action aims to alleviate poverty by improving access to technologies and knowledge in poor communities across Africa, Asia and Latin America. It works in collaboration with communities, and campaigns for change in policies and systems of innovation.
The website contains information on completed and existing projects, upcoming events, and blog posts discussing relevant issues. It also offers an extensive document library of position papers, manuals and reports.