Ayang Trust

Ayang Trust

empower and skill women to live a life of prosperity with diversified livelihood sources and minimal risk during a disaster


Ayang Trust will work with women farmers of Majuli to secure land rights and strengthen their land-based livelihoods by building women producers’ organizations with strong market linkages and high-quality production capacity. Their work will include: Assisting with filing land rights applications through women land leaders; Integrating women land leaders as part of state rural livelihood mission (SRLM); Building 300 women producer groups.


Dharamjeet Kumar

Dharamjeet was born and brought up in a farmer’s family, where he has lived the difficulties of a small farmer’s family. He holds a Master's in Development studies from Azim Premji University.

Aswathy Nag

Aswathy is an engineering graduate from BITS Pilani and an MA graduate in Peace Education from, United Nations University for Peace.

Bipin Dhane

Bipin completed his B.Tech and M.Tech in Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture from IIT Kharagpur.


Sustainable Communities
Majuli, Assam
North India
Meri Mitti Challenge

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