Sowing SEEDS of a better tomorrow - NGO offers farming tips, technical aid to Sabars & Birhors

The forestland in Joblakocha that was cleared for cultivation. Telegraph picture Jamshedpur, Sept. 4: Sabars and Birhors, who would hunt and make ropes for a living, have now taken to agriculture. With the help of an NGO, Socio Economic and Education Development Society (SEEDS), Sabar and Birhor tribes in Joblakocha and Tumangkocha villages at Mosabani in East Singhbhum district have started growing plants within an area of 7 hectares.