External Publications

Empowerment
  • Makhija, A. (2018). SDG-5 Achieve Gender Equality and Empower All Women and Girls, Sustainable Development Goals and Panchayats. (pp114-134).
  • Grover, A., Murada, P. (2017). Speak up, Don’t be shy: Reflections from community radio’s work on gender issues, The Journal of Development Communication, (pp 64-74).
  • Murada, P. and Grover, A. (2016). Engaging the Excluded: From the Lens of Community Radio Alfaz-e-Mewat. Future Directions in Bridging the Digital Divide.(pp153-162).
  • Godyal, A and Makhija, A. (2015). Access to Health and Education for Women in Rural Mewat, Haryana. Empowerment of Rural Women in Developing Countries (pp. 215-223). New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd.
  • Schukoske, J. (2015).Harnessing the power of new ICTs for rural women in India – NGO Roles. Empowering Women in Developing Countries: ICT Applications and Benefits edited by Legoh, F.and Kapur, S.(pp 120-137).
  • Murada, P. and Grover, A. (2014; Vol 6, No.1). Women’s Voices: Engaging the Excluded. Review of Market Integration. (pp114-130).
  • Kapoor, S.(April-June 2015). Fuelling Feminine fire: An NGO’s efforts to empower the women of the backward Mewat region.Network.(pp2-4).
  • Sehgal Foundation- Empowering women to change rural India.(2015; vol II, issue II). CSR Mandate: Enabling Sustainability (pp41.43).
  • Kumar, P; Roperia, S and Gerendas, J. Capacity Building of Women Farmers Through Sustainable Agricultural Practices for Rural Prosperity. (2014). Bridging The Gap Between Increasing Knowledge And Decreasing Resources. (pp537). Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Makhija, A.and Godyal, A.¬†Empowering Rural Meo- Muslim Women in Mewat.Women Link (pp 36-42).New Delhi.
  • Makhija, A. and Srivastava, S. (2014). Mahila Gram Sabha: The Mewat Experience. Geography and You. (pp11-12).
  • Murada, P. (2009; Vol 1, Number 1). Working together to empower rural India: Institute of Rural Research and Development. Rajagiri Journal of Social Development. (pp75-90).