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Millet Network of India (MINI) has emerged as a continuation of DDS’s relentless efforts in promoting millets over the last 25 years in the Zaheerabad region of Telangana. Having reached significant milestones in community action for revival of millet based farming and food systems placing control over food, seeds, markets and natural resources in to the hands of the poor - especially the women who are from multiple marginalization...
Millets are tradtional grains, grown and eaten in the Indian subcontinent for at least the past 5000 years.
A two-day national convention of Millet Network of India was held at New Delhi on November 29 and 30. On this occasion All India Network of Millet Sisters was launched and Delhi Declaration was released in which the lack of interest being shown by the State Governments in promoting millets was pointed out.