Leaving no one behind in addressing the problem of chronic food insecurity and undernutrition is the motto of REALISE programme in social inclusion. In every community, certain groups—female, youth, minority, indigenous, elderly people- confront barriers that prevent them from fully participating in their local political, economic, and social life. These groups are excluded through varying practices ranging from stereotypes, stigmas, and superstitions based on gender, race, ethnicity, religion or disability status. Such practices can rob them of dignity, security, and the opportunity to lead a better life. REALISE programme embraces social inclusion as a key principle and works towards achieving social inclusion by proactively targeting the marginalized sections of society.
- Capacity development
- Scalable youth employment
- Improving labour and land productivity
- Promoting access to scale and risk neutral technologies