TAAL has implemented Building Capacities of Small Inland Fishers for Climate Resilience and Livelihood Security, Madhya Pradesh approved by United Nations Adaptation Fund Board in 60 Gram Panchayats of Dhar, Jhabua and Alirajpur. TAAL worked for small scale fisheries in a total pond area of 248 hectares directly impacting 689 households. Climate adaptive practices have been developed for increase in water retention capacity of ponds, capacity development of fishers group in managing multi layered fisheries, and creating institutional linkages of tribal fishers as they move from their traditional practice of fish hunting towards fish culture.
The enactment of the 73rd and 74th constitution amendment allows people to access the institutions of local governance in urban and rural areas.
TAAL seeks to create an enabling environment for communities by linking them to their context, so that they are able to explore holistic (rather than isolated) solutions to meet development challenges by leveraging knowledge. This also supports building synergy and convergence in stakeholders and interventions. It strengthens capacities.