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Ankur Das | Assam | 2019

Ankur is a resident of Panbari village in Panbari Reserve Forest, Kaziranga. From 2016 to 2018, Ankur worked as a volunteer at Bhumi, a research-based wildlife organization working in Kaziranga National Park. During the fellowship he documented the human - elephant interaction in his own village.  Ankur is currently working as a freelance photographer and conservation and wildlife filmmaker. He enjoys writing poetry and stories in Assamese.
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Chonglise Sangtam | Nagaland | 2019

Chonglise (popularly known as Chonglee at Green Hub)  is a Sangtam from Tuensang District of Nagaland. He worked with  Better Life Foundation from 2014-2017 on community livelihood programs such as SHGs, apple orchards etc. In 2012, Chonglise spent a year in Japan attending the Asian Rural Leaders Training. During the Fellowship, Chonglise spent time in Changlangshu Village in Mon district of Nagaland, documenting the log drum festival which spans over 2 months. This also a pilot forest project site for Green Hub, being led by Wanmai Konyak from the first batch, and from the village. Chonglise dreams of working on his land and making it into a sustainable organic farm.