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Barefoot College - India For centuries, in villages around the world, people have lived sustainably. They have taken only what they needed from the earth. Modernization has often taken us on a less sustainable path. Traditional ways of living have rarely been married wisely with modem, appropriate technology. People everywhere are now exploring new ways of working, which will rebuild a sense of community and greater self-reliance. The Barefoot College, which began in 1972, is situated in the semi-arid state of Rajasthan, India. It is a leader in sustainable, community development. The College has trained barefoot teachers, doctors, solar engineers, hand pump mechanics, designers, chemists, communicators and accountants. It has created a non-formal education process for children and adults which assists students to develop a sustainable community. Their barefoot process has radiated to surrounding villages and taken root in thirteen Indian States. The College has influenced local, state and national policies regarding education and development. The Barefoot College process is applicable wherever there is a need to build self-esteem and self-reliance - virtually everywhere. Sustainable water management, energy use, deforestation, escalating poverty, unemployment and reduced health care are not concerns which are restricted to India or the South. The Barefoot College holds many lessons for all.