Since 2001, Mayfereen Ryntathiang has been actively working on social transformation in the Meghalaya state in India. Her work principally focuses on the inequalities faced by local women.
After participating in the 4th edition of the International Program on Human Rights and Advocacy Strategies of the Global School of Leadership, she implemented the plan “A study on the empowerment to maintain the practice of herbal medicine by improving food security,” a project that she executed through a seed fund. The work positions and revalues the role and knowledge of women healers in one of the states in India with the greatest wealth in herbs and medicinal plants.
Read her work by clicking here: A study on the empowerment to maintain the practice of herbal medicine by improving food security