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The emergence of fifth-generation mobile communication
networks (5G) is driving the adoption of the Internet of
Things (IoT) for various industrial, medical, and mili-
tary applications. However, the reliability and security of
data is fast becoming a key bottleneck for further IoT
growth. Fig. I(a) shows an overview of a typical smart
home/building system, where multiple IoT devices are con-
nected on trusted gateways, and initially-processed private
information is uploaded into a cloud database for further data
analytics and decision making. While the wireless communi-
cation links can be encrypted for security, each device’s data
is still vulnerable to physical side-channel attacks on the node
itself (e.g., using near-field probes or power supply moni-
tors). Fundamentally, this is due to the fact that encryption is
generally not energy-efficient enough for use in short-range
The resulting security vulnerabilities are unacceptable for
IoT devices in critical systems such as aircraft, military
facilities, and hospitals. These devices thus require effective
mechanisms to ensure the confidentiality, authenticity, and
purity of board- or chip-level wired data links. However,
these requirements pose challenges for traditional private- or
public-key cryptographic schemes, since IoT devices usually
have stringent requirements on memory, cost, and processing
power. The security of alternative encryption schemes suit-
able for recourse-constrained platforms highly depends on
the effective volume of keyspace. Traditionally, static entropy
is simply generated off-chip as security keys that are stored
in a nonvolatile manner. Such key storage is well known to be
vulnerable to a wide range of software and physical attacks,
such as noninvasive probing. Some
other high-fidelity encryption methods (such as e-wallets
for cryptocurrencies) provide up to 192 bit keyspace but at the cost of high power, memory, and increasing circuit
complexity, making them hard to implement on practical IoT
devices. Physically unclonable functions (PUFs) have been
extensively explored for generating static on-chip encryp-
tion keys using chip-specific random variation . Typically,
weak PUFs suffer stability issues while strong PUFs have a
low density of bits per unit area. Also, PUFs are not popu-
lar for communications due to i) the need for an expensive
enrollment (key sharing) phase before in-field operations ,
and ii) the fact that they are non-configurable due to using
a static entropy generation mechanism. Dynamic entropy
generation by random number generators (RNGs) , 
provides another fundamental primitive to generate on-the-
fly random bits (only available during power-on condition)
for the creation of fresh session keys. While RNG-based
digital encryption does provide sufficient data security, it has
significant on-chip power and data overhead.
Recently, chaos-based encryption has emerged as an attrac-
tive alternative to the methods mentioned above due to
the highly unpredictable and apparently random nature of
chaotic signals , . Chaotic systems are extremely sen-
sitive to changes in parameter values and initial condi-
tions, which can be used to produce a large number of
uncorrelated chaotic sequences for secure communications
–. A comprehensive survey of wireless chaos-based
communications systems can be found in . In chaos-based
communication systems with coherent detection, chaotic sig-
nals are required to synchronized at both transmitter and
receiver side in order to recover the transmitted data. Thus,
unlike the above-mentioned RNG-based digital encryption
methods, here we utilize the extreme parameter sensitivity
of chaotic systems as private encryption keys for data com-
munications. This approach also results in a simple enroll-
ment process: security keys are shared simply by using a pair of chaotic systems with the same set of parameters,
in which case generalized synchronization methods , 
can be applied to guarantee successful data decryption. The
effects of unavoidable parameter mismatches can also be
minimized using recently-proposed adaptive synchronization
methods , thus improving robustness. One reported draw-
back of this approach is that low-dimensional chaotic systems
are potentially broken using known-plaintext attacks .
Thus, high-dimensional and hyperchaotic systems are desir-
able for encryption
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Wood vinegar or wood acid or pyroligneous acid is a dark liquid, which is derived from charcoal. It is obtained by heating biomass in a closed container. The smoke generated during charcoal production is cooled into a liquid and then separated into bio-oil, tar, and wood vinegar. The dark liquid is a combination of nearly 80–90% water and over 200 organic compounds, such as acetic acid, esters, formic acid, ketones, methanol, and phenol.
Moreover, the increasing implementation of government initiatives regarding bio-based products will also ensure the large-scale adoption of wood vinegar for wastewater treatment, food, animal husbandry, wood tar, and agriculture applications. In the recent past, the agriculture sector has emerged as the largest consumer of wood vinegar due to the enormous use of bio-based fertilizers and pesticides to increase productivity. For instance, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India, has launched several programs in recent times to promote the use of biomass materials and bio-based products, such as wood vinegar.
The manufacturing segment of the wood vinegar market is categorized into slow paralysis, fast and intermediate pyrolysis, and others. Under this segment, the slow pyrolysis category is expected to account for the largest market share during the forecast period as slow pyrolysis provides a better yield of wood vinegar, char, and other products than other manufacturing processes. In comparison to other processes, slow pyrolysis exhibits a longer vapor resistance time and slower heating rate.
In recent years, wood vinegar producers, such as TAGROW CO. LTD., Nakashima Trading Co. Ltd., Ace (Singapore) Pte Ltd., Canada Renewable Bioenergy Corporation, Byron Biochar, and Nettenergy BV, have engaged in technological advancements to develop better and improved pyrolysis kiln methods to produce char, biochar, and wood vinegar. Additionally, the advanced pyrolysis methods help enhance the production process of wood vinegar and reduce the total manufacturing process. Further, the producers are also focusing on involving poverty-ridden people in wood vinegar production processes as the material is majorly produced in villages by using local resources and feedstock.
Geographically, the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region held the largest share in the wood vinegar market in 2015. This was on account of the presence of a vast base of end users and the existence of a large number of local producers in the region. Moreover, the surging need for clean water, owing to the booming population, will also create a huge requirement for wood vinegar in the coming years. For instance, the World Bank states that the population of India surged from 1.353 billion in 2018 to 1.366 billion in 2019.
Thus, the escalating need for treated water and surging government focus on using bio-based products will fuel the consumption of wood vinegar globally.
Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world and the most effective way to break out of the cycle of poverty. Yet, millions of children remain out-of-school in India. Before the COVID-19 crisis, 6 million children were out of school. When the pandemic struck, school closures impacted the education of 247 children enrolled in elementary and secondary schools. These children are not only deprived of their right to receive a quality education, but they lose their childhood by being pushed into child labour and early marriages.
The government, through the Right to Education Act, 2009, has been making its way in enrolling and retaining children in school, especially from the marginalized sector. However, any progress made had been hampered by the pandemic. While online education replaced regular classes, students from vulnerable communities without access to smartphones and the internet were left behind. Two years of school closures in India resulted in a huge learning gap.
The Power of NGOs
Whenever there is a major imbalance, NGOs exist to balance the see-saw in times of crises. NGOs like Oxfam India play a significant role in ensuring that every child, especially those from vulnerable communities, receive the opportunity to build a better future through education. Organisations such as Oxfam India, Save the Children, World Vision, UNICEF, Cry etc in India work at the grass-root level to strengthen the education system, spread awareness about the importance of education and enrol as many children as possible so they can thrive in life.
Oxfam India is an NGO that works in states such as Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand and Odisha to send the most vulnerable and underprivileged children back to school and empower them to break the cycle of poverty. As well as ensure that the education of children from such communities continues in the midst of the pandemic.
NGO works through contributions and you too can support an NGO and change a child's life forever. While supporting a cause, your donation is eligible up to 50% tax benefit under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act. When you donate to an NGO like Oxfam India, you help in the following ways:
NGOs work towards identifying the most vulnerable children in the poorest states of India. Due to unaccessibility and poverty and in times of humanitarian crisis - children miss out on school. Oxfam India helps enrol children in school under the Right to Education Act (RTE), and ensure that children who have dropped out of school as a result of the pandemic, are re-enrolled in school. As of September 2022, 1081 children have been re-enrolled in school as schools across the country start to re-open.
Awareness and Counselling
Through workshops and various activities, awareness is generated amongst parents and local communities about the importance of education. Oxfam India also conducts regular counselling sessions to encourage parents to send their children especially girls to school and help them participate in various activities