Almost 60 percent of those who live below the Empowerment Line in India depend on an agricultural livelihood The problem is that agricultural productivity is very low — for example, India’s yield rates for rice and wheat is drastically lower than even BRIC's country counterparts.
Lack of access to Quality and Timely Inputs
Indiscriminate Use of Inputs
Lack of Irrigation Facility
Reliance on Mono-Cropping
Updated Agriculture Knowledge
Limited Loans Options
Infrastructure for Storage
Vulnerable to Climate Change
As an NGO for agricultural development we seek to increase agricultural productivity by nurturing farmers and organising them into groups to enhance their profitabilityâ€“striving for sustainable agriculture & rural livelihoods.
As part of our agriculture livelihood activities, we empower farmers with knowledge and encourage the formation of farmer producer groups to support one another, bargain collectively, facilitate bulk purchase of inputs and market their produce.