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Sustainable Livelihoods

Enhancing livelihoods

Our social impact projects focus on providing access to sustainable livelihood opportunities for the vulnerable people in the local communities.


Sustainable Livelihoods


Rural India faces a slew of socio-economic issues which affect their progress and quality of life. Apart from the problem of illiteracy and poor health, there is also lack of gainful employment. Though rural India is predominantly engaged in agriculture, the youth seek non-agriculture related opportunities. Lack of education and skills have proved to be an impediment in seeking these opportunities. Thus, activities are carried out to support both agricultural needs such as improved productivity and crops, vocational skills for youths as well as supporting Animal Husbandry. The activities are aligned to SDG 1 of ‘No Poverty’, SDG 2 of ‘Zero Hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture’, and SDG 8 of ‘decent work and economic growth’.


At the skill development centers at Baikunth ,Hirmi, Sambhupura, Kharia Khangar, Khor, Rawan, Awarpur, Dalla, Tadipatri, Kotputli, Sidhi, Maihar, Kovaya, Baga    and Malkhed, youngsters received training of electrical repair, photography, videography, motor driving, food processing, sewing and dressmaking. A training course on basic tailoring was imparted to women at Tadipatri, Hirmi, Reddipalyam, Khor, Kotputli, Maihar, Malkhed, Arakkonam and Rawan. More than 11367 trainees have been imparted the training so far in the above disciplines in the previous year.


At Hirmi, Khor, Sambhupura, Malkhed, Awarpur, Jafrabad, Kovaya and Ratnagiri 5523 farmers have been trained in the latest agricultural techniques of grafting, soil health, crop protection and post harvesting techniques. This was done in collaboration with the local agricultural technology management centers. Exposure visits to Centers of Agricultural Technology were organized for 649 farmer club members.


We immunized 55,211 animals at animal husbandry and other veterinary camps at all our units. 27,900 cattle owners have been the beneficiaries. The Navjeevan Gaushala at Kharia Khangar and Shree Raghunathji Dharamshala at Kotputli houses 1075 cows and oxen.


The fodder support programme at Sewagram, Kovaya, Hirmi, Jaffrabad and Khor supplies abundant nutrition to milch cattle across 32 villages.


Self Help Groups and Income Generation

Our 840 self-help groups empower 8000 women financially and socially.


The Kagina Industrial Training Institute at Malkhed and JC Industrial Training Institute at Sidhi are centers of excellence and self-reliance. 1285 students who have been trained here, now have well placed jobs.