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FOOD SECURITY & ECOLOGY

Ensuring availability of food and clean water by promoting an enabling ecosystem. We form Organic Farmers Groups, consisting of 12-20 members and provide technical assistance in organic farming and marketing.

55553
Total area covered through Natural Resource Management
6992
Lifesaving irrigation created
4856
Land brought under organic farming
411
Green livelihood enterprises promoted
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Organic Farming & Agriculture Development

Making the drift to organic farming and moving away from synthetic fertilisers coupled with increased dependence on crop rotations, animal manures, green manures, off-farm wastes and biological pest control to maintain soil health.

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Green Livelihood Development

Foster the development of environment-friendly livelihoods such as organic farming, livestock rearing, horticulture.

Waste Management

Because the weakest groups in society are directly dependent on their environment for food, they are usually most affected by the damaged local environment. While the amount of domestic waste from the population is increasing, the composition of household waste has become very diverse in recent years. Today, only 40% of generated household waste is biodegradable, while 60% are non-biodegradable. In addition, most households do not recycle their waste and tend to dispose of all the materials together

To ensure a clean and healthy society, hand in hand India implements the waste management project. The project represents a model of multi-stakeholder cooperation in which NGOs, local governments and communities work together to bring about ecologically and economically sustainable waste management. The project aims for maximum waste recycling through composting, recycling and reuse and aims to minimize waste in landfills. Through this process, it also offers a permanent employment of people from socially and economically disadvantaged groups. The project also ensures that these practices are implemented in a sustainable way with the participation of the community. The long-term goal is thus to reduce the environmental impact.

Biogas Plants

Because the weakest groups in society are directly dependent on their environment for food, they are usually most affected by the damaged local environment. While the amount of domestic waste from the population is increasing, the composition of household waste has become very diverse in recent years. Today, only 40% of generated household waste is biodegradable, while 60% are non-biodegradable. In addition, most households do not recycle their waste and tend to dispose of all the materials together.

To ensure a clean and healthy society, hand in hand India implements the waste management project. The project represents a model of multi-stakeholder cooperation in which NGOs, local governments and communities work together to bring about ecologically and economically sustainable waste management. The project aims for maximum waste recycling through composting, recycling and reuse and aims to minimize waste in landfills. Through this process, it also offers a permanent employment of people from socially and economically disadvantaged groups. The project also ensures that these practices are implemented in a sustainable way with the participation of the community. The long-term goal is thus to reduce the environmental impact

Toilets & Hygiene

Because the weakest groups in society are directly dependent on their environment for food, they are usually most affected by the damaged local environment. While the amount of domestic waste from the population is increasing, the composition of household waste has become very diverse in recent years. Today, only 40% of generated household waste is biodegradable, while 60% are non-biodegradable. In addition, most households do not recycle their waste and tend to dispose of all the materials together.

To ensure a clean and healthy society, hand in hand India implements the waste management project. The project represents a model of multi-stakeholder cooperation in which NGOs, local governments and communities work together to bring about ecologically and economically sustainable waste management. The project aims for maximum waste recycling through composting, recycling and reuse and aims to minimize waste in landfills. Through this process, it also offers a permanent employment of people from socially and economically disadvantaged groups. The project also ensures that these practices are implemented in a sustainable way with the participation of the community. The long-term goal is thus to reduce the environmental impact

Recreating Hope in Agriculture

In Nammiyampettu, the hilly regions of Vellore district, live a little over 23 farming families. Nammiyampettu is known for scanty rains and a rocky terrain that doesn’t retain water. The only crops that used to grow here were millet that provides just enough for the families to get by. With such a formidable environment as home ground, these families turned nomadic migrant labourers. When we, along with our partner organisations, brought in watershed measures, the Nammiyampettu community heaved a sigh of relief. With check dams and storage bunds, harvesting rainwater for the year became easier, multi-cropping of more profitable crops came in benefitting these farmers.




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