Sustainable agriculture and equality in Andhra Pradesh

Efficient agricultural techniques to improve the area's economy.

Promoting the social and economic development of rural communities in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India, by implementing efficient, sustainable agricultural techniques and improving equality between castes and gender

Social and Economic Development Programme 2013

  • GOALS

    • Socio-economic improvement of the most vulnerable communities in three districts of Rajasthan.

    • Improvement of sustainable agricultural systems, agricultural practices, nutritional improvement, access to employment and credit.

    • Support for households to demand and ensure their rights.

  • HOW WE HELP

    • We provide training for the people in the community and its organisations.

    • We train and give workshops and courses.

    • We carry out agricultural demonstrations.

    • We set up information centres, spaces and skills development programmes.

    • We support the micro-planning process.

  • NGDO

  • LOCAL PARTNER

  • WHO IT'S FOR

    Direct beneficiaries: 3,996 people from vulnerable communities in three districts of Rajasthan: small-scale farmers, from the lowest castes (dalits) and suffering from marginalisation, native population, families that do not own any land as well as immigrants.

     

    Indirect beneficiaries: 15,074 people.

  • DURATION

    36 months since July 2013.