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Damodar Sahariya hails from a backward tribe in the district of Jhansi. With an annual income in between Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 15,000 from non-timber forest produce, he barely managed to provide members of his family of two, with a meal per day. Hartika provided Sahariya with saplings of fruits and vegetables, along with bio-pesticides, bio-fertilizers, fencing plants, intercropping plants among other materials to aid him in the farming process. The organization also has taken care of the cost of tiling Sahariya's land. Owing to assistance from Hartika, Sahariya was able to increase his annual income to INR 35,000 and send his children to school.


About The Program

The 'Horticulture Wadi Development Program' initiated by Hartika, works with farmers living in extreme conditions of poverty, illiteracy, and disease in the Bijawar and Bakswaha districts in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The program provides seeds, saplings, fertilizers, pesticides and other such agricultural products to assist the farmers in the farming process. By doing so, Hartika ensures the farmers have a viable source of income and livelihood to support their respective families. The seeds, saplings and other supplies are bought in bulk by the organization and are handed out to the said farmers between the months of March and October.


About The NGO

Haritika, as the name suggests, is a Trust that was formed for bringing about a green revolution in the water-scarce regions of Bundelkhand. By tapping into various water sources, they have proactively worked on sustainable projects relating to water harvesting and management, crop optimization, soil conservation and afforestation. This initiative has complemented their focus on child education, women empowerment, health, environment and the socio-economic upliftment of the poor, in the communities, they work in. Their diligent efforts on more than 20 projects with support from national and international partners have resulted in the assured water supply to 42,000 people for domestic requirements and irrigation to a land of 13,000 hectares. These accomplishments resulted in an increase in the number of girl students attending schools and a considerable decrease in the number of cases of genito-urinary infections among other ailments. With other projects on natural resources' management; water and sanitation; health and livelihood opportunities - members of Haritika aim at a just, enlightened, healthy and democratic Bundelkhand, free of hunger, poverty, environmental degradation and all forms of exploitation irrespective of age, sex, religion, and ethnicity.


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Haritika

Haritika

Beneficiary Charity

Rohit Nair

Rohit Nair

Organiser

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