Stories about lives that have changed for the better touched by Trusts' programmes and opinions about its philanthropic approach to uplift deprived communities.
Respect in the community and the means to support her family have been added rewards for Pooni Bai when she trained as a pashu sakhi to handle medical needs of animals
Nirmalaben Bariya and her husband, Sureshbhai Bariya, ‘lakhpati kisans’ in Goriya, Gujarat, are now motivational leaders who are inspiring their community to aspire for a better life
Govind and Raosaheb are among the many farmers who have benefitted from the de-silting activities undertaken in Kirtangali village of Maharashtra. The Trusts, through their concerted efforts, have helped the villagers secure water and follow sustainable farming practices in the area
Like many other farmers in Vidarbha, Gajanan and Subhash were also facing a financial crunch. Their economic conditions began improving after the Trusts intervened through the Sukhi Baliraja Initiative (SBI), and introduced them to sustainable agriculture practices
Support from the Trusts’ RGR Cell and Chinnaru Farmer Producer Company reduce cost of cultivation and improve profits for Karunanithi and Sakthi
Things began improving for Chhawnkima, a farmer in Mizoram, when he learnt about a new planting system. Receiving support from experts changed the fate of his declining business in no time
The illustrious story of Marotrao Thak has inspired many villagers to be a part of the dairy programme initiated by the Trusts’ Sukhi Baliraja Initiative in Yavatmal district of Maharashtra
Virabha and his fellow farmers in Gujarat now lead a life they hardly imagined before. The simple act of desilting their village pond has benefitted them in many ways
Farmers in Odisha significantly increase their jaggery production — thanks to improved farming practices!
Farmers in Punjab are increasingly adopting a scientific approach to cultivate crops that benefit them and the community at large
Kamlesh explored different avenues before becoming a paravet. His service to the community is benefitting the entire ecosystem
Kuwanri Hassa and her husband in Janumpiri, Jharkhand, are ‘Lakhpati Kisans’ who are inspiring other farmers to adopt scientific agricultural and lac cultivation practices to reap increased profits
The Trusts’ initiatives for the overall development of Jagannadhapuram have empowered the rural community and enabled them to strive for growth
By training people to follow a systematic approach towards fishery, the Trusts’ efforts to promote the vocation is yielding great results in Assam
When tough times last for long, innovation helps find a solution. Farmers in drought-ridden villages of Gujarat revive their livelihood by innovative practices
Farmers in Terai in Eastern Uttar Pradesh secure additional income by cultivating onion as a cash crop
Micro-dairies that churn milk and milk products for Uttarakhand tourists support over 600 local families
Tata Trusts’ ‘Lakhpati Kisan: Smart Villages’ programme has touched nearly 96,000 tribal households of the Central Indian belt. The focus is to implement best practices and enhance skills through community empowerment, leading to higher productivity and overall prosperity
Himmotthan, a Tata Trusts associate organisation, is helping women in Uttarakhand become entrepreneurs and transform their lives
In the drought-prone Sonambe village of Maharashtra, Tata Trusts’ intervention helped to substantially improve agricultural yield and farmers’ incomes. The initiative involved rejuvenating the old diversion-based irrigation system, introducing multi-cropping, and training farmers to use better agricultural practices.
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