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Combating Climate Change

From 2018-20, we trained 28,100 people in natural farming techniques, 25% of whom were women. In this period, 66,700 acres have been converted to climate-change resilient agriculture.

From 2018-20, impact from our natural farming practices translated to the equivalent of CO2 sequestration by 165,000 trees from the environment.


Our Climate Action Champions: In 2018, when village Bhoisamudraga in Latur, Maharashtra, reeled under drought, farmer Mangala Pandge’s drought-resistant agriculture fetched her a yield of Rs 360,000 from the sale of oranges with input costs of just Rs 5,000 and within a period of 7 months.

A year earlier, when village Hussainpuram in Kurnool district in Andhra Pradesh was declared a drought village by the Government of Andhra Pradesh, farmer Bhadrappa, was able to harvest his crop earning Rs 100,000 for his yield of cotton on a one-acre farm.

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